Sharon Moody Obituary, Death – Sharon Moody went away quietly at a York, Pennsylvania, hospital. In addition to a large number of grandchildren, Sharon Regina Moody is survived by her three devoted daughters, Regina Lynn Feliciano of York, Pennsylvania, Sarah Lee Moody of Youngstown, Ohio, and Krishawna Imeaner Seymore of Tampa, Florida, as well as her devoted father, James Seymore, of Egg Harbor City, New Jersey. Oja’ Li Feliciano, Ilanzo Feliciano, Syona Feliciano, Aysia Power, Londyn Moody, Izraelle Goeltz, Jasmine Henderson, and Jordan Henderson are some of her adored grandchildren. Her mother, Imeaner Seymore, died before she did. James and Imeaner Seymore welcomed Sharon Regina Moody into the world on December 3, 1958, in Troy, Alabama.

She graduated from Oakcrest High School with a degree in the medical field. She got married to Fred Moody very young. She started off as a Certified Nurse’s Assistant at Ancora Psychiatric Hospital and remained in that capacity at other hospitals in South Jersey. Three children were eventually welcomed into Sharon’s life over the years, and she began educating them about modern society. Her kids remember her as a lively and free-spirited mother who supported them in achieving their ambitions. She always wanted to have fun and enjoyed her slow tunes from the 1970s. She had a reputation for being the “life of the party.”

She will be remembered for her tremendous sense of humor and contagious laugh that could light up any room. As someone who worked in the healthcare and casino industries, Sharon was skilled at her affiliation with aiding people in both the private and secular sectors. She was a charming and amusing woman who adored her grandchildren and was devoted to helping them achieve their full potential. At Wimberg Funeral Home in Galloway Twp, a memorial ceremony is scheduled for this coming Saturday at 11:00. The event will be officiated by Wimberg Funeral Home. Everyone is invited to attend and honor Sharon Moody’s life. You can send condolences on the Wimberg Funeral Home website. The family would like to express their gratitude for everyone’s good wishes and prayers during this trying time.