Sharon Scraper, better known as NDN, a life-long resident of Tahlequah, OK, left this earth and entered her heavenly home on December 2, 2019 at the age of 53.
NDN is survived by a loving family which includes her husband, Vincent Scraper; her son Daniel Pritchett and his wife Kandi Pritchett; twin sister Karen Pritchett; niece Alandra Pritchett who was like her daughter; sisters Carolyn Castillo, Donna Garcia and her husband Jose Garcia, Denise Drywater and her husband Darren Drywater, Jolene Pritchett and her husband Kevin Vann; brothers Clayton Pritchett, Darrell Wilson, and Sam Wilson and his wife Phyllis Wilson; grandchildren Erin Pritchett, Jackson Pritchett, and Addison Pritchett; step daughters Martha Sixkiller and Vanessa Skaggs and numerous nieces, nephews, friends and other relatives.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Dennis and Louise Pritchett; sister Lisa Perez; and niece Rhianna Castillo
NDN was born in Tahlequah, OK on October 9, 1966 to Dennis and Louise Pritchett. She attended Sequoya High School. She met the love of life, Vincent Scraper at the infamous Sawdust bar 33 years ago and was the most loving and devoted wife and caretaker. She loved taking care of little kids and worked in a daycare for several years. She especially loved her role as Memaw and always looked forward to visiting her son, his wife, and grandchildren. NDN absolutely loved her family and always thought of others before herself. She was the glue to her large family and was always calling family and friends to “check on them.”
She was famously known for her good country cooking, especially her chicken and dumplings, which was a staple at all family functions. Her warm hugs will be greatly missed, and life will not be the same without her. She was a very spiritual woman who loved God and was a faithful member of the Elm Tree Baptist Church.
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