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2000 47th Avenue
Greeley, CO 80634
Phone: 970-353-1212
Fax: 970-353-4881
Shirley Miller

Shirley Miller

Tuesday, November 18th, 1941 - Friday, March 1st, 2019
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Rod Scherencel

Posted at 07:57am
My wife Lynne and I have the fondest memories of Rich and Shirley. We were neighbors for years on Storm Mountain. We worked together on the home association board and enjoyed many social occasions together. I appreciated the time we also spent with the grandchildren. I conducted Rich's funeral when he passed away in August 2012. I will always remember Shirley for her straightforwardness and her quick, dry wit that kept us laughing. I knew her as a strong, independent woman with a generous service-to-others spirit. She enjoyed being in the crowd. And her death, although heartbreaking, is an indication of her desire to work on her own terms and not burden others. Already we miss her. Rod and Lynne Scherencel.

Deb Green

Posted at 10:33am
I remember Shirley a few days after the 2013 flood. There was a team of young FEMA staff riding around on ATVs trying to get everyone to evacuate. They were trying to tell Shirley how dangerous it would be to stay here without a good road. She told them in no uncertain terms that she had lived here for more years than most of them had been alive, was well aware of the challenges of living here, and was not leaving her home! I don't think those guys knew what had hit them. Definitely an independent mountain woman!

Dorothy Adams Mohrlang

Posted at 10:54am
Shirley was a member of the Class of 1959 from Brush. She will be missed by all. There were so many memories , her laugh, smile, she was always ready to help anyone if they needed her. I went to school with her from the beginning and consider her a true friend. Thoughts and praters to all.


Holly Charboneau

Posted at 04:11pm
Shirley and I became fast friends when we moved to Storm mountain thirteen years ago. She was a mountain woman, fiercely independent and full of fun and great stories. She loved her grandkids with all her heart and would do anything for them. She was also a die hard Trump fan as evidenced by her bumper stickers!!!!
I will remember her donning her Uncle Sam costume for the Mtn 4th of July Parade, The Christmas parties in her Elf garb and showing up at our house dressed as a skeleton in a one piece body suit for our grand daughters 4th grade Halloween party. She volunteered to answer the door all night. I think she scared a few kids - as she stayed in full costume all night. 😂
She called us panicked the day Rich had his tractor accident and my husband, Matt, was one of the first ones on the scene. After that sad day our bond became tighter. She would spend the night with us on the anniversary of Rich’s death and we would go to dinner - do something fun to keep her mind off the date.
She was a good listener. I will miss my friend, Shirley. She was quite a lady- one I was blessed to know.
Depression and a dementia diagnosis made for some dark days for her at the end of her life. I know that God has granted her peace and she is reunited with Rich and her Mom and all those who left this world before her..
Till me meet again, dear friend.
Love- Holly Charboneau

Rod Scherencel Posted at 08:00am

Your personal life experiences set you up perfectly to be a blessing to her when she needed you. Thanks.

Karen Debenham

Posted at 09:26pm
Shirley came into my life 20 years ago when I moved to Cedar Park in Drake. She introduced herself and immediately made herself available to help me learn the ins and outs of mountain life. There are so many stories that can be told over the years from parties, picnics, parades and fundraisers. It was such a joy to receive one of her greeting cards that she would mail. Never could get Shirley into the online world. Christmas parties will never be the same without Elf Shirley spreading joy to the community of storm mountain.

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