202 W. Maple Street Willard OH 44890 5/10/2009 14:00:00
202 W. Maple Street Willard OH 44890 5/11/2009 10:00:00
Shirley Jean Wolfe, age 71, of Willard, Ohio passed away peacefully at her home Friday, May 8, 2009. She was born October 21, 1937 to the late Glen and Anna (Yacob) Clem. Following graduation from high school, she attended Bowling Green University where she received her Bachelor in Education. While at Bowling Green she joined the Chi Omega Sorority on campus. Following college she taught in Willard for one year, Margareta for one year, Bowling Green for one year and finished her career with the Garfield Heights City Schools, retiring after 34 years. She was a member of the Eastern Star, Ohio Education Association and the Willard Presbyterian Church.
She is survived by her husband Robert G. Wolfe whom she wed on August 20, 1960 and one sister, Betty A. Dwy of Willard.
She is preceded in death by her parents
Friends may call on Sunday, May 10, 2009 at the Secor Funeral Home in Willard, Ohio from 2-5 P.M. where the funeral will be at on Monay, May 11, 2009 at 10 A.M. with Pastor Brian Peltoma officiating. Burial will follow at the Trinity Lutheran Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made out to the Arthritis Foundation and Scleroderma Foundation. Online condolences may be made to the family at www.secorfuneralhomes.com
Bob, Roger Keller and I are so sorry to hear about Shirley, she and I were cheerleaders together and she was a great person Our Heartfilled Sympathy goes to you and the family.
Bob: You have our heart felt sympathy, we just saw it in the paper today.
Dear Bob, I am very sorry to hear about your loss of Shirley. She was a wonderful, courageous person enlight of all her health problems. All the years she was my patient, I always hoped that I would be as strong as her if I have to face half the issues she did. I miss you both. I enjoyed your friendship, conversations and inspirations over the years. My best wishes for you, Bob and also my deepest sympathy for your loss. Pam Faehnrich (Dr. Greenwood)
Dear Bob, I am sssoooo sorry. I read it in the paper this morning. I hadn’t see her at her sister’s lately and wondered how she was doing. What a terrific couple you kids were. I remember you in High School. Altho I was from Michigan and married already, I used to see you kids, and knew then you were in love. What a terrific husband you were for her. God Bless You Bob, love, marilyn
I was saddened yesterday to hear from Ginger, that Shirley had passed away. I know your sense of loss must be beyond measure, and my heart goes out to you. I admired and respected Shirley so very much for the long and courageous battle she bravely fought against that terrible disease.
Ginger, Harlene, Nancy and I spent alot of time on the phone yesterday, and although Nancy and I can’t be there for her services, Harlene and Ginger will carry our love and our light to guide her home.
In my mind, she will always be our Homecoming Queen, smiling and beautiful, who couldn’t wait til after the game to be with her handsome and charming Bob.
You and Betty will remain in my prayers.
Sincerly, and with love, Ann