- September 2, 1941 - April 5, 2011
- Baltimore, Maryland
of Shirley's Passing
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“Shirley was a good person and good people are hard to find ... we keep them and their memory close ... Shirley will be one of ours. Mike and Judie...Read More »
1 of 2 | Posted by: Michael Greenway - Baltimore, MD
“Dave you and your family are in my prayers. Miss Shirley was the sweetest person I've met and I know Emma & Jacob adored her. She will be missed.
2 of 2 | Posted by: Wanda - Baltimore, MD
The beauty in her smile, the first look into her eyes is the clue to whom my honey was. We have worked long hard hours, Jesus be with us, Dear God in the name of Jesus. The works that we have done is handed down only by the Master and the work best reflects nothing more but the best that can be done. Just like in mourning time, flowers blooming, it already reminds me of you. You know in Gods path we couldn't see what was coming, no one could have known. But we stand fast, and we will always continue to live in Gods path, walk with Jesus, and again light the candle to where we can be together again. Make no mistake, Shirley and I were masters of the game. She was very smart witty and most of all a very clever fighter. She knew about love being insuperable, much different than someone pretending to be a white knight. But she never got tired of the game. Shirley owned and bred trotter horses, and was affiliated with all aspects in the breeding industry. She was a expert with the saddle soap (tack) and she rode the sulky, transported her stable and could with ease, back a horse and hitch down a highway ramp. Her favorite was her craft at this, she was highly skilled. In any degrees and aspects, she was a expert on a Singer Trendy sewing machine. Making jeans, pillows, quilts and had the capacity to operate most craft machines. Openly free and in love, we have traveled endlessly. Everwhere and most avenues a monument to our passing. This is hard, because it seems everywhere and most avenues a monument to our passing. This is hard, because it seems everywhere she lives own and now its good. Please, can i hear a Amen. Dear God in the names of Jesus. Shirley retired from the Department of Mental hygiene in up state New York, Wyssace. She was a Farmville, Virginian graduate, and had many special degrees and interest, plu specialized in the field of antiquity. And by rights was alocal socialite amongst friends and thru certain affiliations. Like all stars, Shirley wanted for nothing, and had what the rich and famous people had or have had. This was provided including unbounded love that still endures on. Shirley will never be forgotten. She has taught me that there can be no missteps in time. If you knew Shirley she always taught you or could show you the way to be better to stand above the rrest, and to be all you can be. The lord has created no forever speciment. So at tis point we will let Shirley go, and continue to fly high and free. Just like they say just like its meant to be, just like it rains great heavens today. Eyes right! Shirley marches on. This day and forever. My love, David. Shirley Johnson Stanton is survived by: her husband and dedicated and devoted for 33 years of extraordinary fun. She also had many nieces and nephews, plus a devoted sister, Mrs Rosalie Walker and family whom she was raised by the late Wilson and Daisy Hughes. Bless and salvation to the family. Special affects to her namesake Mrs Shirley Jones daughter of her late sister, Mrs. Pauline Wiley and Sylvia Wiley. greetings and reading to the love of the Miss Cathera Valentine and physicians worker Derrick Stanton, Donald Jackson cousin, Kathy White Carolyn and Ray Allston, for so much support, Jane and Tony the Moorse Family; friends of so many years, the Wilson Family, the Kent Family, Claudi Lenssy Family, Ray of Hope Baptist, the Rev. Carolyne Reves Castlleo, special effect to bed side confidant, Mrs Kim Turner, the respectable Mrs. Dawnetta Sodopa, for all your support which we came to for most need and support, long time friend, Mrs Kim Hill (Bank of America) Love Always (T-Rowe Price) and H. Birkmayer for finance and more. The Dimmartinos, great special friend, Miss Sarha Majjette, and Ford Family, Mrs Barbra Baines, Luke Gains, Henrietta Bell, Rev. T.C. Colman and Mrs. Allgene, the Great Family of Mrs. Jannie Tiny Brown, Suntrust Bank, Safeway of Laurelville, the Red Canoe, Giovanc, John Dopin Antique of Kentucky. The Thomas Family of Middleburg, VA, Susan Sheffeld Taylor family, Mrs. Spears and all Middleburg entity, the loving family members of the Darks Belinda and Friends of Monmouth County NJ area of South Jersey and Collinswood, Red Bank, Long Branch Asbuy Park, ect. Columbia, Ellicott City, Howard county, Capital Heights, Clinton MD, Montgomery County, Roland Park, Luthevelle, Monkton, Paulin, New York, Amenia, vermont, Piccupssi up State, Laurel, Bowie, Ft. Meade and More.