James Paul Shelledy
January 6, 1921 - October 28, 2015
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James Paul Shelledy, age 94, of Willard, MO, passed away Wednesday, October 28, 2015 at Manor At Elfindale after a long blessed life, with his daughters’ by his side. He was born January 6, 1921, in Willard, MO, to Charles and Ethel (Trantham) Shelledy. He was retired from Frisco Railroad after 37 years. He served…

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kim bruner left a message on November 3, 2015:
I didnt know Paul long but he had a lasting impression on me as well as his daughters Kathy and Paula. I loved taking care of your father and very blessed to have gotten to know him and his family. He will be missed.
Renee Howard left a message on November 3, 2015:
Kathy, So sorry about the loss of your dad, thinking of you, John and Renee Howard
David Blackwell left a message on November 1, 2015:
Jim, So sorry to hear about your dad passing. He was a good man. Always enjoyed working with him. David Blackwell
Adam shelledy left a message on October 31, 2015:
My grandpa shelledy was one of two of the men that I looked up to in my life. Now I have lost both of them. My grandpa shelledy was an amazing grandpa,father and husband. The love and respect that he showed my grandma was unbelievable and the bases for how I have tried to be not only with my wife but with my kids as well. I know that I have not always done well with that but have always strived to. It is because of grandpa’s influence that I have turned out to be the man I am today. I will always remember what he would tell me two things 1) that there was always more then one way to skin a cat 2) and I loved this the most EASY DOES IT. I love you grandpa. I’ll be seeing you in the funny papers.
Monica left a message on October 29, 2015:
Thank you my dear Grandparents for being solid cornerstones of my life, the love I saw you live and give each other as husband and wife and you gave unselfishly to your family. The arms of my Grandmother were always opened in love and Grandpa spent time with a little girl who thought he was 10 feet tall. Thank you Grandpa for the service to this nation, who will John call now on Veteran’s Day and say, “thank you!” A chapter has ended, the fairy tale is over, I will see you both soon in Paradise, see you in the funny paper! So much love and respect, Monica
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Lori and David left a message on October 29, 2015:
Shelley, We are so sorry for your loss. Fond memories will fill the void of losing your grandpa, whom we know you loved very much. We are thinking of you at this hard time. We love you Sugar Booger! Lori and Dave
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