ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Shelley Hunt. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Angie Dell on May 14, 2019
I am shocked and saddened by the sudden loss of Shelley. I have worked with her for many years and I could always count on her for a chuckle. My heart goes out to her family during this difficult time. She will be missed.
Posted by Denise Szablewski on May 14, 2019
Shelley was a great pleasure to work with. She worked hard to find out answers needed in order to bill. She was a person of belief "she can overcome." She will never be forgotten. I think and pray for you, Christopher, in these difficult times.
Posted by Natalie Martin on May 13, 2019
I truly enjoyed working with Shelley. We often exchanged laughs, sighs and "Ugh's" over email when trying to work through challenges. Her phone calls always made me laugh. I will miss her, but I believe she is now at peace and will be watching over all of us.
To Chris and the rest of the family - I know this must be so difficult. I will continue praying for your comfort and peace. Shelley's bright light will continue shining through each person she touched.
Posted by Ada Thompson on May 13, 2019
My condolences to Chris and family. I have fond memories of working with Shelley at ECS. We have worked on a couple of projects together. Shelley was knowledgeable, and her work ethic was second to none. She was always kind, positive and a joy to work with.  She will be fondly remembered by our ECS family. My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family.
Posted by Tameca Stewart on May 13, 2019
Dear Chris,
Sending my condolences to you and your family during this time of grief. I worked with Shelley on a few occasions and must say her work ethics are astounding. She will be missed.
Posted by Julie Johnson on May 13, 2019
Shelley, you will be missed deeply. We worked together off and on projects at ECS over the years. You could always be depended on accuracy and timeliness. My favorite in person memory is the same as Cindy K, waiting out that snow storm after our ECS Christmas Party before you returned to Texas.  We got to laugh and learn about the personal Shelley and your fury friends. Our time was truly special. Please know you and your family and Chris are in my prayers for comfort and peace. You will always be with us.  Julie J
Posted by Paula Phillips on May 13, 2019
Dear Chris and family,
I send my heartfelt condolences to you in this time of grief. I did not work with Shelley much, however; it was always a pleasure to see her at our company meetings in Dublin and catch up with a smile and a laugh. She was a cornerstone here at ECS and she will be greatly missed by co-workers and clients. May you find comfort in knowing she did not suffer and that she is at rest with the Risen Lord. God Bless you each day as you move forward and continue to honor Shelley.
Posted by Beth Day on May 13, 2019
Although I had only worked with Shelley for a few months, I have to say I will never forget the impression she left with me. Knowing that I was new to ECS, she would email me her requests with smiley faces and little haha's that would make me smile even on the tough days. Talking with fellow colleagues, I know that her legacy at ECS will never be forgotten. My prayers and thoughts will be with you and your family. May the memories you have with Shelley last a lifetime.
Posted by Maria Vaughn on May 13, 2019
I am so shocked and sad to hear of Shelley's passing. We just never know when we will speak last to someone. This is a reminder to always treat people with kindness and appreciation of them.  I worked with Shelley at ECS and she was always kind and willing to take the time to help if you had a question.  She will certainly be missed in our work family. I personally will always remember the day she left this world as it was my birthday.  Every year on that day she will be in my thoughts.  I will think of her laughter and smile. Rest in Peace Shelley.
Posted by Cindy Koehler on May 13, 2019
Shelley and I worked together on a couple of crazy facilities and kept each other from going nuts. She is notorious for her work ethic and laugh. We also sat together during a snowstorm after one of our Christmas meetings and I got to know a side of Shelley that had previously been hidden. I then found out first hand why everyone talked about her laugh, humor, and love of animals. She kept me entertained with her stories as we waited for the storm to subside. This is such a loss to all of us here at ECS as well as her clients that she served diligently.  She will be missed.
Posted by Patricia Jackson on May 13, 2019
It was an honor working with Shelley although it was not for a long time, it was still quite enjoyable. She was very kind to me, and we had quite a chuckle about sleep studies. Shelley was brave in all that she faced. When we ask God why, we wait for an answer because in our grief and sometimes anger we want an answer. Then he holds us tight and reminds us our loved ones, are free of pain, worry and have arrived in such a beautiful place our questions tend to calm our hearts. Chris, may you find peace in knowing Shelley was had many friends who will also miss her, but we know she is at peace!
Posted by Michelle Hardy on May 12, 2019
I have known Shelley for almost 13 years now as we have worked together at ECS. Shelley was such a bright light for me while I was battling cancer. She would send me cards, small gifts and call just to check on me and boost my spirits. Shelley was such a fighter and encouraged me daily to do the same. She helped to make my cancer experience more tolerable with her wonderful laugh and all her support. Shelley touched so many lives while working with Chemo Angels and gave so many others the same support she gave me. Shelley truly had a heart of gold. Shelly was always such a hard worker and the most organized person I've ever met. We will all miss her so much. All my love and prayers for Chris and the Hunt family.
Posted by Pam Ostroske on May 12, 2019
It's so hard to believe that Shelley isn't with us anymore. I will always remember Shelley for her wonderful laugh, her tremendous work ethic and her courage during her very difficult medical battles. She never complained, she met every deadline, and she kept her great sense of humor no matter what life tossed her way. We both loved our dogs and shared funny stories about them.  We were all lucky to work with Shelley. She will forever be a part of ECS and always in our hearts. My deepest sympathy to Christopher and to her family.
Posted by Sunshine Frye on May 12, 2019
We are deeply saddened by the sudden loss of our colleague and friend. There will forever be a hole in our ECS family that cannot be replaced. I'm grateful to know that she's at peace and with our Lord.
Posted by KATHY YOST-LINGEL on May 11, 2019
Our time working together was not long but I could always trust Shelley to be on top of things. She had a great laugh and we all did not get to hear it enough. My deepest sympathies to Shelley's family.
Posted by Cheryl Wahl on May 11, 2019
I was so shocked to hear about Shelley's sudden passing. But I want you to know she won't be forgotten! Shelley had one of the best laughs I have ever heard and I tried to get her to laugh just to hear it whenever I could! She was such a hard worker and she was a pleasure to work with. We will all miss her at ECS!
Cheryl Wahl
Posted by Leslie Babineaux on May 11, 2019
Shelley and I both worked for ECS for many years. I didn't know her well, but once I shared an office with her for about a month while she was in Dublin. She was a pleasure to be around, a wealth of knowledge, and a great person. Sadly, we will all miss Shelley.
My deepest sympathy to her family.
Posted by Lea Blume on May 11, 2019
Unfortunately, I didn't know Shelly as well as I'd have liked to. I know that she was one of the original worker bees that has made ECS the great company it is today. I worked with Shelly for a short period of time while another co-worker was on maternity leave. Shelly was always very kind in answering any and all questions I had.  On several occasions, we talked about her love of vacationing at the lake. I also have one very funny memory of Shelly. During one of our Christmas parties-specifically, the White Elephant gift exchange, Shelly stole a hysterical gift (one I had brought), away from its original recipient, clutching it tightly in her hands as all the women in the party roared. During our good-bye as we hugged, Shelly told me she hadn't laughed so hard in a long time, and thanked me. That-memory of Shelly, I will never forget.
Posted by Roxie Howard on May 11, 2019
Shelley and I worked together for over 13 years at ECS. She was always so patient, kind and sweet, even in the most trying situations with our clients.   
I will miss our conversations about our four-legged children and vacations.
My deepest sympathies to Chris and their family during this time.
Posted by Tammy Davis on May 11, 2019
Shelley was one of the first to greet me when I began my career with ECS. She and I shared a huge love for animals.
My job at ECS is to assist with problem claims and she and I would laugh because she always had the biggest and best! Every time I was able to help her solve one she was always so appreciative. She always made me feel good.
I will miss our talks. Those emails that I have from her are now treasured memories.
Thank you for being you my friend. We will sorely miss you. We will take it from here.

