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Sharon R. Neal

September 25, 1958 - July 31, 2020

Sharon Regina Neal


September 25, 1958 – July 31, 2020


Sharon Regina Neal was born on September 25th, 1958 to Albert Neal Sr and Beatrice Neal in Portland Oregon. She attened Highland elementary school and Graduated from Jefferson High School while pregnant with her first child named Nakia Hall.

Six years later she went on to have a set of twins named Reginald Dewayne Davis Jr and Alisha Gladys Monique Davis. Sharon was also a grandmother to Terrence Shepard, Taeviana Shepard ( flores) and Rakayla Jackson ( Charles), Rayzjon Davis, De’Shai Davis, Kai’janae Taylor and Royel Jones. She also has 5 greatgrand children

She raised her children with help from family and friends while working at her steady jobs. She was once a waitress for Denny’s restaurant and from there she went to work for a company named Port City Development Center working with mentally disabled full functioning adults. She loved that job, she remained there for 8 1/2 years but later moved to Sacramento California and remained there until her twins graduated high school. Shortly after returning back home to Oregon she began working with quadriplegics and paraplegics at Quad Inc, from there she went to work at Holladay Park Plaza as a housekeeper.

Her life was full of joy, and her smile alone would light up any room. People from all walks of life loved her even if only meeting her once. Her heart was the biggest of all. She would help anyone that needed it and opened her door to many when she could. Her life is her legacy and for that she will never be forgotten. So lets not cry because she is gone, celebrate her for the woman she was and will forever be in our hearts.
She is forever loved.

Proverbs 12:28
There is life in the path of righteousness, and in its path there is no death.”

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