ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Shirley Fell. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Tracey Matthew's Cyr on April 27, 2021
Shirley I remember all the laughs we had and your beautiful smile we will cherish all the memories ❤rest in peace Shirley, our sincere condolences to the family
Posted by Jennifer Hogan on April 20, 2021
Aunt Shirley, I am sorry that I didn’t call you on your birthday. I thought of it and I have a ton of excuses why I didn’t call. I have comfort in knowing you spoke with Christine. Perhaps she gave you an update on all the family in Regina? I will always remember the loving, beautiful and vibrant woman you were. Rest In Peace Aunt Shirley. You will never be forgotten! ❤️
Posted by Christine Fehr on April 18, 2021
Aunty Shirley, I feel so honoured to have talked to you just weeks before your passing. I will always remember your big laugh, they way you had your own sayings to describe a situation and how you loved my mom. I so enjoyed hearing the stories you told about the two of you and how you "drove Marlene crazy". It was so warming to hear you lovingly speak about all the grandchildren and hearing you list-off each and everyone so lovingly. I will cherish how you were so proud of each of them. Take care of your sister up there for me. My mom will have missed you. And when you do sit and chat, don't forget to put the "tea'ya on." So much love to you.
Posted by Robert MacDonald on April 18, 2021
Dear Shirley,
You will be missed beyond explanation.
It was years ago that you welcomed me into your family, then into your beautiful home when I needed it most. For years I have thought how lucky I was to have met both you and Jack. You both treated me like a family member, something that I have never forgotten. I just want to say “Thank you”.
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Posted by Tracey Matthew's Cyr on April 27, 2021
Shirley I remember all the laughs we had and your beautiful smile we will cherish all the memories ❤rest in peace Shirley, our sincere condolences to the family
Posted by Jennifer Hogan on April 20, 2021
Aunt Shirley, I am sorry that I didn’t call you on your birthday. I thought of it and I have a ton of excuses why I didn’t call. I have comfort in knowing you spoke with Christine. Perhaps she gave you an update on all the family in Regina? I will always remember the loving, beautiful and vibrant woman you were. Rest In Peace Aunt Shirley. You will never be forgotten! ❤️
Posted by Christine Fehr on April 18, 2021
Aunty Shirley, I feel so honoured to have talked to you just weeks before your passing. I will always remember your big laugh, they way you had your own sayings to describe a situation and how you loved my mom. I so enjoyed hearing the stories you told about the two of you and how you "drove Marlene crazy". It was so warming to hear you lovingly speak about all the grandchildren and hearing you list-off each and everyone so lovingly. I will cherish how you were so proud of each of them. Take care of your sister up there for me. My mom will have missed you. And when you do sit and chat, don't forget to put the "tea'ya on." So much love to you.
her Life

Jack & Shirley - The beginning

Downtown Toronto, the weekend, Shirley meets a handsome fellow named Jack.  The year is 1955, and they date off and on, and eventually fall I love.  January 12, 1957, they tie the knot, a big wedding at St. Joseph’s Cathedral.  After the ceremony and reception they wisped off to New York City for their honeymoon.  It was long before Jack and Shirley were parents to their first born, a girl, Colleen Magdalene, born May 27th, one day after Dad’s arrived!birthday!  Then came Kathleen Ann, and Brenda Louise, and if three girls weren’t enough, ten years  later Lisa Mae arrived! And the Fell family was complete

The Early Years

January 23, 1937, the day Shirley Pauline Yuryk came into this word!  Proud parents, Thelma and Paul Yuryk of Winnipeg.  First born, but soon to come, elder sister to Marlene, Christopher, Debbie and Tracey.  Growing up mom took care of her siblings, especially Chris, who she was like a mother to.  She moved to Toronto at a young age, went to school, raised Roman Catholic, was baptized, had her First Holy Communion and Confirmation.  In her early years mom worked for Consumers Gas and the bank.   She spent her weekends with her best friend Yvonne, going to dances, Roller Skating and sipping soda’s, then she met Jack, and the real story began..
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Shared by Colleen Langley on April 19, 2021
I wake up each day and ask myself how can you be gone. My logical side tells me we had you for 84 years and you had a good life. You told me your wish was to see your children, grandchildren and great grandchildren and you couldn’t ask God for more. You told me you were ready. But I wasn’t ready. 
Each day I thank God for giving me the gift of being with you a few days before you passed. That I got to hold your hand. That I got to tell you I loved you. I know you are with Aunt Marlene and Chris and our loved ones that are gone. I know you are looking over us. 

You were a driving force in our family. You were my mom and I will miss you for the rest of my life. I love you.

Mom

Shared by Lisa Fell on April 18, 2021
There are so many stories, memories and happy times to remember.  My mother was beautiful, loving, caring and funny.  She was always there for me throughout my entire 52 years.  She made me laugh, she took care of me and my boys, but most of all she loved us more than anything in this world.

I miss you mom, I will always love you and I can’t wait to hug and kiss you again x