Shirley H Boundy

03/15/1937   —   03/31/2021

Memorial Contributions

Spondylitis Association of America

https://spondylitis.org

The Guestbook
  • Kyria Boundy-Mills

    Shirley had a way of lighting up a room, and bringing out the best in those around her. I’ll miss her hugs, dazzling smile, and how she made my dad very happy. She has been an inspiration to many on how to live life to the fullest.

  • Mark Boundy

    I will always remember Shirley as a force of nature with a ready laugh and a huge smile. She was business savvy, wise, generous with her time and advice, and had a keen eye for detail. I’ll miss her in my life, but am thankful that we travelled together for a time.

  • Cheryl Steele

    Shirley was a great l lady wonderful person she was our neighbor for years we loved her my parents loved her she will now be joining them in heaven you have our deepest sympathy what a loss Love Cheryl Steele (Rhodes)

  • Marcie Lewis

    Shirley was a major force in our community. She loved and was well loved. She will be greatly missed.

  • Noa Mills

    Shirley was a kind, caring woman with a sharp mind and an incredible sense of humor. I will always remember how we laughed together, and I feel lucky to have known her.

  • Jerry Brian

    Shirley was a talented generous lady. She was such a help to me when my wife Nancy passed in 2012. Her event planning skills arranged things that I could not manage at the time. I will be eternally grateful. She and Nance were great pals and the four of us had many wonderful times together – dinner out and drinks on each others decks. You have my sincere sympathy Bruce – wives simply should not predecease husbands.

  • David Bessmer

    So sorry to hear this. Shirley gave me my first freelance assignment when we moved to Grand Rapids in 1995. She was a great client and a great friend. A woman of both grace and warmth. It was a privilege to know her and work with her. Best to her from me and my wife, Leigh Wietsma.

  • Cecilia Cunningham

    Shirley was a beautiful soul. Her sharp intellect was matched by her ability to deeply love. She wanted to make a difference in the lives of others and she did.

    She will be missed dearly.

  • Toby and Joy Aldrich

    Toby and I were only able to meet Shirley one time, but we have heard many stories about her from her son, Rob. She was a strong, business savvy, beautiful woman and mother. We’re so sorry for your loss, Bruce and Rob. Much love to you both.

  • Dale Allan Nielsen

    We are thinking of you and praying for you in this time of grief.

    Love Jack & Dale Nielsen

  • Cheryl G Edwards

    What I learn about event and meeting planning, I learn from this remarkable woman. Her infectious laugh and her keen eye for detail were uncontested. A trip to her parent’s home provided me the opportunity to learn about her father’s love for making stain glass windows; something he and I shared. As a surprise, he placed three items in the back seat of Shirley’s car before we left to head home. These windows are on display in our home for all to adore and admire. The pain of her loss can only be tolerated by the hundreds of stories, adventures and laughter that she and I experienced for more than 30 years. I love you , sister. Say “Hello” to Mr. Hickey for me.

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