Sharon “Shari” Faith (Marx) Davis

Sharon “Shari” Faith (Marx) Davis

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May 26, 2021 ~ 15 Sivan 5781

Davis, Sharon “Shari” Faith (Marx) died unexpectedly at St. Mary & Elizabeth Hospital in Louisville on May 26, 2021, at the age of 57.

Shari was born on December 11, 1963, to Ernie & Ann Marx. Shari attended Trotwood Madison High School in Dayton, Ohio. She raised six children and worked the most demanding job in the world as a devoted, stay-at-home Mom. Shari & her partner, Charley, spent 29 beautiful years together, and he will always cherish memories of their time together. Shari always stood up for the underdog, for what was right, and for what she believed in. Shari volunteered for the Kentucky Derby Festival and the Salvation Army. She will be remembered for always seeing the good in people & the world. She was a great Mother, an excellent friend & had the best sense of humor. Shari always put her family first, and her children/family will forever be grateful for that. She was the glue that held everyone else together.

Shari is preceded in death by her Father, Ernie Marx.

Shari is survived by her partner of 29 years, Charles Yates, her children, Zachary, Marah (Caleb), Julie (Taylor), their father, Vincent Davis, and her children, Mary, Savannah, and Robert. She is also survived by five grandchildren, her mother, Ann Marx, stepmother, Thelma Marx, siblings, Adam Marx, Judith (Dan) Bradley, David (Susie) Hammer, Maria Elmore, and Jefferay Davis, and by her dear friends, Donna Bratcher & Tammy Wolfe, as well as many others.

We will always carry Shari’s memory in our hearts.

A graveside service will be held on Tuesday, June 1, beginning at 1:30 p.m. The live stream will be available at https://www.facebook.com/HermanMeyerSon/.

In memory of Shari and in lieu of flowers, her family requests donations to the Ernie Marx and Ilse Meyer Holocaust Education Fund, Jewish Foundation of Louisville, 3600 Dutchmans Lane, Louisville, KY 40205 or https://jewishlouisville.org/federation/our-work/annual-campaign/fund-tribute-donation.

Temporary Marker

Adath Jeshurun Cemetery ~ Section B, Lot 121, Grave 1