At Home With Jesus!

Shared by Darlene Garrison on February 10, 2012

Shirley I Love And Miss You So Much! I Am So Glad You Are No Longer In Pain! 

Merry Christmas In Heaven

Shared by Darlene Garrison on December 25, 2011

Merry Christmas! I love and miss you so much! 

In My Heart

Shared by Darlene Garrison on December 20, 2011

My Dear Sister You Will Always Be In My Heart! 

Thinking of You!

Shared by Darlene Garrison on December 19, 2011

Sis I am thinking of you tonight, but that is noyhing new. You are always on my mind. I miss you so very much!  

My Sister In Heaven!

Shared by Darlene Garrison on November 14, 2011

I Love and miss you my sweet Sister! 

At Home With Jesus!

Shared by Darlene Garrison on November 12, 2011

Shirley I miss you so much, but I am so happy that you are not suffering and you are at home with Jesus! 

My Sister!

Shared by Darlene Garrison on November 12, 2011

I Love You Shirley! 

Davis Family

Shared by Jayne Keller on November 10, 2011

Doris Roberts, Wanda Claffey, Everett Davis, Betty Baker, Darlene Garrison, Donnie Davis, Carolyn Hundley, Gail Lobenthal and Vickie Fields together paying their respects for their wonderful, caring, loving and beautiful sister Shirley Kay Yocum.  You will be missed forever and always and never forgotten. We're so happy that you are no longer in pain and suffering but in the arms of Jesus and your wonderful parents.  We love you so much Shirley!

Breast Cancer Awareness

Shared by Jayne Keller on November 10, 2011

Wanda Claffey, Betty Baker, Darlene Garrison, Carolyn Hundley, Vickie Fields, Jayne Keller and Kira Parker supporting Breast Cancer Awareness in honor of Shirley Kay Yocum.  We love and miss you so much Aunt Shirley and we will forever more support this cause for you and many others who are or will be stricken by this horrible disease! R.I.P. my sweet Angel!

Thinking Of You

Shared by Darlene Garrison on November 6, 2011

We Love You And Miss You So Much! 

God's Garden

Shared by Darlene Garrison on November 6, 2011

 I LOVE YOU SO MUCH!

Christmas

Shared by Courtney Yocum on November 4, 2011

I remember when one year at Christmas, i was apparently on Santa's naugthy's list and i can still remember to this day that my Nanny and Papaw got me a box of rocks with sticks in it, I watched that video the other day and just about cried, Oh how i wish she was still here. I miss you nanny, you are forever and always in my heart.

Atlanta

Shared by Jayne Keller on November 1, 2011

I remember a time I visited Indiana and Carolyn had asked me to drive her van back to Florida with her and I was so nervous as I had never driven that far by myself before and you had decided to come with me.  We had so many wonderful conversations during that trip.  Then when we got to Atlanta, I was so scared because the traffic was absolutely horrible and I didn't know how I was ever going to make it through there.  You and I started singing gospel songs and you helped me watch for my lane changes.  I feel you and God helped us get through that busy city safely.  I couldn't have done it without you.  We used to do some pretty silly things when we were a lot younger and as we went into our teenage years but all and all it wasn't too bad.  We did nothing to get us into trouble and we had lots of fun.  You are truely a wonderful person and you are so lucky that God chose you to come home to him.  He also knows how truely wonderful you are as well as the rest of your huge family.  You will always be loved and sadly missed and never ever forgotten! I love you Shirley Kay!

Sissy

Shared by Vickie Davis-Fields on November 1, 2011

My sister Shirley was the 11th child of our family and I was the 12th, so we were very close growing up and got in trouble together a lot. We also had a lot of good times together...We attended church together and would spend time at our preachers house and and go on walk a thons and do all sorts of things with the church. We fought over boys and friends and we also fought for each other when someone was being mean to the other.  When I had my children, Shirley was not called Aunt Shirley, she was always "Sissy" to them. She helped me a lot with my children and especially so when I lost my son and I cannot thank her enough for that. She was a very free hearted and giving person in my opinion and I love and miss her so much!! It just does not seem possible that she does not walk this earth anymore because we were the youngest and were suppose to be here a long time but I guess cancer is not prejudice in who it attacks. She was suffering here so I guess god decided she was special enough to come on home. I love you Shirley and will always hold the memories of you close to my heart!!

My Big SIster

Shared by Peggy Manos on November 1, 2011

Shirley was more like a big sister to me than an aunt. There was only a year difference in our age. She was my playmate growing up as a child. She was my best friend as a teenage. The one that I had all of the fun with and got in trouble with. She was the one that allowed me to meet my first husband. For that I could never thank her enough. My live was so much better because of her. We took trips together. I took her to the great smokey mountains and to Florida where I repaid the favorite and she met her husband. We fished and when to the beach and had a great time. It was so much easier leaving my family up north because Shirley came down here with me. She helped me raise my children and they all loved her very much. I dearly miss her and can't get over the fact that she is gone. It just doesn't seem fair. She was so sick and I was not. I guess life is just not fair. I know that every person in your life has a purpose, She greatly enriched mine and I hope in some way that I did hers as well. Love You Shirley Kaye

 

Shirley and her phone

Shared by Wanda Claffey on October 31, 2011

Each day we, her brothers and sisters, would get a text message from Shirley.  Good morning, Sis.  I love you.  And Good night Sis, I love you.  Her phone did not have a camera, so she couldn't receive the multimedia messages I sent.  I remember how happy she was when I told her I was giving her my phone so that she could take all the pictures she wanted and send them to her family, or just have them for her little daughter to keep and look at.  Unfortunately, she was too sick to ever get to use that phone.  I miss you so much, Shirley! 

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