Shirley Shampo

Resided in Gladstone, MI
Died June 24, 2005

Shirley A. Shampo, age 68, of 1309 Michigan Avenue, Gladstone, MI died Friday morning June 24, 2005 at the Pinecrest Medical Care Facility in Powers following complications from a stroke.
Shirley was born April 22, 1937 in Menominee, MI the daughter of Stephen and Evelyn (Johnson) Haluska. She was raised in Carney and was a 1955 graduate of Carney High School. She was united in marriage to Paul Richard Shampo on March 12 1955 in Nadeau. Following their marriage they moved to Milwaukee, WI for 11 years where Shirley worked at the Dutchland Dairy. They moved to Gladstone in 1967 and she worked for the Log Cabin Supper Club for 37 years.

Shirley was an active member of All Saints Church in Gladstone and her hobbies included reading romance, inspiration and mystery novels. Her family was very important to her and she will be sadly missed.

In addition to her husband of 50 years, Paul Richard, survivors include:

4 daughters: Debbie (Earl) Huntley of Rock; Star (Dan) Allsworth of Brampton; Wendy (Paul) Mazanec of New Boston, MI; Krista (Todd) Schram of Escanaba

2 Brothers: Frank (Susie) Haluska of Hermansville, MI; Stephen (Pam) Haluska of Wilson, MI

6 Sisters: Henrietta (Chuck) Sahr of Appleton, WI; Sally (Bob) Schroeder of Muskego, WI; Angie Kyano of Milwaukee, WI; Katie (Bob) Pietcsh of Wells, MI; Susie Haluska of Escanaba; Sandy (Dave) Frieberger of Waukesha, WI

8 Grandchildren: Jeremy (Jackie) Meyer, Jessie Meyer; Angie Meyer; Danelle (Adam) Guerts; Jacob Allsworth; Tony Mazanec,;Casey Mazanec and Morgan Schram.

4 Great Grandchildren and one on the way: Paige Allsworth; Dominic Meyer-Anderson; Daisey Meyer
and Ariel Guerts

She was preceded in death by: Father: Stephen Haluska in 1983; Mother: Evelyn Haluska in 1985; Brother: John Haluska in 2003; Great Grandchildren: Carson and Jersie in 2004


0 Tributes for “Shirley Shampo

    I’m very sorry for your loss (Wendy and family). I remember Shirley (Mrs. Shampo, to me) very well. She was always sweet/kind and readily welcomed in the neighborhood kids. She had a bottom drawer of treats (dorito’s/snacks) that seemed to magically replenish itself. I’ll keep your family in my thoughts. Take care! Love, Pam DeKeyser
    Pam DeKeyser
    Seattle, WA

    Dear Paul

    I will never be able to thank you and Shirley enough for the kindness shown me by both of you. I remember when we tracked mud in the house from a long days work she would exclaim, “I should have married a banker. Then there would be money falling out of your cuffs and not mud”. Shirley stopped by my mothers viewing last September to offer your condolences. She expressed to me how proud she was of her grandson Tony when he passed his drivers test after being so nervous about it.

    I offer my sympathies and pray for you and your family that in your time of grief you will find comfort in celebrating her life.

    God Bless

    Joseph Hereau
    Melbourne, FL

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