Shirley Ann Harris

August 17, 1956February 7, 2021

Shirley A. Harris age 64, passed away February 7, 2021. Beloved wife of Lawrence; dear sister of Diana (the late Nick) and William (Nancy); Shirley is also by many loving family members and her extended Zambito family.

Shirley loved her cats both indoor and out. It was her hope to one day open a shelter, so that she could rescue as many cats as possible. She loved to travel especially to Hawaii where she was right at home with the sand between her toes.

A memorial service will be scheduled at a later date.

Please share a fond memory or your condolences with Shirley's family in her online guest book.


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Diana Gilbreath

February 11, 2021

My sweet baby sister.. love you to the moon and back. So many wonderful memories will be treasured in my heart and soul.. for all time and eternity.

Karin Dains

February 10, 2021

So absolutely beautiful inside and out. Her example will be with us forever. She blessed all who came in contact with her. You will be missed, dear sister!

Flo Hoyt

February 9, 2021

Oh, my Sweet Friend Shirley.
You were the kindest human being I ever had the great pleasure to know.
Your smile, your laughter, your compassion
And your endless love for everyone including your kitties and mine.
I will take care of your sweet Dyson boy,
Even though he wasn’t with you long I know he loved you too.
I miss you and love you My lovely Shirley
Rest Easy. You will be in my constant thoughts forever.
I wish we could have talked one last time, but I
Wanted to Respect your wishes because I loved you.
Always and forever You'll be missed. 💔💔

Lisa Provo

February 9, 2021

My heartfelt condolences to everyone in Shirley's circle. I have always thought of her laughing, smiling and being kind to all. Peace and Love from Lisa

Rochelle (Shelly) Dodgson

February 9, 2021

I met Shirley when I started seeing a retina specialist she worked for. She was always warm.and caring. Years later, I would learn , I knew her sister Di. What a wonder surprise that was.
May all of that knew and loved her find comfort knowing she touch so many lives!
Shirley, you will be missed.

Tony Zambito

February 9, 2021

Sister-in-law, you will be missed. You were a truly wonderfully and loving person in every way. It was easy to understand why my late brother fell so instantly and deeply in love with you. We all fell in love with you and were blessed with all the love and happiness you brought into our lives.

Cindy and Tony Zambito

February 9, 2021

You were a wonderful sister in law, aunt, daughter in law and especially a wonderful wife when you were married to Angelo. We were happy when you found Larry and found happiness together. You were always so thoughtful and kind, We will always remember that about you! You always checked on us and asked how the kids and we were doing .. We are glad that we always kept in touch and filled each other in on life etc.. and We always loved hearing about your trips to Hawaii and Florida. We are gonna miss you dearly but I’m glad you are no longer suffering. You, Bea and Angelo can all be together now up in heaven playing Bingo and listening to Angelo play his guitar! Love you RIP
Tony and Cindy

John Kenney

February 9, 2021

She was always so pleasant and kind. Shirley and Larry actually came all the way down to the token lounge in Westland to watch my band who was opening for some former 80s metal star. Im sure she didn’t like the music but she and Larry wanted to be there for me and she had a big smile for me after we finished. I thought it was incredible. I’m just her sister’s niece’s husband but she went to all that trouble to make sure we packed the house.

Alexandra Zambito

February 9, 2021

I love you Aunt Shirley. You always were so thoughtful and kind, I’ll always remember that about you and carry that with me as something you did so gracefully. We will miss you ❤️

Sheila Weinbaum

February 9, 2021

Jimmie and I send our heartfelt condolences. Shirley is finally at peace - we hope you are ok