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Frances (Shirley) Key

May 3, 1941 - May 28, 2018

Per her requests a Celebration of Life will be held at a later date for the family.

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I met Shirley years ago through her daughter and one of my dearest friends, Angela Key . She always had a smile on her face and such a sweet spirit. May God wrap his arms around the family during this difficult time. God Bless and RIP.

Posted by Teresa Helton-Gentry on June 9, 2018

May God put his loving arms around Glen and the family in this time of sorrow. Ms. Shirley is fishing with the best. Praying for all. God Bless Love Annette & Billy.

Posted by Annette on May 30, 2018

Prayers to your family. Shirley will be dearly missed.

Posted by Brandy Hackney Baker on May 30, 2018

I have know Shirley for about twenty years. Being good friends with her daughter, Angela, we spent a lot of time together, going to the cove, out to eat and etc. She was always so pleasant to be around, always smiling and so sweet. She had a good, giving and loving heart, always trying to do for other people. She always thanked you for everything that was done for her and tried to repay you in some way. She loved to go places and was always ready to go. She loved to fish. She loved her family and she loved God. I am proud to call her my friend. She is now at peace and free from pain and we all know that she is with God. I will miss her. I miss Angela and our trips together, which always included Shirley. God bless this family as they learn to adjust to life without her in this world but our hope in Christ gives us comfort, that she is not gone forever. We will see her again. Fly with the angels, Shirley!

Posted by Norma Thomas on May 30, 2018

shirley was a wonderful cousin and friend, she always had a smile and caring thoughts to share . she will be missed.

Posted by denise & bill nisperly on May 29, 2018