Sharon Dallas

Sharon Renee Dallas was born on March 22, 1961 in Martinsville, VA to Ed and Norma Dallas.
Sharon departed this life at the young age of 58 at her home with her loving Aunt Pat on Monday, August 5, 2019. She was a loving Mother, Grandmother, Sister, Auntie and friend.

Sharon was preceded in death by her Mother and Father Norma and Ed Dallas, her son Lewis Commons Jr.(Fatman) and Grandparents Andrew and Peggy King.

Sharon leaves to cherish her memory 2 children Eric and Tawana Dallas. A loving sister Carolyn (Kevin) Kent, a wonderful brother Lew King, 3-grandsons EJ, Devon and Jo Jo Dallas, Nephews Gregory, Grant (Jess) Pleasant and GP Pleasant, Niece Reese Pleasant, Aunts Patricia and Mary Ann King, cousins Raymond (Regina) King, Raymond Jr. and Rayanna King and a host of loving, caring friends who she considered her extended family.

Visitation 4:00pm and Memorial Service 5:00pm Saturday, August 10, 2019 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE NORTH, 2500 Cleveland Ave.

Condolence Messages

  1. bernadean singleton

    Carolyn and Family, sorry for the loss of your sister Sharon, she is in a much better place, no more suffering, my thoughts and prayers go out to your entire family, earth has no sorrow, heaven cannot heal, love you all, Aunt Bernie.

  2. It was a pleasure to know Sharon,she will be missed by all who knew her. We were friends as children for many many years. Playing ball, shooting pool and playing card games. My thoughts and prayers are to her family. Sorry for the loss of good person in your family. May God bless you all.

  3. Rozland McKee-Flax

    To the family of Sharon. My condolences to the family. We grew up on 20th Ave together. Sharon was a good childhood friend. She was a hell of a pool player; she ran all the tables at St Stephens Community House when it was still on Cleveland Ave. Lots of good memories growing up together. She will be missed. My God Bless you all!

  4. Such sadness to see our family leave this earth. But I know Sharon is pain-free. Walking & talking with the Lord. I heard back in the day not one person could get her off the pool table at St. Stephen’s. So trust in God knowing she is in his hands.

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