To the entire Hunt family my deepest sympathies.
Posted by Natalie O’Hara on May 11, 2019
I was a Cathedral High School classmate of Shelley’s, I am so sorry to hear about her passing. Shelley was always such a sweet girl with a pretty smile! I remember how far she drove to school each day. 
I’m not surprised to read of her success and happiness in life and work. She will be missed!
All the best,
Natalie (Hessong) O’Hara
Cathedral Class of ‘85
Posted by Gina R on May 10, 2019
I met Shelley years ago through work, and it was her sense of humour, intelligence, and kindness that made her my friend. Occasionally, something will trigger a (usually humorous) memory from those times, and I am reminded of how much fun we had. I've enjoyed keeping up with her life and watching her compassionate care of people and animals. I'm thankful I got to know her and my heartfelt condolences to her loved ones.
Posted by Roseann Hayes on May 10, 2019
I am saddened by the passing of Shelley. I have worked with Shelley for many years. It has been hard this week seeing past emails that I had received from her. Some of the emails contained words of kindness and appreciation. Shelley was a hard worker and always willing to answer questions or give help when needed. I remember Shelley, at a work meeting, sharing her cancer experiences. She was open to discuss and share the knowledge that she had gained, so that she could give help to others. Shelley truly cared about others. My prayers are for comfort, for all of us, as we grieve the loss of a family member, friend and coworker.
Posted by Veronica Hunt on May 8, 2019
May Shelley’s soul shine as bright and beautiful in heaven as she did here on earth. She will be sorely missed by all. May her light of life burn bright and always bring light to her husband of 24 years Christopher. God bless you Shelley as he holds you gently in his hands now
Posted by Cindy Dunne on May 8, 2019
Yesterday we lost our friend, colleague, and family member.  For those of us who were fortunate enough to know and work with Shelley, we appreciated her kindness, fun personality, and many special qualities. This was in addition to her outstanding work ethic and quality - not to mention her organizational skills! Shelley never missed a target date (most of which she set herself!)  She was conscientious, driven, and made sure her quality and service was at the highest standard.
Shelley's beauty, fun laugh, and smile will remain in our hearts and mind forever.  We love you Shelley and we will miss you each and every day. There will never be another you and we are thankful and fortunate that you were part of our lives. Always & Forever, Cindy Dunne

