On Friday August 26, 2016 The Book closed an another chapter open for Ms. Sharon Denise “Neicey” Martin 58 of Huntsville, Alabama, formerly of Tulsa and Muskogee Oklahoma.
Services Saturday September 3, 2016 12:00 Noon
New Jerusalem Baptist Church
3427 N. Birmingham Ave Tulsa, Oklahoma 74110
Pastor Alex Kimble Jr.
This is My Story…
On June 30,1958, Patsy Kimble and George Martin, Sr. welcomed their bundle of joy and named her Sharon Denise “Niecy” Martin. Sharon attended Muskogee Public Schools and graduated with the Class of 1976. On November 12,1974, Niecy was blessed with her own bundle of joy a beautiful daughter that she lovingly named Christy Ann and four years later on November 27,1978 she gave life to her baby boy, James Robert whom she loved dearly. Niecy was employed with Cox Communications from 1993-2007 and later received employment at Gannett from 2007-2011. Niecy accepted the Lord as her Savior at an early age and attended Mt. Calvary Baptist Church in Muskogee, Oklahoma under the leadership of Rev. Reed until she relocated to Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1985. She later became a member of Gethsemane Baptist Church under the direction of Rev. Lauderdale from 1988 to 2005. She always lived life to fullest. Niecy later relocated to Huntsville, AL in 2012 on August 26th and four years later on August 26, 2016 the curtains went down and she took her final bow. She was preceded in death by her father, George Martin, Sr.; grandparents, Elex Kimble, Sr. and Ernestine Kimble; sister Delores J. Matheny and nephew, Steffone D. Morris. Remaining to cherish her and continue her legacy, her loving mother, Patsy Kimble; two beautiful children, Christy Hooks (Nakia) Mason and James, Jr.(Leatrice) Simpson; her siblings, Leslie Morris, Vicki Virgil, her special sister/ niece, Felicia Matheny; her grandchildren, ShaMaurey, Dajah, Riana, Kadijsa, Ajay, Jamarri, Jordyan, LaJuana, Connie, Nakia, Dekota, Jordan, Dakarri, Damarion; her great-grandchildren, Ma’Siah and Markel; her best friend, Cynthia Boren. She also was survived by a host aunts, uncles, nephews, nieces, and cousins and faithful friends.
“When caring truly matters, DYER cares.”