Sharon L. (King) PalfreymanFebruary 14, 1947 ~ May 2, 2017 (age 70)
Sharon Louise King Ingram Palfreyman, 70, of Claysville, was called home Tuesday, May 2, 2017, following a courageous three-year battle with small cell lung cancer. Family say she is now "somewhere over the rainbow." She was surrounded by her loving family, in the home of Mark and Stacey Malli.
She was born February 14, 1947, in Wheeling, W.Va., a daughter of Robert Franklin and Leona Riggle King.
She was a 1965 graduate of McGuffey High School and acquired a beautician's license from Penn Commercial in Washington.
She was a lifelong member at First Christian Church, West Alexander.
She worked as a beautician in several shops in Washington and at Brockway Glass as a packer, until the factory closed in 1983. She worked as a valet cashier at the casino in Washington, until her health required her to retire.
She loved to golf. Her favorite partners were her father, Frank King, and sister, Barb Barchiesi, among many others. She belonged to many golf leagues at Dogwood Hills, Ponderosa Golf Course, Indian Run and others. She worked at Dogwood Hills as a groundskeeper and at Rancho Del Rey, Atwater, Calif., in the Pro Shop. When her health prohibited her from doing what she loved, she continued to enjoy golf by watching it on television.
On August 8, 1965, she married her high school sweetheart, Jerry Ingram, and on November 2, 1980, she married Edward Palfreyman. Both survive.
Also surviving are a son, Terry Ingram of California; daughter Stacey Ingram Malli and beloved son-in-law Mark Malli of Claysville; her mother, Leona Riggle King of Claysville; two sisters, Barbara King Barchiesi (Richard) and Dianna King Myers (Michael) of West Finley; two granddaughters, Sherre Malli and Brandi Malli (Chad) Lindley of Claysville; two grandsons, Andrew and Daniel Ingram, born to Erica Aceves of Turlock, Calif.; four great-grandchildren, Airalyn and Lyric Lopez and Hunter and Jace Lindley; and several nieces and nephews.
Deceased, in addition to her father, is a sister, Debra King Weaver, who passed away December 22, 2016.
Per the request of the deceased, there will be no public viewing. A memorial service will be held at a 1 pm, Thursday, May 4, in First Christian Church, West Alexander.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be sent to Stacey Malli, 48 School House Road, Claysville, PA 15323.
Arrangements are entrusted to Young Funeral Home and Cremation Services Inc., 219 Main Street, Claysville, PA 15323, 724-663-7373, youngfhinc.com.