Sharon R. Curry Sprouse, 58 of Verdunville, beloved wife, mother, and grandmother, went home to be with the Lord on June 21, 2014 at home after a battle with cancer.
Born April 22, 1956, at Holden, she was the daughter of the late Arvis Curry and Hilie Osburn Curry. Sharon was also preceded in death by her first husband William (Kay) Sutherland, her brothers Wayne and Arvis, Jr.
Those left to mourn her loss include her beloved husband Dennis, her son John Sutherland and his wife Michelle of Logan, and precious grandson, John Wayne, who was her pride and joy, step- children Cheryl (Gregory) Taylor, Denise Conley, Tina (Kelvin) Hensley, Dennis Michael (Elisa) Sprouse and step- grandchildren, Christa, Justin, Joe, Cheyenne, Tyler, Devin, Kaden, Adna and Hank and step-great grandchildren, Ryleigh and Joselyn. She is also survived by her brother Alan (Dreama) Curry of Rome, GA.
A viewing will be held at James Funeral Home, West Logan, WV, on Tuesday, June 24, 2014, from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM . Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, June 25, 2014 at 1:00 PM at the funeral home. The service will be led by Rev. Gregory Taylor. Burial will follow at Forest Lawn Cemetery at Pecks Mill, WV.
Sharon was a retired Nurse and a faithful servant of the Lord and member of the Whitman Church of God at Whitman, WV.
Sharon was a remarkable woman!
She was a great wife and companion to Dennis, a loving mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, aunt and niece and friend.
She had so much love to give. She would light up a room with her warm smile and loving nature.
Sharon faced everything with a positive and strong attitude, even when faced with bad news she would receive it with a smile and a prayer. Her problems became small when she was faced with yours, she would always pray for everyone and you knew that that powerful prayer had touched the throne room of grace on your behalf.
She loved everyone expressing it with her beautiful painting and poetry; they just seemed to flow from her. She touched everyoneâs heart with a special poem written just for you at the time that you needed it the most.
Sharon loved her family especially That Baby, her little redheaded man, John Wayne Sutherland. The sun rose and set in him.
She especially loved her church, she was a member of the Ladies Aid, assisting people in need was nothing new to Sharon, at age 40, she graduated with honors from nursing school with the highest Prestigious Florence Nightingale Award. This award was for exemplifying nursing excellence and providing inspiration to future generations of exceptional nurses who will follow in their traditions.
Remembering Sharon will never be a difficult task, but always remember, donât forget, the one thing that she would never want those that she loved so much to forget IS HER GREATEST ATTRIBUTE Was her service to God