Shirley Clinton

2 mayo , 193915 enero , 2022
 Obituario de Shirley Clinton
Services for Shirley will be hep at the Noland Road Chapel, 509 S. Noland Road, Independence, MO 64050. A visitation from 12pm to 1pm will be held Wednesday, January 26, 2022 with a funeral service will beginning at 2pm. A committal service will occur following the funeral at Parklawn Cemetery, 8251 Hillcrest, Kansas City, MO 64138. Shirley Irene Clinton, age 82, of Independence, MO, formerly of Kansas City, MO passed away unexpectedly on January 15th, 2022, at Liberty Hospital, Liberty MO. She was born on May 2, 1939, in Kansas City, MO, the daughter of Richard Clinton and Ada Nadine Lucas. Shirley attended school In Kansas City, MO as a child, received her General Education degree and later in life she went to Vo-tech school in Chillicothe, MO and received her degree in Business & Office Education certificate in May 1984. She worked in food industry, in the health industry as a nurse’s aide and domestic engineer. She loved watching movies, especially older ones; she really enjoyed watching Cary Grant movies. Her favorite singer was Alan Jackson. Shirley loved to do crafts, she loved to make candles and she used to take old record albums and made clocks for others. Shirley is survived by her 6 children: She had 6 kids, Sherrie Russell of Panama, Debbie Hutchins of Edwards MO, Crystal Brown of Camdenton MO, Rita Harman of Independence MO and Lawrence Brotherton of Kansas City MO. Grandchildren: Mandy Brown of Chillicothe MO, Brian Brown of Hale MO, Sarina Tinnel of Leawood KS, Scott Harman of Independence MO, Aaron Harman of Independence MO, Brandon Hutchins of Kansas City MO, Tyler Russell of IL, Bethany Russell of FL, Matthew Brotherton and William Brotherton. 17 Great grandchildren and 1 great-great grandchild. She is also survived by her siblings: Delores Terry of Independence MO, Dewey Lucas of TX and Patty Lucas of TX. Many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents: Richard Clinton and Ada Nadine Lucas; a brother Sam Boyd, a son Tony Brotherton and a great grandson Hunter Brown. Shirley loved her family. Thoughts from family and friends: Mother I love you and will miss you dearly. Love, Crystal Margo her friend/neighbor says "Shirley was like my big sister, she was a very good friend to me. I loved her." Mom I love you; I miss you; you were always my best friend, love Larry. Sherrie says "I remember she was such a good mom; I was in Brownies and girl scouts, and she made me a skating skirt so I could learn to skate, she taught me many things." Dear mom in Heaven, I know you are out of pain now. I hope you and Tony are playing cards and watching the Chiefs play. You will be so missed by many, I will miss all your phone calls and messages (Rita pick up the phone, I need you right now). You always told me, you were going to live to be 100 years old and as stubborn as you were I figured you would too. I know where I got my stubbornness from, I love you with all my heart, Rita. Grandma, I love you and I will miss you, Love Aaron. My memories of grandma: her artistic skills, her delish chex mix recipe, her ham and beans and excellent fried chicken. I love you, Sarina. I enjoyed working for you and being able to see you smile and laugh and all our conversations, love Michelle. I love you great grandma. Love, Hannah Pallbearers Brian Brown Aaron Harman Gauge Harman Michael Harman Jason Appleberry Nick Tinnel

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