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Shirley Lyons

July 03, 1927 - March 24, 2011


Boulger Funeral Home

Shirley Lyons

July 03, 1927 - March 24, 2011


Shirley L. Lyons, 83, of West Fargo, ND passed away March 24, 2011 after a brief hospitalization.

Shirley loved to read, work crossword puzzles and travel to visit loved ones and friends. She was well loved by all whose lives she touched.

She is survived by two daughters: Debbra (Fred) Brown and Ronda (John) Solheim both of Astoria, OR. Five grandchildren: Richard W. Toler, Shyrlee (Scott) Van Dam, Michael (Nancy) Solheim, Scot (Ester) Solheim, and Valaree Solheim. Eight granchildren. One brother, Ken (Pat) Pearce of Cypress, CA. Numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins.

 She will be laid to rest in a private family service at Summitt Cemetery in Mt. Vernon, MO


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  1. Kenny Epperson says:

    Mount Vernon MOPastor doing her memorial

  2. Mike & Fern O'Dor says:

    Portage IndianaYou will be missed.
    Love You!

  3. Brenda Brendlinger says:

    Deb, I’m so sorry about the passing of your mom, my thoughts are with you and your family. Love,Brenda

  4. Gayle Wiesner says:

    Shirley was my mother’s cousin. We met her during her visits to Arizona and California, and always enjoyed conversing with her. Her energy and cheerfulness were inspiring to me.

  5. Lisa Ponder-Gilby says:

    I met Shirley at my momther-in- law Marion Gilby’s 75th birthday party, in North Carolina. Marion and Shirley were cosigns. Shirley was a very delightful, kind and adventurous person. She always kept in contact with us to let her know of her travels and family updates. She was someone I thoroughly admired and I hope I have as much of an adventurous spirit as she did. She will really be missed.

  6. Carolann says:

    I will miss you my dear cousin and traveling buddy as we had many good times running around the country together. You were truly a blessing in my life and I will always be happy I could be a part of yours. My memories of our times together will remain with me forever, and you leave a void no one else can fulfill. Until we meet again.

  7. Kenalee Lasswell says:

    I love you Aunt Shirley! You will be greatly missed. Thank you for blessing my life.

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