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July 19, 2018

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April 7, 2016
It was with sadness that we learned of Shirley's passing. We enjoyed meeting with her at family gatherings and several times at the Bach Festival in Mt. Angel. I (Joann Gribble) also remember playing a round of golf with her and Aunt Myrtle at the Bandon Golf Course when she was a teenager. She and I were not very good, but Aunt Myrtle was gracious to us and we had a good time. Our love is with you at the difficult time. Cousin Joe Gribble and Joann Gribble
March 31, 2016
Shirley was such a bright light. We managed to survive dog classes together for almost 4 years. Stanley and I miss seeing her and Nala.
March 15, 2016
My deepest condolences to the family Shirley was such a kind person She will be missed here at Soapy Paws
March 13, 2016
From Shirley's classmates at Lake Oswego High School--We each have special memories of our times with Shirley in our teen years. Miles, occupations and family needs caused distances in our relationship as adults. High school years are special times and Shirley contributed something of herself to all of us who shared classes, girlhood giggles and school dances after the ball games.