Sharon Rae Green

August 16, 1954July 18, 2020

Sharon Rae Shipley Green, 65, of Ooltewah, TN went home to be with the Lord on Saturday, July 18, 2020.

She was preceded in death by her loving parents, G. E. “Corkey” and Maxine Shipley also of Ooltewah.

She is survived by her daughter and grandson Shanna and Logan Green; brothers, Shawn and Michael Shipley; niece, Bethany Shipley; nephew, Bradley Shipley; and aunt, Gwendolyn Johnson.

A Celebration of Life will be held at 2 PM Saturday, August 1st at the Order of the Eastern Star Lodge, 9295 Lodge Lane, Ooltewah, TN 37363. The Celebration of Life will include the Order of the Eastern Star Funeral Service.

Arrangements are by the Valley View Chapel of Chattanooga Funeral Home, Crematory & Florist. 7414 Old Lee Highway, Chattanooga, TN 37421.


  • Celebration of Life Service

    Saturday, August 1, 2020


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Renee Brown

August 7, 2020

Sharon was one of my favorite friends. Always funny, kind, silly, helpful and so, so devoted to her family and friends. Shanna and Logan, remember all the good times, the hard times and the really bad times. Sharon had the strength, perseverance and faith to lead you through them all. Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not into your own understanding. - Love, Renee

Mike Woodward

July 31, 2020

Many great memories, the times when we got to gather as family on Sunday’s at Granny Woodward’s. Your Mom was a very special person and will be missed.

Carolyn Humphries

July 31, 2020

Sharon and I went through school together. She was always a fun loving caring person. We had reconnected in 2017 I always looked forward to seeing her and talking with her. She has always been such a beautiful person. She will be missed and always loved by many

Christy Horton

July 31, 2020

Shanna and Logan, I know you are heartbroken. I'm sending much love and many prayers for peace and comfort. Please know that we are here for you both. We love y'all and you are our family.

Maranda Prigmore

July 31, 2020

I did not know Sharon very long. Only the last year or so. I did know she had a love for books. Everytime we visited with her, Shanna and Logan. A book would be sitting on the kitchen table. My heart goes out to Shanna and Logan. I know what its like to lose a parent and its never easy at any age. Big hugs and healing energy sent y'alls way. Hopefully Sharon is at peace and sitting in the world's largest library reading.


colleen russell

July 30, 2020

Could there have been a more loving mom and grandma? She was especially proud when you came to church with her. Her prayer was that you would remember what she taught you and where she brought you. I know you will remember and make her proud! Love and prayers to you always!

Gloria Hunt

July 30, 2020

Great things come in small packages.
Sharon always brought a smile to my face with her sweet, caring and sassy personality.
We have lost an angel on earth, but Heaven will get a special one 😇

MIchael McMahan

July 29, 2020

I worked with Sharon in the City's Back Tax Office. She always had a happy disposition. When I would see her on occasion in the Clerk and Master's Office as she approached retirement, she would always tell me how many days she had left. I am sorry that she was not able to enjoy her retirement for a much longer time. I will always have pleasant memories of Sharon.

I am in the vulnerable category and sorry that I cannot attend her Celebration of Life to express my condolences personally. She will be missed by many.

Bobbie Thompson

July 24, 2020

Sharon was in my WOW Bible Study and we also played Canasta every week. Alan, my husband, played cards with Sharon too and we both will miss her smile, her fun stories, her humor and just the great person she was. Our prayers of peace and comfort to you Shanna and Logan whom Sharon loved so much. In Christ Love,
Alan & Bobbie

Anne Fricker

July 23, 2020

Shanna and Logan, our hearts are broken at the loss of your Mother and your GiGi. We all loved Sharon so and hated to see her leave us. She was so much fun to work with and there were so many taxpayers who would only deal with her. She was full of life and had a great laugh. She was the ladybug queen and I'll never see one without thinking of her and wanting to get it for her. Please know that you both, and your uncles, are in our thoughts and prayers.


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