Sharon Michelle SUMMERS

July 5, 1947May 19, 2018

Sharon Michelle Summers of Morrow, GA age 70, passed away May 19, 2018. Born July 5, 1947 in Atlanta, GA, she graduated from Forest Park High School in 1965 and went on to study nursing at Georgia Baptist School of Nursing, graduating with honors in 1968. Following graduation, she shipped off to Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio, TX for basic medical officer training and then completed two tours of duty in Vietnam. After Vietnam, she met the man she would spend the next 47 1/2 years happily married to, Mr. Tim Summers. She was an exceptional nurse, as well as an outstanding artist, quilter, knitter, gardener, cook and all around tinkerer. Her heart was as big as the world and she loved all creatures big and small. She was a wonderful wife, mother, sister, and grandmother. She left an indelible mark of love on everyone's life she touched. Sharon was preceded in death by her parents: Kenneth and Mary Davis. She is survived by her husband: Tim Summers, son: Scott Summers, grandson: Cullen Shooter Summers, and sister: Dr. Kathy Davis. The family will receive friends at Forest Lawn Funeral Home, 5755 Mallory Road, College Park, GA 30349 on Wednesday, May 23, 2018 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.


  • Visitation Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Sharon Michelle SUMMERS

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Joann Allen

May 22, 2018

Sharon always used allen animal hospital in atlanta with her parents davis then allen built morrow animal hospital in morrow the davis and Sharon tim continued use our business her love for her pets was beautiful we will all miss her may god comfort tim scott shooter and Cathy love joann and robert allen

Steve McCullough

May 22, 2018

I met Sharon in 1998 when she was taking care of my mother at Portsbridge Hospice. My mom died on Sharon's birthday a few days later. After my mothers passing, Sharon called my dad, my sisters, and myself to check on us several times and helped my dad find a counselor that specialized in Grieving. I worked for the local fire department and shortly after my mom's passing, we had a fire call at the Hospice. When I arrived, Sharon was pushing patients in beds out into the parking lot as was the protocol. The incident turned out to be very minor, but could have been bad. After everything settled down, we sat down and talked and I found out she had been a nurse in Vietnam at the same time I was there. We immediately became friends and that friendship lasted 20 years, and now I will truly miss my friend. Thank you Sharon for taking care of my family and thank you for being my friend.
My thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time. Rest now and God's speed....
Steve McCullough