Shirley M. Bourgeois

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Shirley Marie Mahy Bourgeious born November 11, 1943 in Houston, Texas went to be with her Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ on August 17, 2012 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She was preceded in death by her parents and life long friends Margaret and Judy. Shirley is survived by her children Tammy and husband Lloyd Jarrell of Conroe, Michelle Ritchey of Conroe and Dwayne Ritchey Of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Her grandchildren Kyle McKinney,Matthew Hendrickson, Holly and husband Larry Shepherd, Joesph and wife Paige Bazan,Timothy McKinney, David Jarrell and great grandchildren, Larry Shepherd Jr., Ayden Bazan,Elijah Shepherd and Kaleb Bazan who is due to arrive in October. Shirley spent nearly 30 years at St.Joseph Hospital in Downtown Houston Texas and 10 years at the Department of Health and Human Services in Conroe Texas. Shirley had an excellent work ethic which everyone around her appreciated and respected. God blessed Shirley with creativity, she loved to bake in her younger years, making her grandchildren birthday cakes (which included Raggedy Ann and Big Bird characters) and many,many batches of ranger cookies for her family to enjoy at Christmas time. She loved to crochet and do other needle point, she blessed many of her family and friends with beautiful blankets, afghans,patchwork baby blankets and bed spreads. Shirley spent her retirement years in Albuquerque New Mexico, she loved the beautiful postcard view of the mountains displayed in her very own front yard. Shirley's biggest regret was she would not see her great grandchildren growing up. She wished to be Cremated. The family will be holding a small,private celebration of her life at a later date.
Published on yourconroenews.com from Aug. 20 to Sept. 2, 2012