Sharon Lynnette Carroll Drummond was born June 8, 1957, to Earnest and Rubelle Carroll in Brunswick, Georgia. Sharon received her formal education in Glynn County, graduating from Glynn Academy in Brunswick, Georgia. She furthered her education at Glynn County Continuing Education Culinary School in Brunswick, Georgia.
Sharon accepted Christ as her savior at First African Baptist Church Fancy Bluff, where she served as a member of the usher board, mission, pastor’s aide, Sunday school ministries, and deaconess ministry. Sharon Lynnette Carroll was united in holy matrimony with William Leon Drummond on July 29, 1978, in Brunswick, Georgia. Their union was blessed with two children LeAnn Nicole and William Roger. In her leisure, she enjoyed cooking, baking, traveling, and caring for children. She was employed by Southeast Georgia Regional Medical Center for nine years, and the Glynn County Board of Education for 14 years as a cook until illness forced her to retire in 1998. She was a former member of Mt. Olive Chapter No. 52 O.E.S of Sterling, Georgia, and ETA Upsilon Sigma Philo Affiliate of Brunswick, Georgia.
Sharon Lynnette Drummond departed this life on Wednesday, October 14, 2020, at 2:00 a.m. She was preceded in death by her parents, Earnest and Rubelle Carroll; and three brothers, Earl, Jacob, and Samuel Carroll.
She leaves to cherish her memory: her loving husband, William Drummond of Brunswick, Georgia; daughter, LeAnn Nicole (Nate Laury) Drummond of Brunswick, Georgia; son, Roger Drummond of Brunswick, Georgia; grandchildren, Nekyre, Nalea, and Nyveon Laury; brother, Roy M. (Peggy) Carroll; sisters, Harriet Weston and Gwendolyn (Thomas) Muchison, both of Brunswick, Georgia; four godchildren, Joshua Richardson, Makesha Carroll, Monica Ratliff, and Marcus Mungin; and a host of other relatives and sorrowing friends.
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