Mrs. Sharon Louise Jones Eutsay was born on October 16, 1966 to the parents of the late Mrs. Lottie Miller Jones and Will Jones, Jr. in Attapulgus, Georgia. She was also preceded in death by her brother, Carlton Jones. Sharon was educated in Attapulgus, Georgia public schools’ systems. She confessed Christ at a very early age, and established her membership at Saint Paul Primitive Baptist Church located in Attapulgus, Georgia where she remained a faithful member until relocating to Quincy, Florida. Then, she joined On the Move for Jesus Ministry in Gretna, Florida under the leadership of Pastor Valencia Brinson until her final transition. God glanced upon Sharon’s weary estate, and beckoned her to walk in His eternal light of everlasting love, peace, and comfort. Hence, she departed this Earthly life form on Tuesday, July 15, 2019 at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. Those left behind to cherish her lovely memories, her husband, Timothy Eutsay Sr. of Tallahassee Florida; son, Timothy Eutsay, Jr. of Tallahassee Florida; daughter, Natasha Jones Elliott (Garrett) of Tallahassee Florida; step-daughter, Kimberly Kenon (W.D) of Quincy Florida; three step-sons, Xavier Eutsay of Tallahassee Florida; Eric Eutsay and Deric Eutsay both of Quincy Florida; three sisters, Samantha Gardener and Victoria Jessie both of Tallahassee Florida; Kizzy Jones of Orlando, Florida; five brothers, Christopher Jessie (Jessica) of Houston, Texas; Willie Jessie, Jr. of Bainbridge, Georgia; Phillip Jessie of Tallahassee, Florida; Stanley Jones (Virginia) of Holiday, Florida; Kelvin Jones (Joanne) of Camilla Georgia; five grandchildren, Anastasia Elliott, Simya Brown, Shamun Reese, Jr., Jeremiah Kelly, Jr., and Justin Kelly, five step-grandchildren, one uncle, James Miller of Detroit, Michigan; three aunts, Eula Williams of Attapulgus, Georgia; Emma Chambers of Atlanta, Georgia; Rebecca Vaughn of Tallahassee, Florida and a host of cousins, friends, and loved ones.
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