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Shirley Millard

June 5, 1939March 30, 2021

Shirley Millard was born on June 5, 1939 and passed away on March 30, 2021 and is under the care of Forest Lawn Funeral Home.

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Jana Horton Kowitz

April 2, 2021

Aunt Shirley, may you rest in sweet peace and I truly believe that you all are reunited in the Lord's presence. My earliest memories of you were that I always thought you were the cool Aunt. Summers at Lake Bryant filled with fun, music, and the best fish fries ever. Much love and prayers to Debbie, Karen and Jim and their families.

Ervin L Horton Jr

April 1, 2021

Aunt Shirley,

I am saddened to learn of your passing but I know that you are in a much better place now surrounded by loved ones and family. Growing up and spending time during summer vacations was always a treat especially at Lake Bryant.
You were the youngest and last of my dad’s siblings left. Just know that you are loved and forever in our hearts.
To my cousins and their families I send my sincere condolences to each and everyone of you.
Love always ❤️🤗

Sheryl Horton Watson

April 1, 2021

To My Dearest Aunt Shirley,
I have so many memories spending weekends and summers,
camping at Lake Bryant was always so much fun.
I will miss you dearly.
You will always be my favorite Aunt.
Kisses to all in Heaven. We will all be together again one day.

Love to the entire family from all of us in Gainesville.

Your loving niece,
Sheryl

David Marlin

April 1, 2021

December 2019
T-Rex restaurant
Disney Springs
Orlando, Fl.

David Marlin

April 1, 2021

She was my granny. I remember cook outs and swimming in her pool. I will miss her.

David Robinson

April 1, 2021

Gary Marlin

April 1, 2021

To me she was Granny and I was the first grandchild. So many memories I get to remember and all filled with love. School breaks when she would take vacation and we would bake and cook all week. Camping at lake Bryant. Greasy beans and big meals for holidays. Parties at the house with bands. Her telling me I Love You, no matter what, your my grandson. The last years got to share so many fun events: Mickey's Very Merry Christmas, Seas World, Busch Gardens, and trip to Gatlinburg, TN so she could see snow. She was one of the first to see me and I am proud to be by her side in the end of our physical time together. I love you Granny and will see you again one day. Give my love to Pepa and the family