Deborah Jane (Beall) Sharp, 55, entered into Heaven January 3, 2013 in Dewey, Oklahoma. Memorial Services will be held on Saturday, January 12, 2013, at 1:00p.m., at Harvestime Assembly of God in Dewey, Oklahoma. Pastor Bill Brummett will officiate.
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Deborah Sharp was born in Carrollton, Georgia to Fred and Frances (Hodge) Beall on October 2, 1957. She received her education in the Alabama and California school districts, moving to California in 1973. In 1976 she received a degree in Business Management from Ventura College. She worked as county assessor for Ventura County for three years. She then became secretary for the Mayor of Ventura for four years. Mrs. Sharp moved to Dewey, Oklahoma in 1992. Making her home in Dewey, she continued working in home health. She spent a great deal of her time working and singing in nursing homes. Deborah married the love of her life, Dune Sharp, on December 2, 2002 and continued living in Dewey. She attended Harvestime Assembly of God in Dewey where she was an active member, sharing her love for God through teaching vacation bible school. Deborah loved music and gardening; she learned to play the piano, accordion, and guitar at an early age and continued her love for music through singing in the church choir with her husband, Dune. Deborah shared her love for flowers and gardening by making beautiful flower arrangement for the VP Market. She had a profound love for God and people, always taking time for someone in need. She will always be remembered as an exuberant bundle of joy and happiness that could lift anyone spirits through her smile alone.
Mrs. Sharp was preceded in death by her parents; Fred and Frances Beall; two sons, Jason and Joshua Maynard; and three brothers, Fred Beall, Terry Beall, and Leonard Beall. Deborah is survived by her loving husband, Dune Sharp; four sons, Derrick Maynard and wife Angelia of Bartlesville, Jimmy, David, and Harley Ramos of California; two brothers, Danny Beall and wife Karen of Dewey, Michael Beall and wife Julie of Sand Springs; two grandsons, Joshua Lee Maynard Jr. of the home and Camden Maynard; as well as several cousins, uncles, aunts, nieces, and nephews
Published in Examiner-Enterprise from Jan. 9 to Feb. 8, 2013