Shelley Anne MUELLER

12 March, 195125 February, 2021

Shelley Anne Mueller passed away February 25, 2021 at the age of 69 after a very brief battle with cancer. She is lovingly remembered by her partner of 32 years and the love of her life, Charles Gagne. Shelley will also be missed by her children Warren (Shelley), April (Monty), Steve (Tammy), BJ (Rafael), Neil (Darlene), Lynn, Brian (Robyn), Karen (Peter), Dennis (Donna), and 23 grandchildren.

Shelley was born in Basingstoke England on March 12, 1951. She was the oldest of Richard and Joan Dew’s six children and came to Canada as a young woman. After much travel across the country, she finally settled in Radway with her children 35 years ago where she met Charles. She found great fulfillment working with the seniors at the Radway Long Term Care Center. Shelley was an avid reader and patron of the Radway Library and requests that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to the library in her name.

Thank you to the amazing staff at the Redwater Health Care Centre that made Shelley’s last few weeks comfortable. There will be a small service for immediate family, and a celebration of life later if COVID allows. She has been cremated and will be laid to rest with Charles in the Gagne family plot in Tofield when it is his time to join the Lord.


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Shelley Anne MUELLER

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Richard and Rose Marie Homik

11 March 2021

Charles and family,
We were saddened to read about Shelley's passing. We got to meet her at Radway Continuing Care when Richard's mom was a resident there. Many nice conversations took place. Shelley was always in a good and happy mood. Sure the residents appreciated that as well. May your fond memories and all the happy times shared help comfort you at this time. Our condolences go out to all the family.
Richard and Rose Marie Homik

Joanne Weeks

3 March 2021

I loved working with Shelley! She was an amazing woman with a great sense of humour! She had a wonderful connection with the staff and patients. Loved her to bits. Shelley will be missed!

Frances Tkachyk

3 March 2021

My deepest sympathy to Shelley’s family . Shelly was one of my dearest friends for many years. When my husband Gary passed away last year she was my rock. We chatted many times during the last year. The last time being about two weeks ago when she called me and we chatted about many things . I didn’t know it was the last time but we laughed and cried together and then we said good bye. I am so sorry that we have lost such a wonderful lady.