I must say that the day I met Shelly north of Miami back in 1990 I was nervous. I drove to Broward County for the meeting. When I saw her face the feelings just went away. I met Heather, Trent and her husband of the time. Her and I set out to spend time together. We had a blast…a lot of laughs and Q and A’s. We were more alike than I could ever have imagined before that point. She visited Gainesville FL. The kids were there as well. Again we had a blast. Away from that we had a lot of phone conversations. What a woman and sister. Shelly always smiled and she laughed so much it was contagious. Now that she has passed from a debilitating mental condition my heart hurts. She will forever be in my heart and soul. God Bless You Shelly R. McCool. I miss you.
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Shelly Renee Williams, 55, passed away on September 26, 2019. She was born on February 21, 1964 to Edward McCool and Sharon Matthews in Evansville, Indiana
Shelly loved her family with all of her heart. She enjoyed spending time with her family and attending family gatherings. In her youth, she traveled the world with her family. They even spent some time in Italy. Shelly loved animals, especially dogs. She has two dogs of her own named Chelsea and Chloe.
Shelly is survived by her mother Sharon Matthews; her children Trent Williams and Heather McCool (Justin Duvall); her grandchildren Ava, Aiden, Natalie, Noah, Caleb, and Kayleigh; her brothers Michael (Heather) McCool and Edward McCool; her step-siblings Michael (Verla) Matthews, Greg (Janet) Matthews, Lisa Gregory, and Diana McCool; and many loving nieces and nephews.
Shelly was preceded in death by her father Edward McCool and her step-father Harold Matthews.
Visitation will be from 10 a.m. until time of service at 12 p.m. Thursday, October 3rd at Sunset Funeral Home.
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