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February 09, 2016
Shirley, was my "Other Mother" I Knew her since I was a wee child, and lived with her when I was growing up,
from about age eleven, until I left home. I am so grateful for all that she taught me. Shirley was very kind and compassionate. She loved animals, especially cats and dogs. She was very interested in nutrition, and health. She had a sense of style and was a huge fan of Audrey Hepburn. She was witty and had a great sense of humour. Shirley was a romantic at heart. She loved the classic films and books. She was a wonderful encouragement to me growing up, I would not be the woman I am today without her. I loved her very much, and she is sorely missed. I welcome any contact from her family in England. Anna-Leigh ~ step daughter
May 24, 2010
With memories that will never fade, and love, Colin x
April 30, 2010
Wow! I haven't seen Shirley in years. I do remember what a nice person she was. Knew her from Grace Church in SLO. My prayers go out to her family. I pray you find peace and comfort knowing she is with her Heavenly Father. God bless.
April 28, 2010
In loving memory of Auntie Shirley.
April 28, 2010
My Great Auntie Shirley welcomed me into her home for a couple of days in 2005. We had not seen each other for perhaps ten years but the trademark Harrison sense of humour was very much in evidence and we instantly became pals, with lots of poking fun happening, almost all of it in my direction. We shared trips to the sea lion colony just up the coast, a visit to Hearst Castle and she directed me towards wildlife-related walks closer to home. I had forgotten during that ten year gap how charming and absolutely hilarious she could be. My over-riding memory of that trip is being reminded of these lovely attributes and I promised myself that I would come back soon.
The following year I stayed a little bit longer and introduced her to an acquaintance, Steve, who she took to task in the most direct way about his smoking, his atheistic tendencies so on. It was marvellous! She was less able to let me take her out on excursions on this occasion, but we still had tremendous fun and I look back on this trip, the last time I was to see her as it turned out, very fondly. I loved writing to her, sending her photos and getting disapproving but very loving letters back. She was a great person to have as a Great Auntie.
Chris Harrison, Great Nephew ([email protected])

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