27 October , 1935 – 9 April , 2019
GIBBONS-HENNESSEY, Shirley Lillian
Mrs. Shirley Gibbons-Hennessey late of Barrhead formerly of Calgary, Alberta passed away on April 9, 2019 at the age of 83 years. With her family by her side she went to be with the Lord. She is lovingly remembered by her children, Bonnie (Larry) Perkins, Darlene (Wayne) Gross, Donna (Corbin) Jackson, John (AC) Gibbons, Les Gibbons and Nancy Gibbons; Step children, Barry (Sandy) Hennessey, Derrick Hennessey, Kim (Fran) Hennessey, Robbie Hennessey, Fraser Hennessey, Terri (Gordon) Bowie and Criss Schraffrick; also many special grand children great grandchildren family members and dear friends. Shirley is predeceased by her Husband John Hennessey; Parents Charles & Lily Prosser; daughter Geraldine Gibbons; grandson Tyrel Jackson; 4 Sisters Gladys Henderson, Marion Burton, Neva Johns, Eileen Lea. Memorial Service to be held at Barrhead Bethel Church Saturday April 13, 2019 at 4:00 pm with Pastor Dave Findlay officiating, Interment to follow at a later date in Calgary. In lieu of flowers, donation are gratefully accepted directly to S.T.A.R.S. Expressions of sympathy may be forwarded to the family by visiting www.rosegardenchapel.com Rose Garden Chapel, Barrhead, Alberta 780.674.4644
- Memorial Service Saturday, 13 April , 2019
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19 April 2019
Mom, I will miss you for the rest of my living years. I will always remember all the trips and adventures that we took. The laughs we shared when one of us would do something silly. The many drives to the city trying to eat eclairs without getting whip cream all over our faces. It was almost impossible for me to stay clean as I was driving. She would think that was funny as she took the little bites. But somehow she always ended up with more on her face than I did. Well she might of had a little help. Lol
Love You, Miss You Momma Bear!
12 April 2019
I remember all the good times growing up , your mom in our backyard having iced tea, and the time she took my mom for a drink and she was looped when she got home, going and visiting the acreage where the horses were, some many good childhood memories, and when I became older, she was always there to listen and give advice. My mom thought the world of her and so did we all. I am so sorry for your family's loss I know how much she will me missed.