Sharon Lamorise Livingston-Lewis, daughter of the late Virginia Livingston Gause was born in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina on March 17, 1965. She transitioned into eternal rest on Sunday, September 12, 2021. Her Mother, Husband and 4 brothers preceded her in death.
Sharon graduated from Myrtle Beach High School. She was employed at AVX in the cafeteria for 20 plus years. In 2011, She began working for Spinnaker’s Resort were she was affectionately known as “Momma Sharon” until her passing.
At an early age, Sharon was a member of Mt. Olive AME Church, where she sang on the Voice of Praise Choir. She later became a member of Mt. Zion FBH Church were she was a member of the Welcoming Committee.
On June 26, 1993, She married Ricky Lewis, who lovingly called her “Sweetie”. To this union they shared the love and rearing of five children. She was a kind, loving, giving, caring, fun and life of the party. She was also known for her famous story telling but most of all she loved the Lord.
Those left to cherish her memory are her beloved children, Kristal King,(Antonio) Jeffery King, Sr.(Antoinette), Jerrett King(Toni), Ricqual Lewis, all of Myrtle Beach, SC, and Latavia Lewis(Winston) of Georgetown, SC; fifteen grandchildren, Breaisha Knox, Taelor King, Ja’Tyra King, Ty’Geria King, Frank Goings, Alayiah Rich, Jaiden King, Jalijah Goings, Kristien Lewis, Jalaya King, Raine King, Kaleb Rich, Janiyah King, Liric King, and Jeffery King, Jr., four sisters, Pastor Vanessa Cooper(Paul), of Myrtle Beach, SC, Sandra Lewis, of Macon, GA and Lona Thomas, of Myrtle Beach, SC, Koreda Gause, of Myrtle Beach, SC; five brothers Al Livingston(Ebony), Sam Gause(Robin), both of Conway, SC, Steve Livingston(Sarah), Rev. William Gause and Michael Wilkerson, all of Myrtle Beach, SC; five sister-in-law, Delphine Dais, of Columbia, SC, Anna Mae Lawrence, Wanda Lewis, Peggy Burroughs(Clarence)and Patsy Mazone, all of Georgetown, SC; three brothers-in-law, Alfred Davis, Jr.(Yvonne), Carl Lewis and Rocky Lewis, all of Georgetown, SC and a host of nieces and nephews, relatives and friends.
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