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JACKSON, Mo. -- Sharon Tate, 54, of Lexington, Tenn., formerly of Jackson, Mo., died Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2002, in Lexington.
She was born in Jackson, daughter of John and Minnie Schloss McFerron.
She was a teacher's aide at Lexington and a member of the St. Paul Lutheran Church of Jackson. She was a graduate of Jackson High School.
She and Joe Tate Jr. were married Nov. 23, 1968, at Jackson.
Survivors include her husband; a son, Brad Tate of Memphis, Tenn.; a daughter, Kimberly Wood of Lexington, Tenn.; sisters, Virginia Meyr and Carolyn Myer, both of Jackson; and one grandson.
Services were held Thursday at Reeds Chapel in Lexington, with the Rev. Roland Pack officiating. Burial was in Jones Cemetery in Wildersville, Tenn.
This announcement courtesy of McCombs Funeral Home at Jackson.