OBITUARY

James Charles Shelby Jr.

June 23, 1940November 3, 2018

James Charles Shelby passed away on November 3, 2018. He was born on June 23, 1940 in Chicago Illinois. Jim received his BA degree from Washington &Jefferson College in Washington PA. He also served in the Navy from 1962 to 1964. Jim had a career in Advertising and Marketing for 40 years. Jim also received his MBA degree from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh PA. Jim and his family moved to Houston in 1973. Jim is survived by his wife Connie Shelby. Jim is survived by his sons Jim and Michael Shelby.

REMEMBERING

James Charles Shelby Jr.

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Krista Ott

January 4, 2019

Uncle Jim will be missed by many here on Earth but is in great company in Heaven.

Jennifer Barnes

December 29, 2018

I was running in the park this morning and saw the note about Mr. Shelby. He was one of my highlights when running this trail. He was genuinely friendly and always smile at me each time we pass one another. He will be truly missed! RIP Mr. Shelby !

Cynthia Knutson

December 27, 2018

Uncle Jim was a soft and kind soul. He was intelligent and always had a smile for everyone. He will be dearly missed by family and friends and remembered always.

Amy Bergqvist

December 25, 2018

Aunt Connie, Jim & Mike, I’ve been praying for you all. I know this loss is so difficult. I remember Uncle Jim as a very kind and gentle man. How blessed you have been to have had each other. God is with you all.
Amy

Susan Baux

December 25, 2018

Jim was a wonderful brother-in-law. He was kind and always pleasant. We will miss him!

Mary Bologna

December 24, 2018

Connie, Jim, and Michael

Sending you all my love at this difficult time .
Jim was a great bother in law.
I will continue to pray for you, and know I am always here for you 🙏

Love
Mary

Louise Thorne

December 10, 2018

I am an avid walker at Cy Champ Park. I always looked forward to chatting on the trail with Jim. My Dog "Shotgun" loved his pats and pets as well. He will truly be missed by the many folks who walked along side him. RIP Jim.

Louise n Shotgun

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY