of North Little Rock, AR
July 25, 1977 - July 27, 2022
Shelia Young, age 45, born in Little Rock, Arkansas passed away on July 28, 2022.She is survived by her mother, Pearl Young; father, Earl Young; sister, Tomanda Harris; nephew, Taylen Harris; brother-in law, Kelvin Harris and many cousins, aunts, and uncles.Shelia graduated from the University of Arkansas with a bachelor's degree. She then used the knowledge she gained to secure a job at Axicom for 16 years. Shelia loved working with kids. She worked in the children's church for several years. She loved her church and wanted to serve in another way, so she decided to work with the beautification part of the church.She was loving, kind and generous. Shelia will be truly missed.Serving as pallbearers; Deacon Ernest Drayton, Brother Larry Ussery, Brother Billy Hopson, Deacon Rod Flanders, Deacon Don Stephens and Brother Derrick Woodus.Honorary pallbearers, Single's Ministry and Omega Care Group.Women's Ministry with be flower bearers.
Sheila was a ray of sunshine. When she came into the office she always made time to come see me. She could lift my spirits with just her smile. Effortless and easy was how she approached things because she always had a positive attitude. I enjoyed working with her and talking to her about anything and everything. She has left hearts in my thoughts and flowering my mind. I will always cherish our time together. She will be missed. I pray for her family. She was taken too early.
I worked with Shelia for years and she was always optimistic. If there was any problem she'd say 'We'll figure it out." We already miss her greatly.
I always looked forward to meetings with Shelia. Her charisma was always overflowing! She would turn on her camera and say "You know I don't turn on this camera for anybody else". Even when she was getting on to me about something I needed to do sooner than later, I always left feeling better about it. I'll miss you terribly.
My sincerest condolences to the family of Shelia. I worked with Shelia for several years at Acxiom, and from that time, knew her to be full of life, love, and intentionality. She was definitely a light in this world. God bless you all. Prayers!
Offering my heartfelt condolences to Sheila's family and friends. I had the pleasure of getting to know Sheila at Acxiom working on the same account for several years. I can honestly say I have never met anyone in my lifetime that radiated happiness and joy like her. There wasn't a single time I saw her when she didn't have a beautiful smile on her beautiful face. She exuded sunshine and positivity which was contagious. Sending prayers for comfort and peace to all.
My deepest sympathies to Sheliaâ€™s family and friends on their loss. Shelia and I became friends sitting next to each other at work and I valued getting to know her. She was a bright light and will be missed by all who knew her
Our hearts share your grief during this hour. In such times we have to lean even harder on the Lord. The pain of a parent having to face such a task as departing from their children is indescribable but Godâ€™s grace is always able to meet us in that dark place and slowly coax us back to the joy of morning.
Shelia was a pleasure to work with - I absolutely loved her positive attitude, her smile was contagious she will be greatly missed, my thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends.
Thank you for being you! Your smile warms up any room and your laugh makes the heart happy. You will be dearly missed! I will cherish the smile and continue to hear your laughter.To the family of Shelia- thank you for sharing her with us. I've enjoyed working with her. The impression left in my memory is of a wonderful friend that gave of herself unconditionally to others.
I had the pleasure of getting to work with Shelia early on in my career. She was a joy to work with and be around, she was a great mentor, and above all that she was an even better person! You will be greatly missed, I'm very sorry for your loss and praying for comfort and peace for you all.
Very sorry for your family's loss. Shelia was a great teammate. Her strength and good humor will be missed.
I had the great honor in getting to work with Shelia for about 16 years. We got to know each other well during that time, and I consider her a great friend. She was one of the kindest and best people to ever walk this Earth. I'm going to miss her. Praying for all of you, and I'm really sorry for your loss.
My deepest sympathies to your family. I enjoyed working with Sheila - she was always upbeat and ready for a challenge. I'll miss her laugh.
Well done Sheila, weâ€™ll done! Heaven has gained a beautiful soul. We will miss your genuine smile and caring spirit. Rest well soldier, you are home.
Shelia was a wonderful coworker and we will miss her greatly. So sorry for your loss.