Sharon M. Davidson, 58, Green Bay, passed away peacefully surrounded by family on Friday, November 4, 2022, at the Jack & Engrid Meng Hospice Residence, De Pere. The daughter of Vernon and Sandra (Westenberg) Leisch was born, August 13, 1964, in Milwaukee.
At an early age Sharon’s family moved to Northeastern Wisconsin. Sharon graduated from Bay Port High School. In her younger years, she enjoyed working at Wisconsin Log Homes and learning things about designing homes.
Sharon was the deputy clerk for the Village of Howard for several years. While working at the village, she attended NWTC and had completed all but one half of a class for a business degree, due to a severe head injury that required brain surgery. She was unable to complete her degree, nor could she return to the job that she loved. Sharon thoroughly enjoyed serving her remarkable community and working with her amazing staff.
Sharon loved working with her embroidery machine, turkey and bear hunting, scuba diving and snorkeling, dirt biking, and following NASCAR. She also enjoyed watching football, especially the Detroit Lions. She was not a reader until a friend got her hooked on the Janet Evonovich series, and she continued to read. Sharing her faith with the Matuszak Ct. Bible study group was extremely special to Sharon.
Sharon was a member of Assumption B.V.M. Parish and a gun toting member of the NRA.
Sharon is survived by her two sons: Cody Davidson and Dillon (Jordan) Davidson; her father and mother, Vernon and Sandra Leisch; and her sister, Susan (Mike) Whitmer.
Friends are invited to gather with the family at Assumption B.V.M. Church, 119 E. Pulaski St., on Friday, November 11, from 9-11 a.m. The Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 11 a.m. with Fr. James Gannon, O.F.M. presiding. A private family burial will be held in Sacred Heart Cemetery, Spruce.
The family would like to thank everyone who brought food, sent messages, or kept Sharon and her kids in their prayers out over the past 3 ½ years. They would also like to thank the Unity Hospice nurses that came to the house and the wonderful staff at the Jack & Engrid Meng Hospice Residence.