John-Shelley-Obituary

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John Palmer "J.P." Shelley

Memphis, Tennessee

Jun 28, 1971 – Oct 4, 2013

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June 28, 1971
DIED
October 4, 2013
LOCATION
Memphis, Tennessee

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John Palmer (J.P.) Shelley, 42, of Piperton, TN, passed away on October 4, 2013. Born in Memphis, TN, J.P. graduated from Germantown High School and attended Mississippi State University. J.P. leaves behind his loving wife of nearly 19 years, Beverly, son Palmer, daughter Emme (nicknamed "KoKo"...

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I can t tell you how hurt I am to learn,just today of the death of our John Palmer, he was such a sweet boy and
I loved him so.I am so sorry.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Margaret, Gary Campbell; Betty, Rick and Jarrett Stuckey

My deepest sympathy to all the family.

MR. SHELLEY AS I CALLED HIM WAS A VERY SPECIAL MAN
WE ALL ENJOYED HIS HUMOR AT HOME DEPOT STORE 0703 ON TRUSE PARKWAY. WE ALL AS A PRO TEAM : NATASHA SMITH TONI SAMPLE BRYAN MYERS JOEY BAILEY NIC WOODS AND CHRIS HACKETT WILL MISS HIM SO VERY MUCH. I WAS TRULY HEARTBROKEN WHEN I WAS TOLD OF THIS HORRIFIC TRAGEDY.A FEW OF US HAVE J.P.S. WRITTEN ON OUR APRONS IN HONOR OF MR. SHELLEY. HE AND I WERE JUST TALKING ABOUT KOKO AND PALMER A COUPLE DAYS BEFORE HIS LIFE WAS TRAGICALLY TAKEN.

Alexa,

So sorry to hear about this tragedy. You and J.P's family are in my prayers.

JP was a great man. What a loss to us all. The thoughts and prayers of the Rowlands and all the guys at Building Materials go out to the Shelley family. We will miss him greatly.

Dearest Alexa and Family,

We are so very sorry to hear about the sudden loss of your brother, son, spouse and father. Even thought we were not fortunate enough to have known him we want the family to know we are praying for you all. May God be with you all today and in the days to come. God Bless.

For one you have so much respect for - words do no justice. He and Bev were great neighbors. I watched both his children grow up next to me. His love and interaction with them was priceless. He will truly be missed.