Sheila Spears, 67

Sheila Spears, 67 of Steele, KY passed away Wednesday, August 03, 2022, at Pikeville Medical Center. She was a pharmacy technician and a member of the Mt. View Church of Christ. Sheila was born June 18, 1955, in Fort Sumpter, SC to the late Clifford Guyrell Miller, Sr., and Gloria Yvonne Booker Miller. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a sister, Kathy Jo Keene and a great-nephew, Jayme Tyler Stanley. Sheila is survived by her husband, Ronnie Gene Spears of Steele, KY; a daughter, Bethany Suzanne (Daniel) Spears of Steele, KY; grandchildren, Megan Tilly LeighAnn (Casey) Taylor and Bobby Andrew Kayne Taylor. She is also survived by a brother, Clifford Guy (Cindy) Miller, Jr.; aunt, Sally Justice of Louisville, KY, a special sister, Robin (Stan) Belcher, and nieces and nephews. Visitation will be from 6-10PM Saturday, August 06, 2022 from the Bailey Funeral Home Chapel with a service at 7PM. Funeral services will be held Sunday, August 07, 2022 at 2PM from the chapel with Steve Cantrell officiating. Burial will follow at Mt. Valley Memorial Park, Big Rock, VA.


    • JudyHampton says

      Ronnie and family I am so sorry for your loss of Shelia. I know you are heartbroken. I will keep you and your family in my prayers. God be with you, may He give you peace and comfort.

      Judy Hampton

  1. jeannie michelle smith says

    I am so sorry for your alls loss she was such a sweet woman i always liked Shelia I will keep all of you all in my prayers

  2. Magdalene Childress says

    My heart goes out to you Beth and Ronnie, she is home now and no longer suffering.
    I pray God’s peace over you all.

  3. Gail Walker says

    From Gail Walker: To, Ronnie, Beth & Guy, Don &I were so sorry to hear about Sheila. I know she has fought hard these last few years an no one knows it better than each of you… What I Loved most about her was her vibrant personality.. She always had a big smile an a hug for everyone.We know Sheila is in Heaven and we’ll see her again one Day!Keeping y’all in our Prayers!

  4. Darlene Hayes says

    She was a great friend to me & my family. Her kindness went out to ALL ! If you needed anything, she would do her best to help you. A truly great person. Love ya

  5. Mike Phillips says

    I have what seems like a million memories of Sheila from where we grew up on Feds Creek. The best one is the first one I remember of her. My family moved back to Feds Creek in 1963 after the flood of that year wiped us out. I was in Ms. Anderson’s 3rd grade classroom. I’d stopped by L C’s candy store and was enjoying my morning sugar rush, when I saw the prettiest little blonde-haired girl walking towards me. She’d just come from the candy store, too, and she had one of those chewing wax candies shaped like a harmonica, and filled with a Kool-Aid-type liquid. We started talking, and the subject of our conversation was our favorite candies. I saw her many times after that, and we always stayed the best of friends. Sheila had a disposition that made you glad to see her. Never without that smile when she’d greet you. And always a pleasure to talk to. I will treasure her memory for as long as I am here. I can only express my sorrow on her passing, and my love to her family. May God’s Love see you through this time as you deal with her loss. Take solace in her memory that will stay with all who loved her and whom she loved.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *