Sheila (Chambers) Krull
November 12, 1969 - December 31, 2023

Sheila (Chambers) Krull, lovingly known as “Warden” to some, passed away on December 31, 2023, after a long battle with cancer. She was born on November 12, 1969, in Birmingham, AL, to the late Danny Frank Chambers and Rose Ann (Denoon) Chambers. She was 54 years old at the time of her passing.

Throughout her life, Sheila touched the hearts of many with her inspiring spirit and selfless nature. Her work experience was diverse, but she spent the majority of her career at Red Lobster, where she honed her culinary skills for 14 years. Additionally, she owned a Facebook storefront called S&J Emporium, which she thoroughly enjoyed, selling a variety of items alongside her daughter.

Sheila had a passion for cooking and creating delicious recipes. Her vegetable beef soup was a dish her family loved most. She also had a love for teddy bears and collected many over the years. As a member of Centerview Baptist Church, she taught several bible studies to youth of all ages, sharing her faith and love for God.

Later in life, Sheila obtained her GED from Coastal Carolina Community College, a proud achievement that demonstrates her determination and resilience.

She was very close with each member of her family, surviving is her daughter, Jeanine Hargrove, and her husband Shawn with whom Sheila lived with. Her son, Samuel Wearn, also of the home. Sheila leaves behind three cherished grandchildren, Javariah, Jashawn, and Jamirah Hargrove.

Sheila’s special twin sister, Sandra Nelson (Ricky) of Jacksonville, and Danielle Humphrey (Walter) of Kinston, along with her brother, Thomas Hutchinson of Jacksonville, will forever hold her memory close. She is also survived by her step-sister, Audra Butler; niece and nephew, Selina Walker and Demetris Chambers, who were dear to her heart; and her beloved pets

A memorial service will be held on January 10, 2023, at 2:00 pm at Centerview Baptist Church with Rev. Mark Thompson officiating. Sheila’s legacy will live on in the hearts of all who knew her. She loved with an open heart and an open mind. She was always willing to give the shirt off her back and open her home to feed anyone in need. Whether you asked for her opinion or not, she would tell you like it is, offering advice that was appreciated and will be greatly missed.

In honoring Sheila’s memory, let us strive to replicate her kindness, generosity, and unwavering love for others. She will be forever missed by all who were blessed to know and love her.

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