Sharon Kay Roberts, daughter of the late James William Stubbs, Sr. and Dorothy (Payne) Stubbs, was born October 22, 1961, in St. Louis, Missouri, where she grew up and attended school. Sharon left the big city in the nineties and chose to move to the small town of Richland, a slower-paced community with a big hometown feeling, where she lived out the remainder of her life.

She was baptized and professed her faith in Jesus Christ at a young age and enjoyed searching the scriptures with fellow Christians. Sharon attended Freedom Church of Christ near Montreal, Missouri, Missouri, and attended as long as her health permitted. The love and prayers received from her church family through the years were precious to Sharon. She treasured each of them.

Sharon was a teacher at a Head Start in Kirkwood, Missouri, that work inspired her to take the classes to become a CNA. She had a servant’s heart and began working in the Home Health System. Sharon enjoyed meeting people and especially loved taking care of the sick, or elderly. The love and compassion she showed to her clients touched the hearts of all those she cared for. Sharon also volunteered with Animal Rescue Team during the Great flood of 1993 and helped save the lives of and reunite thousands of displaced pets with their families.

Sharon other hobbies and interests included her art, taking care of her plants, welding, and on occasions being a great backyard mechanic. However, Sharon most enjoyed the times spent with her friends, and beloved family. Sharon wanted everyone to be loved and to feel welcome.

Sharon was preceded in death by her parents, one brother, James William “Jimmy” Stubbs, Jr., and her nephew, Karl Richardson.

Sharon left her earthly home and went to her heavenly home to be with her Lord and Savior on Tuesday, June 25, 2024, having attained the age of sixty-two. Sharon is survived by her four children, Mark Davenport of St. Louis, MO, Sarah Weber (Brandon) of Phenix City, AL, Brian Roberts of Richland, MO, and Alan Roberts (Lindsey) of Lebanon, MO; 7 grandchildren; one sister, Delores Day; and one brother, Robbie Stubbs; nephews, Joel Richardson, and Robert Stubbs, nieces, Christina Richardson, Mary Anna Stubbs, and Emilee Stubbs, several other relatives, and friends.

Today we celebrate Sharon’s life and will treasure the memories she created for her family and friends.

Celebration of Life Service will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday, June 30, 2024, in the Freedom Church of Christ near Montreal, MO, on Hwy. A.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in memory of Sharon Kay Roberts and may be left at the Memorial Chapel of Richland or at the service.