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Mary Alice (Beighle) Sharp Comer
1938 ~ 2023 (age 85) 85 Years Old
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Mary Alice Sharp-Comer of Broken Arrow, OK, passed away of dementia on October 8th at
2:22pm, at the age of 85.
Mary graduated high school from Webster High, located in Tulsa, OK.
She would light up any room that she would walk into, with her piercing light blue eyes, beautiful
smile, infectious laugh and outgoing personality. She loved watching everyone have fun and
listening to her children tell stories and laugh.
With a drive for entrepreneurship, Mary not only owned the popular, high-end, Salon de’ Sharpe’
located in Jenks, OK; she also owned a salon, greenhouse, and restaurant in Wagoner, OK
where she resided for many years. Everyone would always rave about her goulash, biscuits and
sausage gravy, and filets; really just about everything she cooked. You would eat her food one
time and you were hooked.
In her spare time, she was in a band called Gospel Highways. They would travel all over
Oklahoma to revivals to minister through song.
Memory from children: when mom would start singing everyone stopped what they were doing
to listen to her. It was like she was a star.
Mom absolutely loved the Lord and was a devout Christian and made sure all of her children
and grandchildren knew the Lord and always said their prayers. Mary would help anyone that
needed it if she could. She would always say, “Treat people the way you want to be treated.”
Mary was also an amazing artist. She painted several beautiful landscape paintings that look
like they could be in a museum.
Memory from Katie: I would love sitting next to her while she was painting. I would just be
amazed how she could put the vision she had in her head and effortlessly paint it on the canvas.
With all of these wonderful talents and success, there was one thing Mary couldn’t do and that
was driving a car. You always knew to buckle up because you didn’t know just how bumpy the
ride would be. Traffic cones and curbs seem to jump out in front of her and every time she
would hit something she would get this innocent look on her face and start giggling.
Bewley cousins memory: She was so fun and all of us kids loved her! She would put us in the
back seat of her convertible and we would sit on the upper back and she would go up and down
the hills in West Tulsa; taking us to Walter’s service station to get us all bottled pop. We loved
it!!! Her laugh was the best!!
Memory from children: One thing everyone knew and that was you would never mess with her
children. If you did mess with any of us the Lioness would come out in her and she would let
you have it. She would not back down until she knew that you understood not to mess with us
Mary was predeceased by her parents: Loyal ‘Bill’ Beighle and Esther (Rhine) Beighle, her
sister Betty Ruth Beighle, brothers Thomas ‘Tommy’ Beighle, Bobby Beighle, sister in law,
Marion ‘Nubbins’ Beighle, son Scott Bewley, and many other family members.
She is survived by her son Timothy Bewley and wife Sue of Claremore,OK, son John Bewley of
Claremore,OK, son Jason Sharp and wife Cathy of Little Elm, TX, Daughter Katherine ‘Katie’
Sharp Cohen and husband William of Broken Arrow,OK, brother John Beighle and wife Dee
Beighle of Broken Arrow,OK, nine grandchildren, four great-grandchildren, along with many
nieces and nephews.