Shirley Shultz

January 11, 1939 ‒ April 06, 2019

Loudonville, Ohio

Shirley Jean Shultz, age 80, peacefully passed away Saturday, April 6, 2019 in Colonial Manor in Loudonville surrounded by her family.

She was born January 11, 1939 to parents Roosevelt Joseph “Ted” & Mildred (Homan) Stuckey in Orrville. After Shirley was graduated from Orrville High School with the class of 1957 she married Carroll Blaine Shultz on April 26, 1959. Shirley moved from a city girl to a farm girl when she got married and liked to be a home enjoying the farm life and her pets. She worked as a dental hygienist with Dr. Mallory in Loudonville for many years.

She is survived by her children Jennifer (Bart) Fielding of Centerburg, Diane (Melvin) Doup of Fredericktown, Michele (Raymond) Miller of Proctor, WV, and Eric (Crystal) Shultz of Butler; 12 grandchildren; 9 great-grandchildren; and her brother Jerry (Maxine) Stuckey.

She was preceded in death by her parents, and her husband.

A private family service will be officiated by Pastor Patrick Bailey with burial in Wesley Chapel Cemetery in Danville. Snyder Funeral Homes is honored to serve Shirley’s family and encourage you to share a memory with them at

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  • God bless all of you in your loss of Shirley. She was a quiet soul, but she managed to grace us all with her exhibition of the fruit of long-suffering–just as it should be endured…without complaint (following Christ’s excellent example)! She may have never realized how beautifully she complimented Him!
    As mentioned, she was a very quiet soul, but she blessed me with the sound of her laughter at Sunday school one morning. I was teasing someone else, but it tickled her which tickled me! (The person I was teasing wasn’t quite so tickled… unfortunately, but it was worth hearing her chuckle and he got over it…thank-you, Jesus!)
    May all of you now be showered with God’s consolation and peace. Celebrate her beauty and strength! She’s living the victory with our Hope!!!
    Lifting you in prayer.
    In Christ’s Love, Judy

  • Dearest friends,

    May this time be of mourning be lessened by the promise of seeing her again when you unite in heaven. Until that time, may the memories that you treasure be held in your heart to comfort and give you peace.

    Love, Tim, Melanie and Destiny

  • Lifting your family up in prayer! How awesome to have this Blessed Assurance- and the hope that you will be with her again!! May you hold on to the wonderful memories you have. Praying God will give you His strength in the days ahead!
    Ronnie,Kristi, Ashtynn, Hayden,Ava and Hudson Roberts