Sheila Denise King

Sheila Denise King

Aug 25th, 1956 - Aug 20th, 2019
  • Birth Date: Aug 25, 1956
  • Death Date: Aug 20, 2019
  • Funeral Date: Aug 28, 2019
  • Location: Owens Funeral Home Chapel
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Biography: Sunrise: August 25, 1953 in the Bronx, New York. Sheila Denise King’s parents are Peter Dennis Duhart and Elizabeth White (both deceased). She graduated from High School and entered Hunter College where she studied Nursing. As a young woman, Sheila met and wed Kenneth Lee King. The union produced three beautiful daughters.  Later in life, Sheila met and befriended Jay Toole who would go on to become her life partner. Throughout her years she began to encourage and strengthen those around her that struggled with addictions and losses like herself. Sheila entered the H.O.P.E Program that helped reconstruct the minds and hearts of people with all kinds of issues.
Sheila began doing Yoga, learning meditation and playing all kinds of fun games that further helped stimulate her brain bringing calmness to her. On a weekly basis she committed herself to programs and meetings that sculpted the way she handled stress. Sheila loved writing in her journal and listening to her favorites. Al Green, Michael Jackson, Prince and Marvin Gaye. 
Sunset: On August 20, 2019, God called Sheila home. She leaves behind her siblings: George Bynes, Paula Tyler, Robert Bynes, Joseph White and Gwendolyn Bynes (already in heaven).  Three daughters: Paula Dye, Angela King, Ebony King. One son in-law Greg Guthrie. Six grandchildren: Jasmin King, Paul Pacheco (PJ), Erik Dye Jr, Corey Dye, Darren Lewis, Anthony Alexander (KJ). 3 Great-grand Children: Garelle Solomon (Nunu), Kylah Solomon, Josiah Solomon (in heaven). Sheila had a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends that will never forget her and miss her stories and laughter.
Sheila worries about her daughters and was concerned about her failing health. Today, she is out of pain and hopefully reunited with her mom and dad. We will be fine now mom. Rest in Gods arms.
“And ye now therefore have sorrow; but I will see you again, and your heart shall rejoice, and your joy no man taketh from you.”  John 16:22


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