Sharron Ann Wilson
Thursday 20th of December 1945 - Monday 7th of June 2021
Sharron Ann (Watts) Wilson, age 75, of Lexington, KY went home to Heaven into the loving arms of our Lord on Monday, June 7th, 2021. She was born in Lexington in 1945 to the late Walter Price Watts and Rosella Hackett Watts and was one of four children.
She graduated from Dorothy Black Business College in Lexington KY in 1964. She worked at VR Wesson and several other local businesses as a bookkeeper. She started her career as a stay at home mom in 1966. In the early seventies she volunteered at Saint Paul Catholic School in the cafeteria. In 1983 Sharron started volunteering at Lexington Catholic High School, her alma mater (’63). In 1990, along with her sister, Sheila, she started managing the Lexington Catholic cafeteria. She retired in 2005 and became a full time grandmother. She was also a long time member of Mary Queen of the Holy Rosary.
She loved spending time with her family, traveling, especially to the beach and helping others in any way she could. Sharron was a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend to many.
In addition to her parents Sharron was preceded in death by her brother Walter Thomas Watts Sr. She is survived by her husband Walter Franklin Wilson Sr., children Frank Wilson (Sandi), Diana Correll (David), Brian Wilson (Jenny) and Chris Wilson (Paige) and thirteen grandchildren; Zachery (Jodi), Sara, Samantha Correll, Lauren, Joshua, Nathaniel, Jared, Molly, Samuel, Emily, Ezekiel, Elsie Jo and Gabriel Wilson. She is also survived by two sisters Sheila Highland and Brenda Sapp (Robert) and many nieces and nephews.
Contributions can be made to Dynamic Catholic dynamiccatholic.com or Mary Queen of the Holy Rosary.
Hayden Smith (Amy Wilson smith)says
Since I’m the 9year old nephew of her this has been very sad to me and my family. at the visitation I cried even though I never got to know her well.
I really loved working with Sharon and Sheila at St Paul. Our St Paul family were just extraordinary people in my opinion. Now I have Sharon to pray to for help in my times of need. Love the Watts,Highland, and Wilson families. Always in my heart and prayers.
Becky Mantle Starkssays
Sheila, my heart goes out to you and the families as you mourn the loss of your twin Sharron. May God hold you in His arms as you endure the sadness and grief.
Avonia (Voni) Allorsays
I have been missing Sharon’s beautiful face for a time now. She was a kind and loving soul. I could not have asked for a better family to live beside for the last 36 yrs. I am so very sorry for your loss. If you need anything, please let me know. God bless you, all.
Mann Sutton & McGeesays
We here at MSM were truly sorry to hear of the loss of your loved one, on behalf of all of us at MSM, to extend our deepest sympathies to you and your family as you struggle through this period of grief.