Sharon Shipley: Body found at Lake Kirby in Abilene, Texas

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Sharon Shipley is the mother of two West Texas Soccer players were found dead at Lake Kirby in Abilene, Texas.

According to San Angelo Live, Shipley is the mother of “two prominent West Texas football players, Jordan and Jaxon Shipley.”

Her husband, Bob Shipley, confirmed her death on Twitter, write,

Thank you so much for your thoughts and prayers. We lost Sharon yesterday and are deeply saddened but know she is in the arms of her Lord. For those of you asking, here is the arrangement:
Celebration of life
Saturday 1/15 2pm
Beltway Park North Campus
2850 National Highway 351
Abilene, Tx

On Twitter, he describes himself as, “Shipley Ranches * Ranch Real Estate Former college/college football coach * We are not born winners or losers. We are natural choosers. ”

Here’s what you need to know:


1. Shipley checked herself out of the treatment center, reports say

San Angelo Live reported, according to the Taylor County Sheriff’s Department, that on January 10, 2022, Sharon Shipley, 55, “voluntarily examined herself upon leaving a treatment center in Abilene. At 3 p.m., Sharon was reported missing.”

Her body was found in Kirby Lake West. The cause of death is unclear, according to that website.

Heavy has contacted the Taylor County Sheriff’s Department in Texas for more information.


2. Friends remember Shipley as sweet, with ‘beautiful heart’

Everyone has written dedication on Abilene Christian High School Alumni page Comment topic. Here are some of them:

“I am heartbroken to hear this news about precious Sharon. She is a wonderful person with a beautiful heart. I know she is rejoicing in the arms of Jesus, but she will be missed in this world! Special prayers for her family during this time, and in the weeks and months to come. May you be comforted by her love that lives in each of you.❤️🙏”

“I am very sad to hear this. Sharon is very sweet and… she has a beautiful heart. We are all fortunate to have known her. May God comfort her family during this extremely difficult time.”

“What a horrible tragedy for this sweet family. Sharon loves her family and especially her older kids. Please pray for her four children in the days, weeks and months ahead. Simply gone too soon. ”


3. Shipley’s Sons Plays for the University of Texas Soccer Team

Jordan and Jaxon Shipley are two standout players from the University of Texas.

The University of Texas website says Jaxon Shipley is “a player with a 4-year track record of playing in 48 games in his career, including 35 starts… 218 tackles in his career rank third in UT history and 2,510 ball receipts in his career. career is number 6…”

TexasSports.com gives This bio for Jaxon Shipley:

His brother, Jordan, is an all-American recipient and finalist for the Biletnikoff Prize in Texas (2006-09), setting the school record in career receptions… uncle, Stephen Shipley, plays wide receiver at TCU (1989-1992)… father, Bob, was roommates with former Longhorns Colt and Case McCoy’s father, Brad, at Abilene Christian and played football… father coached Jaxon at both Coppell and Brownwood HS.. Father was also a football analyst in Texas player personnel during the 2013 season and is now head coach/sporting director at Belton High… majoring in physical culture and athletics. middle coach… five-time member of the 12 Major Trustees Honor Roll (fall 2012; spring 2013; fall 2013; spring 2014; fall 2014)… named to the 2015 NFF Hampshire Honor Society (players from all divisions maintain a 3.2 or higher cumulative GPA throughout their careers).

Website says by Jordan Shipley: “Six-year recording artist ended his career in Texas[apos] all-time in number of receptions (248) and second in yards (3,191) and TDs (33)… ”This site gives Jordan this personal information:

Born in Temple, Texas… graduated in December [apos]08 with a degree in kinesiology and started working towards a master’s degree[apos]s in kinesiology… a four-time member of UT[apos]s Director of Athletics[apos]s Honor Roll… works in UT[apos]…’s community service program has appeared many times at churches and schools… as part of a group of Longhorns that regularly visit patients at Dell Children[apos]s Medical Center… participated in the visit of the Boys & Girls Club to UT[apos]football base of … father, Bob and grandfather, Richard Felts, both played at Abilene Christian… uncle, Steven, was the second top receiver in TCU history… father was a friend room with Longhorns QB Colt McCoy[apos]Brad’s father, at Abilene Christian… Bob coached Jordan at Rotan and Burnet HS before moving on to head coach at Coppell and now Brownwood HS… an honors student with a 3.96 GPA… volunteered time talking to elementary school students as a prep…loves to hunt and fish…plays guitar and has written and recorded his own music.


4. Sharon wrote about her family on Twitter

Sharon’s most recent tweet came in August 2020, when she wrote, “Happy Anniversary Bob! We have shared many memories throughout the years. I love you more with each passing day and I hope you know how much you are loved and especially by me! @RobertShipley2. ”

Her profile picture is an image that says “Never trust your tongue when your heart is bitter.”

She wrote about her happiness with her grandchildren and quote Bible Verse.

She suggested when times get tough, writing in 2019, “It’s not your responsibility to keep everyone around you active. Sometimes you have to let them go through their troubles on their own with no rescue to help them grow. It feels cruel if you get used to the trigger.”


5. Shipley was last seen at Lake Kirby

According to MyFoxZone, Shipley is the final scene in Lake Kirby. Her body was discovered by the game administrators.

According to Texas.gov, Lake Kirby is located “to the south of Abilene, just east of US 83.”

The surface area is 740 acres, and the maximum depth is 16 feet.

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