February 2, 1954 – December 27, 2021
A proud mother of five and a grandmother of eight; family always came first. Shelley was an unselfish, forgiving individual who helped many people through the course of her life. She was a private, determined person who never sought adulation for herself.
Shelley was a proud member of London Drugs for forty years. Many of her colleagues earned her respect and friendships were cemented over time.
My journey with Shelley began 48 years ago when in late 1973 we met in college. We shared coffee and fries and discussed how the world could be a better place. A bond was formed, and it was strong.
Shelley always sought knowledge. She constantly fed me information and I used it. She tended to follow. When we disagreed, she would comment, “well, that’s a deep subject.” When we fully agreed and found ourselves of a minority view, she would say “don’t try and educate them, we are cut from a different cloth.”
Shelley made me promise one thing. She instructed, “home is where I want to be. Pick me up and take me there.” I have kept that promise. Shelley you are safe at home.
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