I have the honor of paying tribute to Sharon Carver. Sharon Carver, 38, had worked for several years as an Army civilian and was working toward a master's degree in accounting from Strayer University. Sharon S. Carver was only days back from an annual family vacation at Disney World and settling into her routine as an accountant for the Army when a hijacked plane crashed into her Pentagon office Tuesday morning."She went to Florida and had fun with the whole family," her nephew, Sean Carver said.
Carver cherished her family, her nephew said. She spent her final vacation with five of her siblings. She lived with a brother and a sister in her Waldorf home. And though she wasn't married and had no children, she treated her nieces and nephews as if they were her own."She was a good person who took care of her family and her nieces and nephews," Sean Carver said.
Its another year. I really miss my aunt Sharon. I will not never be the same person I was before she passed. My mind do not function and think the same about life no more.
~ Sean Carver, White Plains, Maryland August 31, 2010
Sharon god bless you
Posted by: nicole September 14, 2008 8:05 PM
September 08, 2008
My heart still hurts every time I think about Sharon. She was a very sweet person and just like family to me. The Carver family are very nice people and Sharon will always be loved and missed.
~ Princechell Davis Johnson, Camp Springs, Maryland
September 11, 2008
Sharon was a wonderful, and beautiful person, not to mention the warm spirit. Sharon & I graduated from Anacostia - Class of "82". She always had a smile on her face and a kind word for all. She will truly be missed.
~ Denise Crosby-Jordan, Mitchellville, Maryland
September 09, 2008
Miss you Sharon. You will never be forgotten.
~ Michael Richardson, Washington, District of Columbia