Sharon Clark, 63, passed from this life on 21 May 2014 at 745 am. She was preceded in death by her parents: Willard Lance Sanderson and Rebie Louise Wilkins and a great grandson Gabriel Scott McWilliams. She was a native of Mobile, Alabama with many years spent in the Wilmington area of North Carolina. She moved back to the Mobile area in 2009.
She was a 1969 graduate of John S Shaw High School in Mobile. Her hobbies of late was genealogy. She worked diligently on her husbands lineage. She loved to garden and her favorite flower was roses. After her move back to the Mobile area she became acquainted with her grandchildren and her great grandchildren and loved to play and watch the babies. She will forever be in their hearts forever.
She is survived by her husband of twenty-five years, James Clark of Wilmer. Two daughters Sandy Walley McWilliams (Dennis ) of Wilmer.;Jaime Clark Craig (Keith) of Moss Point Five grandchildren: Brittney (Detrick) McDonald of Mobile; Brandi (Michael) Bryant of Ocean Springs; Clint Lewis ( Holly) of Eight-mile, Patrick Lewis of Moss Point and Caryn McWilliams of Wilmer. Her seven grandchildren include: Kaitlyn McWilliams, Catherine Stringfellow, Cayden Kurtz, Brittany Lewis, Isabella McDonald, Bentley Lewis and Olivia McDonald. She also has four step grandchildren: Shannon, Wayne, Chastity McWilliams all of Gulf Port and Tamara (Johnny) Stevens. They have provided her with an additional thirteen grandchildren: Tony and Taylor King, Tyler Longwith, Adan McWilliams, Haley and Ramona Stevens, Abigail and James Layne Jr, Zoey and Dillon Tilton, London and Benjamin Salas and Riley McWilliams.
Her extended family included her husbands family and many cousins and friends. She was extremely loved by the Clark family and they continued to show there support with her battle with cancer.
Her wish was to be cremated and placed between her parents in Wolf Ridge Cemetery. There was a private gathering during the placement of her ashes.
Here is a link to her online memorial in which you will be able to leave flowers.
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