Shirley A. Clouse, age 79, of Buckeye Lake, passed away on Friday, July 24, 2020, at Licking Memorial Hospital. She was born May 9, 1941 in Franklin County, Ohio to the late Sheryl and Eliza (Lanning) Simmons.
Shirley loved to fish, read all types of books, and work in her flower and vegetable garden. She also liked to camp and travel. One of her fondest memories was a recent trip to Myrtle Beach with family members. Shirley loved her family and she especially enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren. Shirley was a member of World Harvest Church in Columbus.
She is survived by her children, Michelle (Stanley) Clark, Terry (Miranda) Clouse, Deborah (David) Rill, Gregory (Vicki) Clouse, Richard (Brandi) Clouse and Kimberly (Rob) Abbruzzi; thirteen grandchildren; numerous great-grandchildren; and many nieces, nephews; and cousins.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Clinton Clouse (2004); two sisters, Evangeline Browning and Mary.
No calling hours or services will be observed. Inurnment will take place at Fairmount Cemetery at a date to be determined.
The Heath Chapel of Henderson-Van Atta-Stickle Funeral & Cremation Service, 1249 Hebron Road, Heath, is assisting the Clouse family with arrangements.
She was the most loving person and funny she loved going camping and on trips with us. She loved Tennesse and her babys Dusty and Bridget and Ginger and sissy and her brid Petrie she will be missed .love you mom RIP
One of the things I remember most about Grandma Shirley was how much she talked about the going to the "drug store" as a young adult or the drive in theaters I could always tell that she loved the era that she grew up in just by how she would smile and how she could remember all the small...
One of the things I remember most about Grandma Shirley was how much she talked about the going to the "drug store" as a young adult or the drive in theaters I could always tell that she loved the era that she grew up in just by how she would smile and how she could remember all the small details as she looked back and told her stories she would get such a big smile that it would make you think she had gone back in time right then and there it made her stories and memories almost feel immersive she couldnt have been happier living in any other generation she is no longer here with us today but Just by hearing and seeing her tell her stories I know she has had over a lifetime of fun and good times it's a sad time for us as family and friends but I believe that grandma is probably having a blast reuniting with old friends and if heaven has soda pop shoppes and drive in pictures I think she's going to love her new home
To the best mother in law in the world rest in peace. In Jesus name amen.
I'm am so so sorry for my family's loss,to all her children,momma loved them all no matter what,remember the goodtimes,And let the bad go,for she would want that so,shes with the Angel's singing,and most of all at peace,s,with LOVE Always,Rest In peace.
So sorry to hear this, you now have earned your wings so fly high my dear. And say hello to all that has passed on. R.I.P.