Sharon A. “Nana” Davis

November 07, 1950 ‒ February 02, 2020

Fredericktown, Ohio

Sharon A. “Nana” Davis, age 69, of Fredericktown passed away on Sunday, February 2, 2020 at the Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus surrounded by her loving family.

She was born on November 7, 1950 in Mount Vernon, Ohio to Menno and Betty (Freeman) Talbott Sr.

Sharon is survived by her sons, Newton (Jolene Akers) Davis, Kevin (Carrie) Davis; six grandchildren, Chris, Shawn, Kirsten, Colton, Lauren and Newt Davis; her great grandchildren, LillyAnne, Gracelynn, Wylder and Jayden Davis; her mother Betty Talbott; her brother Menno (Connie) Talbott Jr.; and her sisters, Jeanne (Larry) Bowden and Cindy (Doc) Dean.

Sharon was preceded in death by her daddy, Menno Talbott Sr.

In keeping with Nana’s wishes, there will be no calling hours.  The family will observe Celebration of Life gathering at the Simply Sweet (128 High St., Fredericktown, Ohio 43019) on Saturday, February 15, beginning at 3PM.

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  • We will miss seeing Sharon .. We were always happy to talk with her any time. We will miss her and her smile. Sorry for your loss. Love to the family.
    Buck and Judy

  • Butch and Connie
    Sorry for the loss of your sister, Sharon.
    You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

    The Stage Family

  • So sorry on your loss of sharon. I worked with her at MVDC. She was a hard worker and a beautiful soul inside and out. I’ll never forget her smile and giggle. I so enjoyed working with her years ago. Sending prayers and hugs to her family.

  • Sharon was always fun/easy to talk to and a very strong lady. We were second cousins and I will miss seeing her. Our prayers are with all of her family.

  • Newt, sorry to hear of the loss of your grandmother. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family! -Amber and Issac Beach

  • Sharon was a great fun filled lady who loved her boys. Our prayers go out to Kenny , Kevin, and their families. Rest easy Sharon.

  • You will be greatly missed aunt sharon. You were always like a second mother to me growing up. I’m thankful for the times we spent together. I’m also thankful you got to meet my soon to be wife. Fly high and tell grandpa stories that he missed out on. Sincere love always.

  • I’m so sorry for your loss. Praying for you all. I have wonderful memories of Sharon from my childhood. She always seemed to have a smile on her face and a sweet disposition.

  • Newt. So sorry to hear about your grandma. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. HUGS

  • Kenny, Kevin, Newt,Lauren,Carrie,Shawn,Colton, Kirsten,Chris
    I’m so sorry to hear of Nana’s passing!
    My thoughts and prayers are with all of you !

  • Kevin and Kenny,
    Our hearts are heavy with grief as we extend our love and sympathy for the loss of your loved one. She is an angel looking over all of you. God be with you during this difficult time.

  • To the Family of Sharon Davis:
    We are very sorry for your loss!
    We know all of you will miss her!
    God Bless !
    Cousins, Bob & Shirley (Hall) Hull

  • So sorry for your loss, Sharon was always there to listen if you needed to talk, a fun lady to work with, she will be missed

  • Kenny, Kevin, Betty, Jeannie, Cindy and your families: our thoughts and prayers to you all. We have lots of great memories of Sharon. She will be missed.
    Regina “Bean” and David Cheuvront

  • Fond memories of Sharon as a kid when visiting Kenny and Kevin ( the boys).
    Her heart was as big as her smile…
    Miss you dear! Prayers for the boys and the whole Davis family…..

  • So sorry for your loss. I know she was very loved and will be so missed. Prayers for her family.

  • It was a privilege to get to know Sharon. She was such a cheerful person.

    We pray God’s special comfort to the extended family and friends.

  • I will miss you Aunt Sharon. Some of my dearest memories are with you. You would take me to the pond every year for my birthday to feed the ducks. Playing with Harley or eating your deviled eggs. I will forever be your curly haired girl. I love you with all my heart!

  • Dear Kevin, Carrie and Family; Jeanne, Larry and Family, We are so sorry to read about the passing of this beautiful lady. Although we never met her, the e-condolences paint a picture of such a wonderful family member. We are sending you and the entire family our deepest sympathy and friendship. May your fond memories help you through this sad loss. Sincerely, Susan and Dick Huggins/Fredericktown

  • In Deepest Sympathy, so sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and yours. The Frosts

  • I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I had the privilege of working with Sharon at country club retirement campus. I will never forget her giving me a hard time about if I ever left my husband (then boyfriend) she was going to have him next. I absolutely loved working Sharon! She will be greatly missed. Sending lots of prayers.

  • You have my deepest sympathy. I worked with Sharon at North Side Manor/ The Laurels. Oh the stories I could tell!! She was so much fun to be around. So glad that we reconnected on Facebook. You will continue to be in my thoughts as you go through his tough time.

  • I met Sharon in the early 80’s. She orientated me as an aid and taught me the correct way to care for the elderly. I took those teachings to heart and still use all that she taught me in my career to this day. We remained friends over all these years. She was and still is an awesome lady who was a baby boomer… and loved tied dye anything…peace and love …and Harley’s…she also loved the Indian ways…She always had an open mind to anything….I will truly miss her smiles and the laughs we had..Kevin and Kenny and Family’s….So truly sorry to hear of your loss,,,My Prayers are with you… Angi and Family

  • I also knew Sharon from MVDC, always a pleasant person. RIP till we see each other again. Colleen Milligan