Sharon Elaine Clark

November 1, 1949 – January 27, 2021

Sharon Elaine Clark, née Gambrell, passed away on January 27, 2021 in Detroit, Michigan. She was born on November 1st, 1949 in Detroit, Michigan.

Public viewing will be held on Wednesday, February 3, 2021, from 2 pm-8 pm at Thompson Funeral Home – Greenfield Chapel, located on 15443 Greenfield Rd., Detroit MI 48227.

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7 Responses so far.

  1. Grayling Wesley says:

    I’ll always Love and Miss You. Flap On Honey

  2. Elder Northern Thomas James Sr. says:

    Sharon has been my big sister,counselor, lifetime friend(grade and highschool)alumni and neighbor. She will be missed immensely by me and Ben Toomer. May the poem and song I leave be inspirational and motivating . Sleep on sister and I will see you in the morning ! Hugs and kisses family ! I love you all ! Lets love each other more In Gods name!

  3. Selia Gambrell says:

    Rest In Peace Aunt Sharon. My heart goes out to all those who love and will miss you!

  4. Justin Gambrell says:

    Aunt Sharon,

    I wish I got to know you and I’m sorry I never made an effort to reach out to you. I would have loved to hear stories about your childhood and siblings. Even though I can’t remember a physical time in which we have met, I still have love for you. You will never be lost to time and we will always remember and love you. Please watch over your family and guide us down the right path. We all love you so much.

  5. James Gambrell says:

    RIP Aunt Sharon. You will be missed dearly.

  6. Christi Lynn Greene says:

    My Friend Sharon,
    I will always cherish our friendship and I thank you for being such a beautiful and caring soul.You taught me about inner peace and helped me have different views of the world and with that warm welcoming smile.I loved to hear you brag about yourchildren grandchildren and family..I will miss you lady but know, we will meet again .RIP Sharon
    Your friend,
    Christi

  7. Kim says:

    To My Auntie Sharon which I had came to call her for the last 5years,I can’t believe this auntie I’m crying y I’m typing but I also know we all hv to take this road one day and I will always miss u Love u auntie rest Up……
    Kim💕💕💕💕💕