Sharon Diane Davis

Sharon Diane Davis


Sharon Diane Davis, 46, of Vian, OK, passed away on Tuesday, July 12, 2022.

Sharon was born December 4, 1975, in Enterprise, Alabama, and raised in New Brockton, Alabama. She had two children, Tyler Lee Bloodsworth and Tryston Rei Whitley. She married the love of her life, Mark Davis, on March 10, 2007, which brought Kayla Nicole Hicks, Austin Wayne Davis, and Samuel Benjamin Minks into her life. They resided in Ozark, Alabama, until relocating to Vian, OK, in 2012 where she spent her last days. She was a very proud mother to many as she opened her doors to any who would walk through them. She loved her grandchildren unconditionally and was an immaculate grandmother. Her love for the Lord is what drove her daily. This love is what she mirrored to all who came into her home. With a faithful heart of worship and desire to serve, she completed the Lord’s desire for her to love her neighbor as herself.

Sharon is survived by her husband, Mark Davis; parents, Tony Edward Bloodsworth and Sally Diane Bloodsworth; children, Tyler and Cassidi Bloodsworth, Austin Wayne Davis, Kayla Nicole Hicks, and Samuel Benjamin Minks; siblings, Anthony Lee Bloodsworth and girlfriend Angel Creech, and grandchildren, Jaxyn Hugh Whitley, Amethyst Raine Hicks Bunnell and Juanita Rose Hicks Bunnell.

She is preceded in death by her son, Tryston Whitley; mother-in-law, Sylvia Byrd; grandmother, Pauline Sipper; grandfather, Edgar Sipper, and Aunt, Annie Mae Byrd.

A visitation will be held on Friday, July 15, 2022, from 4-8 PM in Forever Memories Funeral Services chapel.

A funeral service will take place on Saturday, July 16, 2022, at 10 AM at Watts Holiness Church. Burial will follow at Drakestand Cemetery.

Casket bearers are Tyler Bloodsworth, Tyler Coles, Johnathon Corbett, Robert O’puda, Cody Soniers, and Skylar Oren. Honorary bearers are Bobby Stovall and Matt Hamilton.

Arrangements are under the direction of Forever Memories Funeral Services

463505 Hwy 101, Sallisaw, OK 74955


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  1. Sharon was my friend all through my early childhood into my high school years that carried into our adulthood as we continue to chat on Facebook. Thank you Sharon for always being there for a friendly chat or to offer your advise or share a scripture with me. I will forever remember you and your beautiful smile. Love you! Praying for your family and friends for peace and comfort. I wish I could pay my respects, just know I’m there with y’all mentally, spiritually.

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