Sharon Beth Whittington, 52, of Granite Falls, NC, passed away Friday, November 17, 2023.
Born in Caldwell County, NC on August 18, 1971, she is the daughter of the late David Bruce Williams and Wanda Absher.
Sharon was a member of Whitnel First Baptist Church. She was a loving person who always helped others, and she was an avid fan of Bingo. Her world revolved around her son, Devin, and he was the love of her life. Sharon was an amazing, mother, sister, aunt, and friend.
She is survived by her beloved son, Devin Whittington; siblings, Shannon Woods (Shannon Nichols) and Misty Walker; niece, Karen Williams (Cole); nephew, Jesse Woods (Lanie); great-nephew, Mason Williams; great-niece, Raelynn Sanders; and close friend, Darin Whittington.
In addition to her parents, Sharon was preceded in death by a nephew, James Nelson Woods, III.
A celebration of life will be held at a later date.
The family would like to express their appreciation to Rev. Keith Rose and his wife, Shane, for their compassion during this difficult time.
Sossoman Funeral Home and Crematory Center is assisting the family with the arrangements.
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I’m so sorry for your loss. I love Sharon with my whole heart she was the sweetest most soft spoken person. She was silly and goofy and I miss her and will always miss her.
I'm so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you. I only met her a couple of times but she seemed like a really sweet person.
Sharon, oh the funny times we laughed in the ER way back when times seemed so much different. Your laugh was contagious. Sometimes we just had to say "I don't give a flip". No matter how bad you had it or what seemed to be your stressor. You always had a way to cut up and laugh and shine on. You will not be forgotten. The pain in your suffering and the strength it took for you to fight all of your battles showed how strong you were. Now you have ran your race, your battle is won. Have peace and find rest in the arms of our savior. We will see you again. To the Family. Sharon left an impression on many hearts. She was loved and will not be forgotten. I pray you find courage and peace in these days of grief. May God give you comfort in knowing she rest with him. I pray you find comfort that you will see her again and soon. I pray that God wraps his hands around your broken hearts and his arms of love to reassure you that she is now okay. Sharon was a good gal and one of a kind. Rest sweet friend
We are so sorry for your loss. The Clark family.
Sharon you were one in a million. Thank you for all the great times. You, me, sundrop and a smile. Love you always. Tamara
Sharon was a terrific person with a heart of gold. A wonderful cousin, who will be greatly missed. Love You Always.
Prayers for you Shannon and the family! Love you. We all grew up near each other and I have a lot of wonderful memories of you both!! Sending much love and praying for peace and comfort.
So sorry for your loss. She was always so kind to me.