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Shelly Suggs

Shelly Ann Suggs

Saturday, April 6th, 1974 - Wednesday, June 12th, 2019
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Shelly Ann Suggs, 45, of Hertford, NC passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on June 12th, 2019. She is survived by her parents, John and Donna Suggs, her sister, Sandi Ayres (Chuck), her beloved niece, Susie Ayres, her special Aunt, Ann Bellamy (Tom), her cousins, Courtney Bellamy and Chris Suggs, her loving uncle, Lindsey Suggs (Debi), and an extended family of aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Shelly graduated from Currituck County High School in 1992. She was first-baseman when the team won the 1991 State Championship and came in second in the 1992 State Championship. She also excelled in basketball and volleyball.

Despite a spinal injury she lived her life with drive, compassion, kindness, and always with gratitude. There is nothing she enjoyed more than spending time with her niece. They loved to play cards and board games and watch anime together.

She enjoyed hanging out on her porch with her friends, the "porch posse." She enjoyed 80's music, science-fiction, and was an X-Files encyclopedia. She also enjoyed collecting knives, shot glasses, and pens.

Shelly was an avid animal lover. She had many dogs over the years, always choosing to adopt a Senior dog to ensure he/she had a good home at the end of their lives. There's no doubt in her family's minds that Shelly is currently spending all of her time at the Rainbow Bridge.

To all who knew her, she was the kindest, funniest, and most sarcastic person they knew. She was a good human and we will all take her life lessons with us into our own lives, living life as she would - with gratitude and joy.

Shelly's Celebration of Life will be on Sunday, June 23rd at 2pm at the Shawboro Ruritan Club (785 NC-34, Shawboro, NC 27973). Please dress comfortably (not formally) and wear Shelly's favorite color - purple.

In lieu of flowers, Shelly asked that donations be made to your local animal shelter, SPCA or pet rescue.
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Terry & Jennifer Beasley

Posted at 07:50am
My heart is heavy for you Mrs Donna, Mr John, Sandi and family. I will cherish my sweet memories of our rides home from basketball practice and her recent visits to my store to get hugs. Remembering you all in this time of loss, praying that God will bring comfort to your heart. Terry & Jennifer Beasley

Sandy Rooks Ott

Posted at 10:16am
Donna and John, sending love and hugs ...
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Bob Walker

Posted at 08:42pm
John and Donna, so very sorry to hear of Shelly’s passing. I know from the past that you loved and cherished your daughters. Please accept my heartfelt condolences in your loss, and know that the precious memories of her successes, personality and positive outlook on life will help carry you through this time of grieving. My thoughts are with you and your family.
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Anne Daugherty

Posted at 06:22pm
Mr. and Mrs. Suggs I am so very sorry for your loss. My daughters Heidi and Missy Lukeman played softball with Shelly in the Babe Ruth league. The girls and I have so many fond memories of Shelly, her wit, her friendship, the way she would cut up.
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Gerald Gray

Posted at 01:55pm
John and Donna I am so sorry for your loss.I will always remember Shelly from my coaching g days with the 13-15 Babe Ruth All-Stars.She was always a genuine pleasure to be around.She was always cracking us up with her wit! I will never forget their run to the State High School 1-A title in her junior year.She sure could whack a softball!
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