Shirley Ann Schultz of Gregory, age 80, died due to pancreatic cancer on Tuesday, August 25, 2020, at her home with her family at her side. She was born April 25, 1940, in Garden City, Michigan, the daughter of Norbert & Eveline Gladys (Kline) Schultz.

Shirley was proud that she went back to Stockbridge High School and graduated in 1987. She worked at Chelsea Retirement Community for over 30 years as a receptionist. When she wasn't at CRC, she was at home enjoying her pond.

Survivors include her three children, Michael (Lisa) Taylor of Flat Rock, Sherry (Donald Morris) Taylor of Gregory, Troy (Lori) Taylor of TX; 11 grandchildren, Heather Reppert, Sara Denton, Collin Grissom, Codie Grissom, Tanner Taylor, Jensen Taylor, Troy “TJ” Taylor Jr, Jylian Taylor, James Taylor, Jennifer McCallum, Johnny Gearin; 3 brothers, Russel Schultz, Paul Kline, Gordon Kline; 18 great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews; and her Chelsea Retirement Community family.

The family will receive friends Saturday, September 12, at Veterans Park in Chelsea, 1-4 p.m. A memorial service will be held at 3:00 p.m. with Rev. Dr. Julie J. Kilmer officiating. To make a donation in Shirley's memory, please click this link: a Go Fund Me for Pancreatic Cancer. Arrangements by Cole Funeral Chapel, Chelsea.

 

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#3 Ginger Sissom 2020-09-12 21:43
I worked with Shirley at CRC for several years. She was a kind and caring person, loved by both staff and residents. I remember she liked to stay busy at the front desk and would often ask if anyone had projects for her. I was very sorry to learn of her passing. My sympathy to her family!
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#2 Dorothy Rosentreter 2020-09-11 13:28
Shirley was a good friend. I worked with her at dapco. After she retired Iwould often see her around Cheksea and she alwats greeted me with a hug. Sometimes Iwould go visit her at CRC and have lunch. I was just thinking about her recenlty and the saw her obit. I did not know she was sick. She would give me plants , hostas and teach me how to take care of them. She also helped me with my goldfish tank and after they got to big she took them and put them in her pond. She was sweet kind and silly. Im so glad to have known her. My condolences and sympathy to the family.
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#1 Sheri 2020-09-04 13:52
I am so sorry to hear about Shirley’s passing I enjoyed talking with her and giving treats to Scooby.
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