Sharon Todd-Saxton

Obituary of Sharon Kay Todd-Saxton

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Sharon Kay Todd-Saxton was born on June 26, 1948, in Marble, Arkansas to parents Grady and Viola Williams. She departed from this life at her home in Mead View, Arizona on June 21, 2024.


Sharon moved with her family to Sand Springs, Oklahoma in the early 1950s. She grew up in Sand Springs with her two sisters, Virginia and Carolyn. Sharon attended Sand Springs Schools and graduated from Charles Page High School in 1966. She loved to work and started a part time job part-time job at one of her family’s businesses, Water District 14, while still in High School.


After graduation, Sharon started working at her family’s other business, City Feed Store. In 1967, she married Harvey Bohannon Sr. in Sand Springs. This marriage was blessed with two sons, Harvey Bohannon Jr. and Steven Bohannon. Sharon and Harvey Sr’s marriage ended a few years later, and Sharon left her job at the Feed Store and started working Full-time at White’s Grocery Store. She later left the grocery store and started working at the City of Sand Springs, while continuing part-time at the Water District. She worked at the city until her retirement in 1994. Shortly after her retirement, she became the manager of Water District 14, continuing there until her final retirement in 2022. She had worked for Water District 14 for almost 60 years and was extremely proud of those years of service.


After her marriage to Harvey Sr. ended, Sharon met and married Lynn Todd. They were married until Lynn’s death in 2020. They made their home in Sapulpa, Oklahoma. During this time, they attended the First Church of the Nazarene in Sand Springs and later attended Central Church of the Nazarene. Sharon and Lynn spent many years traveling together. During this time, Sharon also began taking art lessons and became a very skilled oil painter. She loved oil painting and created many beautiful paintings. She and Lynn also loved organizing and attending Lynn’s ship reunions held with friends he had spent time with during his service in the Navy. Sharon had many pets over the years, but was especially close with three of her dogs, Duke, Zoey, and Allie. She loved playing with and spending time with her precious fur babies.


After Lynn’s death in 2020, she met and married Dave Saxton. Sharon had always loved the western states and shortly after their marriage, they moved to Mead View, Arizona. Sharon loved the Lord with all her heart and she and Dave loved to spend hours reading and studying scripture. She was very happy with her life in Arizona and was always excited to talk about the wildlife and sites she was experiencing. She had recently gotten a dog named Auggie. He was a joyous companion to her and was by her side when she went to be with the Lord and her family in her Heavenly Home.



Sharon loved to spend time with her family and made many loving memories over the years. Until we are all united in Heaven, these are the cherished moments that will carry her family through the upcoming days, months and years.


Sharon was preceded in death by her husband Lynn Todd. Her parents, Grady and Viola Williams, sister Virginia Williams, son Steven Bohannon, and grandson Hunter Bohannon.


She is survived by her husband Dave Saxton, son Harvey Bohannon Jr. and wife Jamie, sister Carolyn Ward and husband Rick, grandson Brandon Bohannon and wife Amber, granddaughter Melissa Sattre and husband Jeff, grandson Braden Byford and wife Britta, grandson Drake and wife Sydney, nieces Sarah Cardenas and husband Alfredo, Pamela Sawicki and husband Peter, nephew Jonathon Ward and wife Abby, and 12 beautiful great grandchildren.

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4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Tuesday, July 2, 2024
Green Hill Funeral Home
400 East Teel Road
Sapulpa, Oklahoma, United States

Funeral Service

1:00 pm
Wednesday, July 3, 2024
Green Hill Funeral Home
400 East Teel Road
Sapulpa, Oklahoma, United States

Final Resting Place

Woodland Cemetery
1200 North Cleveland
Sand Springs, Oklahoma, United States
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1948 - 2024

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