AHOSKIE, NC – Sharron Ruth Sineath Miller, age 61, of South Colony Avenue, passed away on Sunday, November 1, 2020 at the Vidant Roanoke Chowan Hospital of Ahoskie, NC.
Sharron was born on December 12, 1958 to Robert Mosley Sineath and Marion Edna Gordon Sineath in Silver Spring, MD. She worked as a paralegal for many years. Sharron was a loving mother, grandmother, and sister. She cherished the time she got to spent with them. Sharron had a true passion for baking cakes, going to the beach, and playing pool with friends. She was always the life of the party with an infectious sense of humor. Sharron will be deeply missed by her family and friends.
Other than her parents, Sharron was predeceased by her brother, Pete Sineath.
Sharron is survived by her two sons, Caleb Sineath of Ahoskie, and Justin Castellow and his wife Rhonda of Windsor; two sisters, Judith Maxwell of Virginia, and Nancy Chinault and her husband Leroy of Maryland; and her precious granddaughter, Skylar Castellow.
The family will have a memorial service to honor Sharron’s life at a later date.
Garrett-Sykes Funeral Service – Ahoskie Chapel is handling the arrangements for the Miller family and online condolences can be directed to the family by visiting www.garrettsykesfs.com.
I meet Ms Sharron where my job several years ago. And we had an instead bond. She was such a loving sweet person. And always had high spirits, even when she didn’t feel good.. I could write a book about her. Because she was one of the most kind hearted people I knew.and I’m going to greatly miss her and out lunches together at Hwy 55. My prayers and heart goes out to the family. You will be greatly missed my friend ❤️❤️❤️❤️
You were loved by many and will be missed by many. Your memory lives forever in our hearts. Rest in Peace beautiful one.
I did not know her very well I had not seen her in decades. Out of the blue she wanted to call me. We have been texting for a while but I was surprised she wanted to speak with me. I really never speak on the phone with anyone really but something compelled me to give her my number. She called and I let her talk for over an hour. I just listened. When she was done I shared many things I had learned over all these decades. By the time we both were done she said I never thought about things like that she then told me she was not afraid and at peace. I only share this for all of you that knew and had shared a lifetime of joy and love with her. I only regret not having the pleasure you all had knowing the bright light she possessed. She is at peace thank you all for the lifetime of memories you gave her
I am so sad right now. So many memories of growing up together. Living just a few houses away from each other we were friends from as young as I can remember. I still see us pushing our baby dolls in strollers and in later years putting our parents through hell (angels we were not lol). I am so thankful that we were able to reconnect in our later years. My heart hurts knowing that you were taken so soon. My deepest condolences to your family. I will never forget you and the friendship we shared.
My Dear Friend, Missy/Sharron,
Our long time friendship of over 50 years has really had a positive impact in my childhood. We may have lost touch for years, but when we reconnected, it’s as if we never did.
We shared so many Awesome Memories that I’ll treasure forever. Thankfully, I was able to express my feelings to you before it was your time. We continued to have some amazing conversations and many laughs.
You were always strong willed and honest with people, which is one of many things I loved about you. Through your recent diagnosis, your family and so many caring friends, have expressed so much love and concern for you…
Even through the heartbroken feeling, we also
know you are no longer suffering or in pain.
Heaven now has a beautiful soul and we have your beautiful spirit. You forever have a special place in my ❤️ heart. You will be greatly missed❣️ RIP My dear friend
I have know Missy for 40 years. She had such a beautiful heart and soul, I’m sure going to miss her, her laughter, her smile, our texts, phone calls, and our reminiscing about all the great times we shared together. We had so many wonderful memories together and I will always cherish. Rest peacefully my dear friend. Love you so much! ~Denise
You always had that Infectious smile every morning in Mrs.Perrone’s Englizh class. I thank you for allowing me to be your friend for so many years. Missy we will miss your dearly. Your phone calls were amazing & up lifting…. Rest In Peace Beautiful Lady. God has taken away all your pain….
So many memories – it would take pages and pages to share.