OBITUARY

Shirley Ann Hopkins

June 11, 1935June 5, 2018

Shirley Ann Hopkins 82 of Alachua, FL died Monday June 5 2018 in Haven Hospice Gainesville, FL. Formerly of Pennsylvania, she moved to Florida in 1992. She was a dedicated wife and mother and secretary of S.W. Hopkins Trucking Company. Surviving are her three daughters; Christina Wilson of Lancaster, Kentucky; Kim Phillips of Casselberry, FL; Renee Montgomery of Alachua, FL; five grandchildren and six great grandchildren. The funeral will be at Deltona Memorial Funeral Home June 23rd.

  • FAMILY

  • Christina Wilson, Daughter
  • Kim Phillips, Daughter
  • Renee Montgomery, Daughter
  • 5 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren

Services

23 June

Viewing

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Deltona Memorial Funeral Home

1295 Saxon Blvd
Orange City, FL 32763

23 June

Celebration of Life

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Deltona Memorial Funeral Home

1295 Saxon Blvd
Orange City, FL 32763

REMEMBERING

Shirley Ann Hopkins

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Teresa Martz

June 17, 2018

What fond memories our family will cherish of Grandma Shirley and Grandpa Stan. They were such a wonderful influence to us, with Shirley being my Girl Scout leader as a child, to the both of them taking us under their wing, when we were first married and living in Buttonwood. We shared so many great times together in Pa., camping trips, snowmobiling, our kids birthday parties, and just having coffee at their kitchen table. They were such great host when we visited Florida. Going to Renee's home for dinner (Red beans and rice and lot of Killians Irish Red). We missed them terribly when they moved to Florida, but enjoyed Shirley's visits when she would make it back to Pennsylvania.
Forever in our hearts,
Teresa and Wilbur Martz
Joshua, Casey, and Tiffany

Therese Getgen-Bowen

June 11, 2018

Mana Shirl...you were a second mother to me and I will never forget all the blessings you and Stan bestowed upon my life. You made me laugh, you made me cry and you made me a partner in crime as we were adults together. I'm grateful that your suffering is over and that you are with the love of your life again. I'm sure Stanford waited long enough. Until we meet again, I love you and I thank you for everything. Rest in Peace. All my love, Therese.

FROM THE FAMILY
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Celebrating Cassandra's 22nd birthday

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cocktail hour

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Her.

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Mom and her grand daughter

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Mama taking a break from the rigors of her life. She's been smiling all day. ♡

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Endless doctor's appointments and hospitalizations...today though was just a two hour doctor appointment and a pretty good outcome.

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These two girls on their way to get a tattoo!