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Sharon Louise Sailors

August 3, 1958 — June 15, 2024

Sharon L. Sailors, a beacon of love and resilience, passed away peacefully at her residence in Dothan, Alabama, on June 15, 2024. Born on August 3, 1958, Sharon's journey through life was marked by her warrior spirit and an unwavering commitment to her loved ones. Known affectionately as Sharon, she was a hardworking woman whose life was filled with unexpected turns. Despite the many health challenges she faced, Sharon's indomitable spirit never wavered. She approached life with a blend of tenacity and tenderness that endeared her to everyone she met. Sharon's professional life included meaningful work at WTVY and with Landmark Park, where she left a lasting impact through her dedication and service. Her involvement with these organizations was not just a job but a reflection of her passion for community and her desire to make a positive difference in the world. Family was the cornerstone of Sharon's life. She was a loving mother to her children, Jason Errol Ward, Sabrina Ward Fletcher (Jerreth Cumberledge), Aimee Jeanette Ward, Misha Rhodes, and Gabrielle Davis. Her grandchildren, Diamond Pandora Ward Wright (Still), Shaianne Celeste Wright (Kelly Still), Sebastien Brett Wright (Still), Matthew Blake Wright, Damiyen Wyatt Fletcher, Sidney Renee Fletcher, Veronika Aleksandra Smith, Lilliyana Nynaeve Fletcher Cumberledge, Sephira Morraine Cumberledge, Christian Turner, Johnnie Smith, Juwahski Starling, Jazmyne Graham (Starling), Jahzlyn Starling, Isaiah Davis, and Ian Davis, along with her 15 great-grandchildren, brought her immeasurable joy. Sharon's brothers, Larry Edward (Shawna) Sailors and Bubba (Diane) Sailors, held a special place in her heart as well. A true connoisseur of life's simple pleasures, Sharon loved to cook for family and friends, relishing the opportunity to enjoy a meal together, creating memories that would last a lifetime. Sharon was captivated by television, not just as a viewer but as an enthusiast deeply involved in its creation. Working behind the scenes at WTVY, she knew the intricate dance of lights, cameras, and action that brought shows to life. Each program she watched became a tapestry of meticulous planning, technical wizardry, and creative genius. Whether it was a drama unfolding or a documentary unraveling, Sharon saw beyond the screen, appreciating every nuance and effort that went into crafting each frame. For her, television wasn't just entertainment; it was a canvas where art met technology, and she reveled in every moment of it. Sharon's selfless nature was evident in her constant efforts to help others in need. She was always the first to offer support, whether through a kind word, a home-cooked meal, or a helping hand. Her loving, thoughtful, and selfless attributes defined her character and left an indelible mark on those fortunate to have known her. A celebration of Sharon's life will be held at 2 pm on Monday, June 24, 2024, at Taylor Assembly of God Church. Sharon's legacy is one of love, courage, and generosity. Her memory will continue to inspire and guide all those she touched. As we say farewell to Sharon L. Sailors, we do so with gratitude for the time we shared with her and the countless ways she enriched our lives. Her spirit will forever remain a guiding light to her family, friends, and all who were blessed to know her.
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