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Posted by Angie Dell on May 14, 2019
I am shocked and saddened by the sudden loss of Shelley. I have worked with her for many years and I could always count on her for a chuckle. My heart goes out to her family during this difficult time. She will be missed.
Posted by Denise Szablewski on May 14, 2019
Shelley was a great pleasure to work with. She worked hard to find out answers needed in order to bill. She was a person of belief "she can overcome." She will never be forgotten. I think and pray for you, Christopher, in these difficult times.
Posted by Natalie Martin on May 13, 2019
I truly enjoyed working with Shelley. We often exchanged laughs, sighs and "Ugh's" over email when trying to work through challenges. Her phone calls always made me laugh. I will miss her, but I believe she is now at peace and will be watching over all of us.
To Chris and the rest of the family - I know this must be so difficult. I will continue praying for your comfort and peace. Shelley's bright light will continue shining through each person she touched.
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Shared by Thomas Dunne on May 8, 2019

Shelley was a graduate of the University of Dayton and an avid Dayton Flyer and Ohio State fan.  As a 13-year breast cancer survivor, she was an advocate for fellow survivors and women going through the challenges of the disease through her participation in “Chemo Angels.”  Her compassion for others was evident in the children she “adopted” through Compassion International and her annual gifts to “adopted” children at Christmas. 

Shelley loved her fur babies of all shapes and sizes especially her beloved, Murphy who was constantly by her side.  Sharing her lake house and cruising on the water with those she loved brought her immense joy.  The most precious time was when she was with her family and friends.   Her infectious laugh could be heard while playing cards, games of all kinds and bingo. 

Time spent traveling on cruises and destinations which included the beach were among her favorites.  Wine tours, tastings and sharing these experiences with her family and friends were some of her most treasured memories. 

Her career spanned 21 years with ECS Solutions out of Ohio and her newest passion was real estate investing and rental property development. 

Shelley will be missed by all who knew and loved her.