Sharon D. Davis-Torres entered into eternal life on Thursday, March 22,
2018 at the MD Anderson Hospital in Houston, Texas. She was preceded
in death by her parents, McKenly and Dora Davis and her two sisters,
Ruby M. Davis and Beverly Warren.
She accepted Christ at an early age and was baptized in Long Island, New
York. She attended Theodore Roosevelt High School in Bronx, New York.
Sharon later attended ITT Technical Institute in Newport News, Virginia
where she received her degree in Information Technology. She also
attended Thomas Nelson Community College in Hampton, Virginia where
she pursued a degree in Business Administration and Accounting. She had
a career in Law Enforcement at the Sherriff’s Department in Newport
News, Virginia. Sharon later accepted a position at Nextel in Newport
News, Virginia where she worked until she became ill.
Sharon was a loving and faithful wife and mother. There wasn’t anything
that she wouldn’t do for her family and closest friends. She wouldn’t think
twice about helping anyone in need. Sharon had a bubbly personality and
the brightest smile that would light up the room every time she walked in.
She was a true warrior of life and her strength encouraged many people. In
the midst of her pain and suffering, Sharon still found a way to put a smile
on her face. She never allowed her situation to slow her down and she
enjoyed life to its fullest; even until the very end. Sharon also had a passion
for the Lord and gospel music, which helped her through many trial
and tribulations. She was a phenomenal woman and nothing could stop
Her memories will be cherished by her loving and devoted husband,
Phillip J. Torres; her three sons, Philip Seymore (Keisha) of Newport
News, VA; Antonio Seymore (Navia) of Dallas, TX; and Justin Torres
of Del Ray Beach, FL; one daughter, Eboni Torres of Fayetteville, NC;
one brother, McKinley Davis of Charlotte, NC; two sisters, SandraDavis
and Yvonne Allen of Bronx, NY; two sisters-in-law, Diane Todman
(Robbie) of Port St. Lucie, FL and Lisa Torres Chico (Moises) of Ft
Lauderdale, FL; father and mother-in-law Jamie and Maggie Torres of St.
Croix, United States of the Virgin Islands; six grandchildren; Uriah, Shiloh,
Sarah, Philip, IV, Aki- yah and Asja; and a host
of other relatives and friends.
Special Instructions/Comments: Sharon Torres of Spring passed away on March 22, 2018. The Addison Family and staff extend their condolences to the Torres family.