Port Aransas, TX
Sharon K. Davis
Sharon K. Davis, 80, passed away on Thursday, November 22, 2018, at her home in Port Aransas, TX, surrounded by her loving family.
Sharon was born on December 13, 1937 in Greene County, Iowa, to Esma LeRoy and Iva Mae Peters, who preceded her in death. She met the love of her life Harry P. Davis and got married in 1956. In 1980, they moved down to Port Aransas, TX from South Sioux City, NE. In 1984, she purchased Funtime RV Park, which she successfully owned and managed for several years. She was an amazing wife, a wonderful homemaker, mother and grandmother. Sharon will be remembered for her big heart.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Harry P. Davis; two daughters, Mary Lou Davis and Cheryl Jean Johnson.
Left to cherish her memory is her daughter, Sherry Ramirez; son, Ed Davis; brother, Larry (Norma) Peters; two sisters, Janet (Johnnie) Scott and Linda McDonald; ten grandchildren, Sharon K. Brentlinger, Dawn (Aaron), Travis (Summer) Boyle, Trenton (Megan) Jonson, Tyler (Cathy) Johnson, Mylissa (Justin) Green, Nick (Autumn) Krisl, Jeremy (Tiffany) Davis, Brandon Davis and Amanda Davis; twenty great-grandchildren, one great-great-granddaughter and many, many others who called her mom and grandma.
Services are private.
Online condolences may be left at www.charliemarshallfuneralhomes.com
Arrangements entrusted to:
Charlie Marshall Funeral Homes and Crematory
2003 W. Wheeler Ave
Aransas Pass, Texas 78336
Never met such a strong woman. You'll be so missed 💕
Ruthi SteelePort Aransas, TX
You were a great friend to me right from the start.
I will miss you always.
May God's love help your family through this.
Sue HarrisBullard, TX
I'm so sorry for y'all lost my prayers for yalls family she was a great person she will be missed dearly
Jessica TeaguePort Aransas, TX
God Has called a wonderful Angel Home, please Pray for Our children, their Father and Family. A special Guardian Angel will always watch over all of you now. My Heart Breaks for you. Jeremy L Davis, Brandon Davis, and Amanda Jean Davis, I know she was More than your Gram, she was your friend, your confidant, your defender, and teacher. She loved unconditionally and please continue on with that knowledge to always love unconditionally, put your family first, never go to bed angry.
She taught me so much growing up, even though we parted paths in life, I will cherish those moments and memories.. I am so Thankful that she was also a MOM to you! She always said it takes a village to raise a child, so happy she was part of your village. We Love you all Wayne and Mom Special Prayers for your Dad, Aunts Sherry, Sisters Linda McDonald, and Janet Scott and Brother Bud Peters, all of her grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, and nephews, and friends who she always considered family.
Suzanne DavisAransas Pass, TX
Suzanne DavisAransas Pass, TX
You are deeply missed, Aunt Sharon. You had a huge heart and loving soul. Prayers for your family.
Keith & Brenda ScottUrbandale, IA
Words cannot Express the loss we feel for you grandma. I'll miss sitting at your table and getting advice and sharing laughter and love with you. You helped me make the biggest decisions in my life and never judged me to harshly when good intentions turned sour. I found God with your guidance and hope you save me a seat on the other side.
Jeremy DavisTulsa, OK
love and miss you gram your my would
Sharon Brentlingerport Aransas, TX
Love you so much Grams and my babies love u GG ❤️
Trent JohnsonLeesville, LA
Love You Gram
Nicholas KrislIngleside, TX