HUMBLE, Texas — Shannon Kay (LeMaster) Greenstreet died unexpectedly on May 31, 2018 at the age of 48 from heart arrhythmia in Humble, Texas.
Shannon was born in Hugoton Kan. on Feb. 15, 1970, to Kenneth and Betty (Heaton) LeMaster. As a youth, Shannon attended and found Christ at the United Methodist Church in Hugoton, Kan. Shannon attended and graduated from Hugoton High School. Shannon graduated from Garden City Community College located in Garden City, Kan. with an associate degree in business. She furthered her education by graduating from Panhandle State University in Goodwill Texas with a bachelor degree in business. After graduation, Shannon was employed by State Farm Insurance then CPI Qualified Plan Consultants in Great Bend, Kan. On Jan. 6, 1996, Shannon married her long time sweetheart Charles (Les) Greenstreet at the First Assembly of God church in Great Bend, Kan. The couple resided in Great Bend until moving to Sugar Land, Texas in 2006 then Humble, Texas in 2008, both of the Houston Texas area. Shannon continued her carrier in pension administration with Loren D. Stark, ABGB, and Bank of Oklahoma. She was currently employed with BOK Financial Asset Management as VP of Client Relationship Director. Shannon worked hard to achieve QPA and QKA designations recognized in the pension industry. Shannon’s impeccable character and diligent work ethics allowed her much success. Shannon enjoyed life by exploring new experiences, traveling, shopping, fitness training, and attending various sports venues. Shannon was fully engaged in life.
Shannon is survived by her spouse, Charles (Les) Greenstreet of Humble, Texas; sister, Sharron Karol of Dallas, Texas; cousin, Leann Daugherty of Edmond, Okla.; nieces and cousins. Shannon was predeceased by her grandmother, Fay (Heaton) Hagerman; father, Kenneth LeMaster; mother, Betty Lou (Heaton) LeMaster, all of Hugoton, Kan.; sister; Sherri Leighty of Ulysses, Kan.
Viewing and cremation services were provided by Ridgemont Mortuary in Houston, Texas. Ashes will later be returned to Hugoton, Kan.
Shannon made a positive impact. She was loved and was highly respected by family, friends, neighbors, and colleagues that were blessed to know her. She will be greatly missed and live on in the hearts of many.
Great Bend (Kan.) Tribune, Aug. 24, 2018