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Sharon Kay Bean Holliman

March 4, 1954 October 23, 2019
Sharon Kay Bean Holliman
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Sharon Kay Bean Holliman was born to Raymond "Pete" Bean and Betty Jean Bean (Hewell) on March 4, 1954 in Eureka Springs AR. Sharon departed this life on October 23, 2019 at the age of 65 in Berryville, AR at home with her loved ones by her side.
Sharon grew up an only child and was spoiled by both her parents especially her daddy, he taught her how to break and ride horses, farming which she learned how to run a tractor, cut, rake, and bail hay, he taught her about cattle, chickens and all the other things to keep a farm going even how to plant the perfect garden. Her mama taught her about poise, manners, how to cook and how to be a lady but the one thing she learned from both her parents were about hard work, dedication and good family morals. She grew up Baptist faith and attended the First Baptist Church throughout her childhood on into her adulthood where she also taught Sunday school. Even though she didn't go like she wanted and said she should have she always kept her faith and reconfirmed her faith earlier this year. She graduated from Berryville High in 1972 got married and immediately started a family of her own to which she had a son and a daughter. She instilled in her children the same things she learned as a child on up into adulthood. She helped her father on the farm while raising her children and started her first job as a front-end manager at Food 4 Less. In 1988 she made a very short move to Fayetteville Ar with her children, but she came back home to Berryville back to the farm and started work at Tyson foods it was there she met David and they were married July 27, 1990. She taught him everything she could about farming and her love for animals, they had cattle, chickens, donkeys, dogs, cats and just about everything you could imagine. After a while she wanted to open a flower shop so she talked her daughter into joining her and they named it Rose of Sharon, they had a great business and a lot of great times in the few years they had it but due to some health issues she closed the doors and stayed home for a while until she decided to go to work at Daylight Donuts and yet again she got her daughter to come join her where the two of them were always side by side taking orders and filling them all while doing their best to keep the customers happy with their little antics and jokes they would play on each other, a few years later she returned to Tyson but unfortunately she had to quit work all together after a few years due to health reasons so she stayed home and tended to her plants, animals, and enjoyed spending time with her family. The last few years she got good at having David make her the biggest gardens that had everything you could imagine in it. She loved to sit in her chair at the edge of the garden and watch David work, they joined the farmers market and would go every Saturday to the square to sell their fresh grown veggies and visit with everyone she could. She loved her family immensely and she never met a stranger, she had a kind loving heart and a beautiful soul. She was the type of person anyone could relate to and just love, she had the best personality and sense of humor and will be greatly missed it was just her time to go to her new home in Heaven and be with the lord and reunite with her dad, mom, and the rest of her loved ones whom she missed dearly, we wasn’t ready to let her go and we love her more than she could ever imagine we find peace in knowing that she is no longer in pain. Sharon is survived by her Husband David Holliman, her son Jimmy Ray Plumlee and wife Gena of Seligman, Mo, her daughter Penny "Plumlee" McBryde and husband Matt of Golden, Mo. Dustin Holliman and wife Isabel. grandchildren Cody Plumlee, Megan Plumlee, Kelly Simon, Jaylen Simon, Sophia Holliman, 3 great grandchildren, Her Aunt Dixie Grim of Eldorado Springs AR Her mother in law Pauline Cox of Big Flat, AR Sister in law Carolyn and finance Alan of Mountain View, AR., sister in law Patricia and husband Pete of Memphis TN. Her children’s father Jim Plumlee and wife Donna of Green Forest AR, Her first brother in law John Plumlee and wife Rowena of Golden, Mo along with several other family members and friends.
Sharon was proceeded in death by her father and mother, paternal and maternal grandparents, a son in law, Brother in laws Ronnie and Randall Holliman and a sister in law Debi Holliman.
Visitation will be Tuesday, October 29, 2019 5:00 pm till 7:00 pm at Charles M. Nelson Memorial Chapel in Berryville, Arkansas. Funeral service will be 2:00 pm Wednesday, October 30, 2019 at Charles M. Nelson Memorial Chapel with Terry Tilley officiating. Interment will follow at Snow Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to Circle of Life Hospice, 901 Jones Rd, Springdale, AR 72762. Online condolences may be sent to the family at nelsonfuneral.com. ©Nelson Funeral Service, Inc. 2019


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Previous Events

Visitation

Tuesday

29

Oct

5:00 PM 10/29/2019 5:00:00 PM - 7:00 AM 10/29/2019 7:00:00 AM
Charles M. Nelson Memorial Chapel

302 East Madison Avenue
Berryville, AR 72616

Charles M. Nelson Memorial Chapel
302 East Madison Avenue Berryville 72616 AR
United States

Chapel Service

Wednesday

30

Oct

2:00 PM 10/30/2019 2:00:00 PM
Charles M. Nelson Memorial Chapel

302 East Madison Avenue
Berryville, AR 72616

Charles M. Nelson Memorial Chapel
302 East Madison Avenue Berryville 72616 AR
United States

Cemetery Details

Location

Snow Cemetery Final Resting Place

S. of Berryville
Berryville, AR 72616

S. of Berryville Berryville 72616 AR
United States

Memorial Contribution

Circle of Life Hospice

901 Jones Road
Springdale, AR 72762
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