Sharon S. Radle Davis

SHARON S. RADLE DAVIS (June 18, 1944 – July 26, 2016)

Sharon S. Radle Davis, 72, of Camp Hill, passed away Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at home.

Sharon was a long time employee of Cumberland County Tax Bureau (West Shore Wage Tax Bureau), retiring November 2014; a 1962 graduate of Enola High School, Enola, PA.  Sharon enjoyed NASCAR for many years and was an avid Rusty Wallace fan.  She enjoyed gardening, bird watching, spending time by the Conodoguinet Creek with her husband, Jim, and any time spent with her family.

Born on June 18, 1944, she was the daughter of the late Charles and Helen (Boob) Radle.  She was the wife of James D. Davis.

In addition to her husband, Sharon is survived by her sister Kathleen Elliott of Carlisle, PA, her daughters Carla (Mundis) Polly of Camp Hill, PA and Kasey (Mundis) Murray and husband Charles Murray of Audubon, NJ, and her four grandchildren, Trevor, Ryan, Erin and Alexa.

A viewing will be held at the funeral home Friday, July 29 from 11:00AM – 12:00PM. The service will begin at 12PM.

Entombment will be in Rolling Green Memorial Park, Camp Hill.

Donations can be made to Compassionate Care Hospice at 800-777-5109.

Sullivan Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Inc., Enola is honored to serve the Davis family.



You will truly be missed. Always in my heart as a great person and friend.


Remembering Sharon when I worked at the West Shore Tax Bureau. She was always offering help with a smile to me. Thoughts and prayers for her family.


Hi Kasey, I am very sorry to hear about the loss of your mother. You and your family are in my thoughts during this tough time. I know that nothing can take away the pain that you are feeling right now, but I just wanted to express my deepest sympathy.

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