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Sharon Joyce Johnston McGlothin

August 28, 1955March 17, 2021

Sharon Joyce Johnston McGlothin, 65, of Little Rock, AR. passed away on March 17, 2021 at her home. She was born on August 28, 1955 in Texarkana, AR. Sharon was an ambitious, and passionate mother, daughter, grandmother and friend. She served the criminal justice system for 28 years as a parole officer and later as the supervisor of drug rehab programs around the state. She was a passionate believer of recovery and second chances inspired by her love for Jesus Christ.

She was preceded in death by her father M.C. Johnston; stepfather Gene Webb; brother Kenneth Johnston, Sr; Ex-husband Neil McGlothin; one niece Heather Johnston Coker and one son Mark Knight.

Survived by her beloved mother Helen Webb; one daughter and son-in-law Gina and Wade Radke; two grandsons Stephan and Noah Radke; two brothers Kim and Steve Webb and a dear friend and care taker Kim Fontaine; plus numerous nieces, nephews and other family.

Graveside funeral service will be 3:00 P.M. Saturday, March 20, 2021 at Memorial Gardens Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Union Rescue Mission, Little Rock, AR.

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Shelley Bunger

March 24, 2021

Helen, God bless you during this time and the many days ahead. Prayers for you and your family. Love you. Shelley Bunger

Kathleen Miller Thomason

March 23, 2021

Sharon and I were in band together. She played saxophone. We went to Southwest Junior High School and Hot Springs High School. Where in band I played the B flat clarinet bbn and B flat bassoon. Than years later we went to church together. I am so sorry for your loss. Sincerely yours, Kathleen Ann Miller Thomason

Sam Kimes

March 18, 2021

I met Sharon as we went on a trip to with my daughter KK and her grandson Noah to Michigan with OM for World Finals. We had the best time and I will never forget learning how to pin trade with her. She always prayed for me and my healing with all of the problems I had with my health and I am sorry they she has passed.

Melanie Patrick

March 18, 2021

I met Sharon in Celebrate Recovery in Little Rock during a very difficult time of my life. She was so patient with me. Gave me all the time I needed to open up. Eventually earning my trust as I saw how she cared for everyone there. We stayed in touch over the years. She was a wonderful friend and a very proud momma. Always showing off her family. I know she will be missed. Peace to you all.