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Ann Louise Shelton

July 20, 1938April 19, 2020

Greensboro, NC

Ann Louise Shelton, 81, passed away April 19, 2020 at Abbotswood at Irving Park following a year of declining health.

Ann was born in Walhalla, SC, July 20, 1938, a daughter of the late Cecil Raymond Mulkey and Mattalia Hammond Mulkey. She was raised in East Spencer, NC and received her masters degree from Women's College (UNC-G). Ann was an elementary guidance counselor with the Greensboro City Schools until her retirement. She was an active member of Guilford Park Presbyterian Church for over fifty years. Ann was a beloved children's Sunday School teacher, a member of Presbyterian Women Circle #4 and an advocate for mission trips. She and her husband enjoyed trips to the beach with church members. Ann was preceded in death by her husband of 58 years, Harold Dean Shelton; a daughter, Kristen Shelton; two brothers, Cecil Mulkey, Jr. and Lewis Mulkey.

Surviving are a son, Charles Douglas Shelton; a grand-daughter, Lilliana Shelton; a brother, Joe Mulkey and wife Cindy; a brother-in-law, Robert Shelton and wife Nancy; a cousin, William Shelton and wife Linda and several nieces and nephews.

A Celebration of Ann's life will be held at Guilford Park Presbyterian Church at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Guilford Park Presbyterian Church, 2100 Fernwood Dr, Greensboro, NC 27408 or Abbotswood Employee Appreciation Fund, 3506 Flint St., Greensboro, NC27405.


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Latralle JONES

May 11, 2020

Lilliana, your grandmother was so proud of you. I'm one of her neighbors, and everytime I saw her, she would tell me the latest news about you and how she wished the very best of life for you. You and my daughter Lucy are about the same age. I know she loved you very much. We will all miss her. She was a lovely lady.
Latralle Jones

Cynthia [Cindy] Dixon

April 27, 2020

Ann was a much loved friend, though we saw each other only now and then, and a trusted fellow counselor. She was someone all her students could trust and count on. Even after retirement, when we saw each other we could find many special shared times and memories. The world is a little less bright without her.

Milly Raynor

April 25, 2020

Dear Anne’s family,
Many of my dearest memories of your mom was at Guilford Park. My parents lived down the street fromGPC and my husband Don & I were married there as attended while raising 2 daughters. Ann was in my circle and we became friends. She was always upbeat & fun! She gave me support & advise for my daughter who had ADHD. She was a great lady but I know you already know that! I am saddened to hear of her passing but know she is celebrating in heaven!

Kathy&Bob Gaines

April 25, 2020

We were neighbors of Harold and Ann on Cottage Place for nearly 28 years, and fellow members of Guilford Park Presbyterian since the early 80's. Harold and Ann were just the very best that life has to offer in the way of friends and friendship. They were both taken from us far too soon, but Heaven is a better place for their being there!

Debbie Garrett

April 24, 2020

I have fond memories of working with Ann at McLeansville Middle School when I was a new school health nurse. It was obvious that Ann cared deeply for the well being of all students. She did so much to help me transition into my new role at the school too. I was blessed to have the experience of working with her. My sincere condolences to her family and friends.
Rest In Peace Ann.


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