John W. Shelley

Westminster, Maryland


Westminster, Maryland


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John Warren Shelley, 78, of Emmitsburg, died Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2012, at home after an extended illness.Born May 16, 1933, in Baltimore, he was the son of the late John W. and Dorothy Gerwig Shelley. He was the husband of Elizabeth Fleshman Shelley, his wife of 55 years.He was a 1953 graduate of...

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To Stuart and Immediate Family,
So sorry to hear of the passing of John. I can remember when Stuart and I played little league baseball and your Dad would come early and throw the ball with us out at the Random House diamond. I am sure he will be greatly missed my condolences to all of the family. -Francis Brown

Steve and Tina, Our thoughts and prayers are with you guys. So sorry for your loss.
Bruce and Chris Devilbiss.

I am so sorry to here of this You probally won't remember me but I work with Tina, Tracy and Kevin years ago I will keep you in my Prayers and I know that Heavenly Father needed another Angel to watch over your family. Remember he not far away he always in your hearts. Margie Gee

I am so sorry for you and your families loss. My name is Charles Staub and I met him when I lived in Maryland and did a ride along when he was a state trooper. I consider him a good friend of mine and all my prayers are with you and your family in this hard time.. blessings upon you!
Charles Staub

To Betty and family,
I was so saddened to hear of Mr Shelleys passing. He was such a great person and I am glad I got to see you both over the summer at McDonalds in Emmitsburg, I have fond memories of growing up in the old neighborhood with your family. My thoughts and prayers are with you and the children and their family. I know he will be missed greatly.

In recognition of John W. Shelley's Honorable Service in the United States Marine Corps, the members of the SSgt Walter F. 'Trae' Cohee III Detachment # 115, Salisbury, MD as well as the members of the Tri-Cities Detachment # 969, Gray, TN of the Marine Corps League would like to extend our appreciation and gratitude for his service to God, Country and Corps as well as our sincere condolences to his family.


Don Elseroad
Staff Sergeant USMC (Ret)