Sharon D. Qualls

Sharon Denise Qualls was the youngest out of 6 children. She was born December 8, 1955 in Columbus, Ohio to James and Ruth Qualls.

She attended Columbus Public School and graduated from Linden McKinley High School in 1973. After high school, she pursued a career in Medical Coding through Kaplan University. Although she preferred to live a quiet, reserved life, anyone who knew her came to realize her capacity to be a loyal friend, hard worker, and one willing to help those in need.

She drove for CPS and also had her own catering business. She loved driving the school bus. Interacting with children was her joy. Nieces and nephews call her “Aunt Shar Shar” and she would call them “baby girl” or “baby boy”.

She learned to seek and trust in the Lord from her praying, God fearing mother at a early age. She attended Smyrna Missionary Baptist Church under Bishop Fred Marshall.

She was preceded in death by grandmothers Mattie Hunter and Effie Brown, father James E. Qualls Sr.; brother, James Qualls Jr.; uncles, Lewis H. Hunter, and William Hunter; nephew, Damian Qualls; great niece, Stephanie Danielle Holland, and brother in law Marquis Holland.

She leaves to cherish her memories; mother, Ruth Qualls; brothers, Steven Qualls and Danny (Carolyn) Qualls; sisters, Delores Holland and Charlotte Qualls, also a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.
Visitation 11:00 AM and Funeral Service 12:00 PM Wednesday, February 19, 2020 at Symrna Baptist Church, 1650 Wilson Ave.

Interment at Glen Rest Memorial Estates.

Condolence Messages

  1. I think I know her. My prayers are with you

  2. My condolences to the family of Ms. Sharon she will be missed. Rest in heaven

    Ms. Dee Harris

  3. Felicia (Fifi) Bond

    I have no words to express how deeply sadden I am am at the sudden passing my dear, favorite an loving cousin Sharon. My sincere condolences go out to the family. You lost a very special person. I pray you all find peace during this difficult time. Sharon was a very important person to me an held a special place in my heart. My heart will never be the same. I am going to miss the many times we spent together talking, laughing, crying, eating, shopping, drivin around visiting, walking, studying, working an praying. I knew Sharon as a loving, caring, God fearing, faithful women. I will always love you (Sher Sher), and I will Never forget you. You an God watch over me, the kids and Precious ok?? Save a place for Us, cause I WILL meet up with you again! That’s a promise! An It’ll be your turn to pay for breakfast! I love you Sharon Denise Qualls. Your cousin Felicia.

    • Wow she was you cousin all world. She has visited my home many times and never said anything. She was a private person and everything you said I am a witness to those things A true friend she sure was. I didn’t know she had passed. I just found out. Im so heart broken.

  4. We would like to share our condolences with the family. It’s never easy saying goodbye to a loved one. The pain of loss can be unbearable. Our Creator promises there one day this pain will be a memory. We hope you find comfort in this promise.

  5. My heart is so broken. A friend of mine told me that someone in her family had passed away. I swear I blocked it and said no not her. She never let on that she was I’ll only that she was in pain. She would stop my my my house to talk and eat. I had been calling and searching the web not believing it was my friend. I got my answer 4/18 10:50 pm it was my friend. Oh my oh my. I met her at a child care center and we became close yes she would call me baby girl I called her Ms. Q. She was a very private person. My heart is so broken right now so broken. I will miss so much so much. Oh my oh my oh my im crushed.

  6. Oh my today I am just full. I am just sad and shocked. I had to come back and say more. I really admired here. I am going to miss her coming over in the evening. I will cherish everything she did and gave to me. Ms. Q you are going g to to be missed. I will see you in Heaven. Love you Ms. Q. Ummmm oh my

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