OBITUARY

Shirley Ann Townsley

December 23, 1934January 19, 2019

On January 19, 2019 SHIRLEY ANN TOWNSLEY; beloved daughter of the late Charles and Ruth Townsley; dear sister of Lawrence Townsley and his wife Barbara; cherished aunt of Karen Jarrett and her husband Rodney, Jennifer Uhlig and her husband Robert, and the late Kristin Townsley; great aunt of Nathan, Jaidyn, Madison, Elana, Gavin, and Trevor. Shirley also is survived by other family members and loving friends.

Relatives and friends are invited to gather at the Burgee Henss Seitz Funeral Home, Inc. 3631 Falls Road, Baltimore, Maryland 21211 on February 2, 2019 from 9:30 am to 10:00 am where a Celebration of Shirley's life will be held at 10:00 am.

Internment Lorraine Park Cemetery.

A Guest Book is available at www.burgee-henss-seitz.com

Services

  • Memorial Gathering Saturday, February 2, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Saturday, February 2, 2019
REMEMBERING

Shirley Ann Townsley

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June Howard Hicks

February 1, 2019

Heartfelt sympathy to family of Shirley. I only knew Shirley for a couple of years at Robert Poole in the 50's, but found her to be such a nice person I was glad to be friends in later years. I always looked forward to the times a group of us "Hampden Hons" got together over the years and shared our memories and updates. Shirley was always there with her smiles and laughter. Though there are only a few left in our group, we all loved her and will surely miss her.

Sharon Weese

January 28, 2019

I became close to Miss Shirley through Debbie Rudasill,i would take her to the store or shopping at Smyth's.She would say Sharon Rose you got the job today,Bob had a doctors appointment arent you lucky.I would say yes i am its beenawhile since i seen you.She would just laugh .We had alot of laughs together she was the sweetest person you could ever know. She will truly be missed.

Nancy Krideler

January 27, 2019

I remember Shirley from my earliest years living on Malden Avenue. Shirley was my dad's 1st cousin. We usually went to visit my Aunt Ruth and Uncle Roland on an occational Sunday after church. Sometimes we would stop by to get a cold drink from their shed during a long walk from Hampden. Years ago, my daughter & I were coming home on the light rail from down the harbor. I had parked my car near Shirley's house. My daughter and 1 yr old grandson got stranded on the light rail after I got off. I hadn't seen Shirley in years. When I knocked on her door in tears, she invited me in, gave me a cold glass of tea and calmed me down. That was my daughter's last trip on the light rail. They made it back to the car where we were waiting for her. Shirley was quite the talker and I loved hearing her stories about my dad and his relatives. Wayne and I ran into her about 10 yrs ago at the Rotunda and sat and talked to her for awhile. Rest in peace Shirley.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY