Condolences for Shirley Ann Johnson-Mallory

Don Turner posted on 4/22/22

To the family of Shirley Johnson-Mallory: You are in our prayers at this difficult time. "Tenderly may time heal your sorrow Gently may friends ease your pain Softly may peace replace heartaches and may the warmest memories remain" -Unknown Don & Rebecca Turner Weirton, WV

 

Cheryl Busby & Family posted on 4/21/22

Family, with sympathy, thinking of you in these difficult times and sending love

 

Tri-State Military Veterans Museum posted on 4/20/22

Our thoughts and prayers go out to Shirley's family and friends. She was a great supporter of the Tri-State Military Museum. She will be missed by all. Rest now in the arms of our Lord Shirley your mission on earth is complete. †

 

Taylor and Kiara Mayfield posted on 4/20/22

God bless your family. Ms.Shirley was a beautiful woman you will be missed. We enjoyed coming from Texas and being greeted by Ms. Shirley at First Baptist Church in Bellaire Ohio.

 

Laurel Pettress posted on 4/18/22

Words cannot express how much you will be missed. We were childhood friends and our children became friends as well. I am going to miss our weekly phone calls, filled with laughter and love. Shirley was a beautiful soul inside and out, who I know made an impact on anyone who crossed her path. She will be missed full circle. Sending condolences and praying you all are wrapped in the lords loving arms during this difficult journey, but feel blessed to have the wonderful experience of having had the opportunity to have had Shirley in your life. I will cherish all the memories we made, again you are going to be missed my friend. Cheryl Pettress and family

 

 

Lynda Lewis posted on 4/17/22

My condolence to Shirley's family. She was a very loving person. She will be missed.

 

Larry and Lillian Siebieda & family posted on 4/16/22

I was so sorry to hear of Shirley's passing. I wish I had had an opportunity to speak to her one more time. She was such a good friend, and one of the best bosses I've ever worked for. She always smiled when she saw you. She will be sorely missed. Condolences and love.

 

Roberta Fletcher posted on 4/16/22

My deepest condolences to the family. I will miss our conversations. You were loved by my family.

 

Deb Stein Kakos posted on 4/15/22

Shirley touched so many lives and was a wonderful person. I will always remember her smile, it would light up a room and how warm and caring she was. She would come into my Dad's shoe store(Bermans) and talk with him. She would bring in Denise when she was a baby and i would play withs her, while her and Dad visited. Shirley would always keep him on his toes. I remember seeing her and Denise at the 4th of July fireworks in Martins Ferry when Tre Kell was a baby, I got to play with him then and visit with them. Shirley will be greatly missed, but has earned her wings and will be watching over her family.

 

 

Dennis & Bonnie Brooks posted on 4/15/22

You will never be forgotten. Thank you for always being a light & warm place to land in this world. God Bless each & everyone of your families member. I know they will do you proud. Godspeed

 

Ametta Reaves posted on 4/15/22

I had the great joy of meeting and getting to know this beautiful angel many years ago as a part of the Head Start community. I enjoyed our conversations about Head Start, families and life. After her retirement we used Facebook to keep us connected. I will miss Shirley Johnson Mallory, but I am thankful that our paths crossed.

 

Edward L. and Sandy Marling posted on 4/15/22

I knew Shirley since high school but most recently I had the pleasure of working with her on a project that was so very important to her. What a loving and caring person she was. She loved Bellaire and wanted the best for all who live here. Her heart was full of life and joy with a love for God. My dear friend; may you RIP

 

 

Joe and Mary DeGenova posted on 4/14/22

Shirley was a loving, beautiful mother and grandmother. There was never a time that I would see her that she did not have a smile on her face. May she rest in eternal peace with her daughters and granddaughter, Denise.