Shirley A. Moreland

April 04, 1941 ‒ June 13, 2020

Centerburg, Ohio

Shirley A. Moreland, age 79, of Centerburg passed away on Saturday, June 13, 2020 at the Mt. Carmel St. Ann’s Hospital in Westerville.

She was born on April 4, 1941 in Mount Vernon, Ohio to the late Paul and Alice (Peugh) Stringfellow.  Shirley was a member of the Grace Lutheran Church and also the Colonial City Women of the Moose Chapter #100.  She enjoyed crafts, sewing, crochet and reading.  But most of all, she loved the time she spent with her family and friends.

Shirley is survived by her sons Chris (Deb) Moreland, Brad (Kelly) Moreland; three grandchildren, Patrick (Kim) Moreland, Paige (Chase) Stone, Kayla (Stephen Zupp) Moreland; and four great grandchildren, Gavyn, Brilynn, Kaitlin, and KayLynn.

In addition to her parents, Shirley was preceded in death by her husband Robert E. “Bob” Moreland and her brother Carroll Stringfellow.

In keeping with Shirley’s wishes, there will be no calling hours.  The family will announce a celebration of life service at a later date.

In lieu of flowers the family wished that books be donated to the library or to senior citizen homes.

To send the family a condolence online visit: www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

The Dowds-Snyder Funeral Home is honored to serve the family of Shirley A. Moreland.

 

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  • I was so sorry to hear of Shirley’s passing. I really enjoyed getting to know her at the Senior Activity Center in Fredericktown.

  • Dear Family,

    My condolence to all the family of Shirley and Bob. I worked with Shirley many years at Coopers and she was a wonderful person. I know she still has many friends from there that will miss her too. You have my deepest sympathy.

    Pat Porter

  • Chris, Deb, Brad, Kelly and families,

    So very saddened to learn of Shirley’s passing. A great lady that made lasting memories on those around her. We shared lots of laughs and special occasions over the years working together at Coopers. She will be missed by many.

    Our deepest sympathies to you all.

  • Rest In Peace Good Friend, So very sorry to read about Shirley’s passing. We have lost yet another member of our “Cooper Family.” Shirley and Bob are together again and looking down on family and friends. She will be sorely missed by all of us who were fortunate enough to know her. Always so friendly and kind. We are sending our deepest sympathy to all of her family and friends. Sincerely, Susie and Dick Huggins/Fredericktown

  • So sorry to hear of Shirley’s passing. She was a special lady. Always enjoyed working with her at Coopers. May your happy memories help to ease your pain.
    Deepest sympathy,
    Connie (Carter) Bryant and family

  • Chris, Brad,and family,
    Sorry to learn about the loss of Shirley so soon after your dad. I appreciated the time we spent together at holidays growing up and would always check on them when they were at the hospital. Thinking of you at this difficult time.

  • So sorry to hear about your Mom. She was such a nice friend from those years at Cooper. Prayers to all of you.

  • Chris, Brad and family
    We are so very sorry to hear of your mom passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  • Shirley and I go back many many years. we were inseparable during our running around years as teenagers and in high school. We lived just 2 house from each other and had many fun times. I always looked forward to seeing her at our class reunions. She also always saved a seat by her & Bob at the class luncheons. I was very sad to hear the news about her passing & so very surprised. She will be missed so very very much. She was indeed a very special lady.

  • Chris & Brad,
    So sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing so soon
    After your Dad passed away.
    Cherish the memories of having such amazing parents. Praying for strength & comfort for your entire family.
    Mark & Marcy McGovern

  • I am saddened to see the passing of this wonderful lady. I knew her from Coopers, and she was always upbeat, friendly, and uplifting. She loved her family and spoke of them often. You all have my deepest sympathy.

  • Chris, Brad and family,

    We are so sad to hear of Shirleys passing so soon after Bobs. Please know that our hearts are with you. Just loved your parents.

    Our deepest sympathy,

    Ralph and Jonna Lohr

  • Sorry for your loss. Shirley was a special lady. I would see her at Aldie’s differant times and we would always stop and talk. I can remember Shirley and Bob taking my son Mike with them when they went to the river where they had a camper. May God comfort you at this sad time

  • We are remembering lots of fun times with The Moreland Family at The River some years back. Remembering one who has a special place in the hearts of so many and keeping you all in our thought and prayers. But most of all, We wish we had more than just words to let you know how sorry we are for your recent loses.

  • Oh so saddened to learn this news. We have worked with and known Shirley for many years, were saddened to learn of her husband’s passing and now are truly sorrowed to learn of your repeated sorrow that Shirley too has left you, but know that these your beloved parents have simply moved on to eternity and you and we will catch up with them some day. May God be with you and comfort you in this loss.
    Most sincerely,
    Nancy & Larry Vail

  • Chris, Brad and family
    So sorry for your loss and prayers for comfort and peace now and the future. Shirley and Bob was a great couple and will be missed by all.
    Respectfully,
    Mabel

  • Please accept my sincere sympathy for the loss of your mother. I knew Shirley from Coopers and always enjoyed working with her. She was a wonderful person.

  • I’m so sorry to hear of Shirley’s passing. I worked with Shirley for a few years at Cooper’s. The two of us worked in one room and got to know a lot about each other. She and Bob taught me how to water ski on the Muskingham River. Great times camping. Shirley was a good friend and a good soul. Rest in peace, Shirley.