Pvt. Roy T. Sharrer,
cook in Aero Service, Kelly Field, went overseas in March, 1918.
While in France was stationed at Ronoratin, Loir et Cher, until
armistice was signed. Received discharge February 27, 1919.
History of Texas World War Heroes - World War 1
Roy T. Sharrer
Oct 22, 1892 - July 26, 1975
Cook Air Service World War I
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Corley Funeral Home Chapel
for Roy T. Sharrer, 82, retired mechanic who died Saturday at his home on Rt. 1,
Corsicana. The Rev. Ronnie Daniels will officiate, assisted by Rev. Jim Ray.
Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery.
He was a lifelong resident of Corsicana.
Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Rosalie Brigance, Corsicana; two grandsons,
Jerry Brigance of Larue and Bobby Brigance of Dallas; two greatgrandsons,
Jerry Brigance Jr. and Roy Brigance of Larue; two brothers, Clyde Sharrer of
Corsicana and Ralph Sharrer of Kerens; and a sister whose name and current
address were unknown to survivors.
Pallbearers will include Tom Clements, Bob Loman, Milburn Chancy, Clark Dyess,
H. G. Henson and Leland Williams.