David C. "Chuck" Sharp

Born in Nashville, TN on August 24, 1960

Departed on October 28, 2019 and resided in Nashville, TN

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David C. “Chuck” Sharp, age 59, of Nashville, TN passed away on Monday, October 28, 2019. He was born in Nashville on August 24, 1960 to Harlan Evans Sharp and Bobbie Jean Thomas Sharp.
Chuck is preceded in death by his father.
He is survived by his wife of six years, Wilma Lee Sharp; his children, Joshua Sharp(Kaylea) and Jessica Conradi(William); and his mother, Bobbie T. Ruth. Chuck is also survived by his grandson, Jason Sharp; brother, Thomas Andrew Sharp(Juli); sister, Sandra Jean Stowers(Tim); nieces, Ally Stowers and Jeanne Sharp; and his best fur friend, Powerhouse.
Chuck was a union electrician in Nashville and was a proud member of IBEW Local 429. Along with being an electrician, he was an altogether handyman around the house. There was nothing he could not fix. Chuck loved to spend his free time fishing or boating; anything on the water was his favorite pastime. He always kept his family laughing with his funny jokes.
A Celebration of Life will be held at West Harpeth Funeral Home & Crematory in Nashville on Friday, November 1, 2019 at 5:00pm. Visitation will also be held on Friday, from 2:00pm until the hour of service.

9 Comments to David C. "Chuck" Sharp

  1. Anita Boyd-Freeman says:

    Bobbie,, sop sorry to hear of Chuck’s passing. I know you will miss him greatly. God Bless.

  2. Jerry Lee says:

    Rest in Peace Brother Chuck! May your family be blessed with memories of you and be given Peace

  3. Cindy Price says:

    Bobbie, I’m sorry to hear this news. Please know you are in my thoughts and tender prayers for you and all the family. Deepest condolences my friend,

  4. Julie Bouckenooghe says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. He is in a wonderful place now and is whole. Take comfort in that.
    Much love,
    The Bouckenooghe family

  5. Doug Sullivan says:

    Chuck- Thank you for all the laughs, the words of wisdom and MOST of all thank you for your unconditional friendship. It was my pleasure to have been able to work with you and call you my friend and brother, you will be dearly missed and my thoughts and prayers go out to your family. Rest In Peace Brother !!!

  6. Betty Howard says:

    Bobbie, So sorry for your loss,my prayers are with you. Love Betty

  7. Bill Walker says:

    Sorry to hear. Really enjoyed working with you and will always have the memories of our time together on the ball fields.

  8. Debbie Human says:

    Great memories I have playing down at the creek or in your backyard with you, Andy, and Drake. Me, trying to be one of the boys. I love you cuz, Rest In Peace.

  9. Eddie Frierson says:

    My best friend in 3rd grade. I gmhave wonderful childhood stories if the family would like to hear. So sad to hearcof his passing. I also have a short 8mm clip of him at our house 3rd grade … :”(

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