Franklin Joseph Sharritt, Sr. (Sonny) • October 15, 2018



Franklin Sharritt, Sr. (Sonny) age 82 of Seminole, Alabama died October 15, 2018 at his residence. A service celebrating his life will be 2PM Thursday, October 18, 2018 at Pensacola Memorial Gardens Funeral Home with interment to follow in Pensacola Memorial Gardens Cemetery with Rev. Alan Cotton officiating. Visitation will be held one hour before the service beginning at 1Pm.

Mr. Sharritt was born on May 15, 1936 in Pensacola, Florida to Amos B. Sharritt and Carrie Coast. He loved fishing and drinking coffee and attended Victory Bible Baptist Church and was a mailer with the newspaper.

He is survived by his wife of 60 years Ethel D. Sharritt; one daughter Laura Raines and her husband Tommy of Brewton, Alabama; a son Franklin J. Sharritt, Jr. of Seminole Alabama; Granddaughter Amber and Michael Factor of Lafayette, Oregon; Granddaughter Kimberly L. Raines of Seminole, Alabama and great grandchildren Zayne and Zarah Factor. Numerous nieces and nephews also survive.

The family would like to thank Kindred Hospice of Alabama for their loving care and support.

  1. Amber Factor says:

    I’m gonna miss your silly butt pawpaw!! You taught me so much and I will be forever grateful for you!! I see you so much in my son and I know he will continue your legacy.. you never met a stranger and would give the shirt off your back to anyone.. you always worked so hard to provided for your family no matter what! Your coffee I never got it hot enough for u lol or it was too hot haha! I will miss you so much pawpaw!! Watch over my babies up there 😇 until I see you again your baby girl (Whipper Snapper) loves you 😘 Fly high Papaw I know you will show me the way each and every day!!! Thanks for all you’ve ever done for me and for always being there for me!!
    Love you always and forever

  2. Cindy Leonard says:

    He will be talking the angels ear off bless him. Sonny had the gift of gab. We use to stay in trouble at ANCO for talking to much instead of working…lol But he kept the day interesting. RIP sweet man.

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