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Shirley A. Winchell

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Shirley A. Winchell, age 77 of Amarillo, TX, died Saturday, February 2, 2008, in Amarillo. Arrangements are by Schooler Funeral Home, 4100 South Georgia, Amarillo, TX.
A Memorial Celebration will be held on Saturday, February 9, 2008, from 3:30 P.M. until 5:30 P.M. at the Ussery Roan Texas State Veteran's Home.
What was to be a surprise party for Shirley's 78 birthday on February 10 has turned in to a graduation celebration, as she has graduated from this life to that of her eternal reward with her Lord in Heaven. Shirley was born on February 10, 1930, in White Owl, SD to Homer A. and Ethel Lynn May Mann. She married William "Bill" Winchell, Sr. in 1970 in Sturgis, SD. She and her beloved husband moved to Amarillo in 2003 to be closer to their children. Before moving to Amarillo, she was known for having the Meryl Norman Cosmetic boutique in Clayton, NM. She was active for many years in the New Mexico State Cowbelles and while she lived in Logan she participated in the American Legion Auxiliary #77. Shirley was also a member of the Matapaha Chapter #98 of the Eastern Star in Sturgis, SD. Always active and on the go, Shirley loved to dance, travel and cater to her creative side with her many arts and crafts. Her favorite place was any where her family was however; she did have a fondness for Padre Island and the Blackhills of South Dakota. Shirley was preceded in death by her parents and six brothers and sisters.
SURVIVORS: Husband, Bill Winchell Sr of Amarillo; two daughters, Sandra Sue Malcolm and her husband Roger Kingsland of Carson City NV and Ginny Monk and her husband Tim of Canyon, TX; her son, Bill Winchell Jr and his wife Kathy of Dalhart, TX; her sister, Ethel Cobb and her husband Walt of Red Owl, SD; two brothers, Warren Mann and his wife Jessie of Fox Island, WA and Vernon Mann and his wife Thalia of Amargosa Valley, NV; five grandchildren: Brady Malcolm and wife Rachel of Olympia, WA, Doug Malcolm and wife Janet of Spokane, WA, Trent Monk and his wife Micah of Amarillo, TX, Travis Monk of Amarillo, TX, Toree Winchell of Dalhart, TX; four great-grandchildren; Many special nieces, nephews and friends.
In lieu of flowers the family suggests that donations be made to American Legion Auxiliary Scholarship Fund C/O 1st National Bank, Logan NM 88426 or another Scholarship Fund of choice.
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