Laura Jane (McKinney) Hamilton left this earthly realm on January 28th, 2022. After intense and long standing bouts with her health, she is finally free of the pain she was forced to bear every day.
She is survived by her mother Doris (McKinney) Sharp, father Robert Lyons McCorkle, son Daniel Ray Hamilton II, grandson Daniel Ray (Angel) Hamilton III, brothers Edward O. Sharp III, Robert L. McCorkle, William H. McCorkle, and sisters, Crissy L. (Sharp) Ward, Sarah A. McCorkle, Amanda L. McCorkle. She is also survived by her nieces and nephews, Kaycee Lee Sharp, Shawn (Bright Eyes) Sharp, Kiya (Princess) Sharp, Dameon (Jackie Chan) Sharp. All that she loved deeply.
Sadly, some of the people most precious to her were lost just shortly after her passing. Her husband, Daniel Ray Hamilton Sr. and adopted son, Charles (Chaz) Holmes passed away shortly after Laura’s departure.
Laura is preceded in death by her maternal grandparents, Kathleen (Sadler) McKinney and William F. McKinney, her paternal grandparents. Robert McCorkle and Ethel McCorkle her paternal grandparents, and brother Shawn Allen Sharp and stepfather Edward O. Sharp Jr.
Lest we not forget the ones that knew her daily, that helped her survive each day, her loving pets. Laura always said she loved her animals and critters more than people. She is survived by her faithful companion and sidekick Demon, her beautiful pup, and her frisky and spoiled cat Mocha. They are the best familiars any woman could ask for, and we can thank them for helping her hold on as long as she could. They were her babies, her soul partners, and they do miss her greatly.
Laura was a loving caring person that very few were lucky to know. She would tell it like it is and never sugar coated anything. That was the only way she knew how to be. She was far from perfect, but an amazing soul. Everyone she loved was her family… Her favorite saying was “Blood ain’t always family, and family ain’t always blood”. There was a method to her madness that we all loved so much.
She never truly knew how special she truly was. She was the best wife she could be…the best mother she could be… the best sister she could be…and the best friend she could be…Send FlowersPlant a Tree