OBITUARY

Shirley Mae Auer

October 11, 1932December 1, 2018

Shirley Mae Auer, 86, of Gladstone, Missouri passed away on Saturday, December 1, 2018. She was born on October 11, 1932 in Hale, Missouri to E.B. and Ruth DeBolt.

Shirley was a graduate of Bogard High School. She retired from General Electric Credit as an administrative assistant.

Shirley was preceded in death by her husband, Bert Auer. Survivors include her daughter, Jane (Ben) Brown, her sons, Mark (Paige) Auer and Mike (Lisa) Auer; 7 grandchildren; 9 great grandchildren.

  • FAMILY

  • E.B. DeBolt, Father
  • Ruth DeBolt, Mother
  • Bert Auer, Husband
  • Jane (Ben) Brown, Daughter
  • Mark (Paige) Auer, Son
  • Mike (Lisa) Auer, Son
  • Shirley is also survived by seven grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.
  • PALLBEARERS

  • Bo Brown
  • Brett Brown, Honorary
  • Travis Auer, Honorary
  • Hallie Watts, Honorary
  • Cody Cooper, Honorary
  • Chris Dorton, Honorary
  • Tami Luman, Honorary

Services

  • Memorial Service Monday, December 10, 2018
REMEMBERING

Shirley Mae Auer

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Alta (Bingham) O'Neal

December 13, 2018

Condolences from the Bingham family who were neighbors of the DeBolt family. Our family farm joined the DeBolt family farm. Always enjoyed the DeBolt/Auer graduates at our Bogard High School reunions. I know Bogard meant a lot to Shirley. We are sorry for your loss. Alta (Bingham) O'Neal Rural Bogard Resident

Cheryl Mason

December 7, 2018

Jane, I have such fond memories of your mom! You and I spent lots of time talking to her and getting her advice about boys. The best was "every dog has his day"! I always felt so comfortable in your family home and your mom had every thing to do with that! I am so glad I got to spend so much time there. I am praying for comfort and only fond memories for you and your family. Miss you girlfriend! Love, Cheryl

Rhonda (Baehr) Hardison

December 5, 2018

I can't even begin to count the hours I spent as a child, sitting at Shirley's table while the neighborhood ladies drank coffee & visited. It was such a fun & welcoming place. I still look back fondly on those days.

Linda Fitzwater

December 3, 2018

I was very happy to have gotten to take care of shirley at the nursing home in Richmond and loved here from day one you will be missed dearly by all that loved you . And to the family I'm very sorry for the loss of u mom u all are in my thoughts and prayers