HUMBLE, Texas — Shannon Kay LeMasters was born on Feb. 15, 1970 in Hugoton, Kan. to Kenneth and Betty LeMasters and sisters Shyrl (“Sherry”) and Sharon (“Sis”).
Shannon attended Hugoton schools and graduated from Hugoton High School in 1989 where she was an active member on the gymnastics team. She then attended Panhandle State University graduating in 1994 with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.
Following college graduation, Shannon began a career in financial asset management with a focus on corporate retirement plans in Garden City, Kan., and later in Great Bend, Kan. and Houston, Texas. At the time of her passing, she was Vice President of Client Relationships at BOK Financial Asset Management in Houston. She was passionate about her profession and achieved the QPA and QKA designations in that industry.
Shannon married Charles Leslie (“Les”) Greenstreet in January 1996 in Great Bend, Kan. where they lived until 2004 when they moved to the Houston area. Shannon and Les resided in Humble, Texas, a suburb of Houston, for the past 12 years.
Shannon was an avid sports fan including her love of the Houston Astros, Texans and Rockets, as well as her fantasy football league. She also loved her lop-eared rabbits since having a French Lop during her childhood. She continued raising them as pets to this day, including her current Holland Lop “Bruin”. Shannon also loved to travel and explore new places. She said her favorite day in her life, besides her wedding day, was snorkeling at the Great Barrier Reef in Australia.
Shannon passed away suddenly while she was working out in a park with her trainer in Humble, Texas on May 31, 2018.
She was preceded in death by her mother, father and sister Sherry. She leaves to cherish her memory her husband Charles Leslie Greenstreet of Humble, Texas; her sister Sharon Karol of Dallas, Texas; her brother-in-law Dennis Leighty of Ulysses, Kan.; her nieces Shonda Walker of Baraboo, Wisc. and Heather Ochoa of Newton, Kan.; her special cousin LeAnn Daugherty of Edmond, Okla.; and a host of other relatives, friends and co-workers.
Great Bend (Kan.) Tribune, June 19, 2018