Shirley Nora Buch
June 5, 1935 – November 11, 2020
Shirley Kathryn Nora Buch passed away on November 11, 2020 in Palm Coast Florida. She was born in Harrisburg, PA to her loving parents James and Clara Sempeles.
Shirley loved to twirl a baton and was head majorette in high school. After graduation, she enjoyed a successful career in advertising, banking and childcare. She loved fashion and worked alongside her father-in- law in his upscale shoe store. Shirley was a TJ Maxx fashionista and was always beautifully coiffed. She loved jewelry and watching her favorite shopping channels. Cooking was something Shirley loved to do, almost as much as spending time with her family, including her three great-grandchildren and her friends in Palm Coast.
Shirley is survived by her daughter Mindy; sons Todd (Cathie), HL (Kimberly); four grandchildren, Trevor, Destiny, Ashley, and Morgan (Tyler); and three great-children, TJ, Faith and Octavia.
The family will announce plans for a celebration of life service to honor Shirley Kathryn Nora Buch’s at a later date. In lieu of flowers a donation in Shirley’s name to the charity of your choice would be greatly appreciated.
Shirley will be remembered for the depth of her love for her family.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Shirley Nora Buch
Kathy and Rick Gibbs
November 29, 2020
Shirley was such a lovely lady. I met her in the Grand Haven pool during a water aerobic class and was shocked at high how she kicked those legs during exercise, when she was almost 80 years young! So happy I was able to get to know her better at weekly munch bunch dinners. Learned how much family meant to her and her love for all of them. She was so proud of those great grand babies. Rest in peace dear friend, you will be remembered , with love.
Trudy & Tom Hosey
November 14, 2020
Many fond memories of Shirley will live on. We shared weekly "Munch Bunch" get togethers, daily attendance at water aerobics exercise classes, "Birthday Bash" celebrations and other social gatherings at the Grand Haven Golf Club. And, most importantly, the special holiday Buch family get-togethers that Shirley was so proud of and so generous to include us.
Rest in Peace, dear friend and neighbor.