OBITUARY

Shelby Jean Skipo

December 23, 1936March 2, 2018

Shelby Jean Skipo, 81, of Brazil, passed away March 2, 2018, at her residence. She was born Dec. 23, 1936, in Salem, Ky., to Norban and Mamie Davenport.

Shelby was a school bus driver for the Vigo County School Corporation.

She is survived by her family, friends and loved ones.

Services will be Friday, March 9, 2018, at 2 p.m. at Roselawn Funeral Home. Interment will follow in Roselawn Memorial Park. Visitation will be from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Online condolences can be made at www.roselawnfuneralhome.net

Services

  • Visitation Friday, March 9, 2018
  • Funeral Ceremony Friday, March 9, 2018
REMEMBERING

Shelby Jean Skipo

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Cheyenne Revalee-Quick

March 14, 2018

My Grams will be greatly missed. She did so many amazing things throughout her lifetime and was such a huge inspiration. Although they were unable to meet I will be sure to tell my son all the wonderful things about her. She will always be in our hearts and never forgotten. She was such a special woman and made a positive impact in the lives of many!

John Cummins

March 9, 2018

So sorry to read of the passing of Jean, I knew Jean and George for many years. Please accept my condolences.

Andrew Thomas

March 7, 2018

I offer my condolences for the loss of Aunt Jean. I can remember all the times as a kid, going to her home for family gatherings or to fish in the lake or to camp out. The Skipo house was always a stop at Christmas time. I know Jean loved her kids, grand kids, nieces and nephews very much. Unfortunately, circumstances won’t allow me to attend the service, but I will be thinking about her in the meantime. She will be missed by all.

Missy Foster Payne

March 6, 2018

I’m so sorry to hear of aunt Jean’s passing. I have many childhood memories that include her: fishing in the lake, eating those big delicious meals when all the family would get together at her house, and when just the two of us would walk around the house looking at her antique’s. She taught me a lot about antiques. And she would read Green Eggs and Ham to me whenever I asked. I know she will be missed by her kids and grandchildren. You are all in my thoughts.

FROM THE FAMILY