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Obituary: Sharon Suzanne Gregory

by BAR staff

Sharon Suzanne Gregory
Sharon Suzanne Gregory  

July 18, 1940 — November 15, 2019
Sharon Gregory passed away in her home with her family by her side. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. Born to Ernest and Jewel Melvin in San Bernardino, California, Sharon had one brother, Donald Melvin, and one sister, Mary Picollo — both now deceased. Sharon had three children; John M. Davies VI (Sunnyvale, California), Christy M. Davies (Vacaville, California) and Scott E. Gregory (Fairfield, California). Both Sharon's late husband, Clyde (Red) M. Gregory, and son, Scott, passed before her, but now they're meeting together in heaven with her beloved Chihuahua, Lilyput, and Yorkie, Suzie Cute.

Sharon lived in Santa Clara County for many years, and spent her remaining 35 years in Solano County. She is survived by her first husband John M. Davies V (Arizona); son, Jack; daughter, Christy; granddaughter, Katrina; and four great-granddaughters: Aliana, Anatalia, Audrina, and Anyla Reyes.

Sharon attended Sunnyvale High School, and is a member of its alumni. Sharon enjoyed collecting antique glassware and other collectibles. She owned and operated Collector of Sorts and Shar Shar's Poodle Salon in Palo Alto. Casinos, bingo, and playing the lottery were things Sharon loved immensely.

Sharon wore many hats. She retired from Hewlett Packard after 30-plus years. Sharon and her feisty ways will be missed by all who knew her. We thank Yolo Hospice for aiding Sharon through her end-of-life journey. Specifically, Marie, Micah, Keysha, Nidia, Jim, and Tom who gave compassionate care when she needed it. A big thanks to Violet, Miriam, Karen, and Shaina for their help as well.

Sharon requested to be cremated. There will be a celebration of life held Saturday, January 11, from 1 to 6 p.m. at the Vacaville Moose Lodge (#1976) 6585 Gibson Canyon Road, Vacaville, CA 95688. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Solano County Humane Shelter or Vacaville SPCA in her memory.

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