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Shirley Faye Hall Stidham, daughter of the late Alex & Connie Hall of Millstone, Ky. Was born August 30, 1948 at Whitesburg, Ky and entered into eternal rest on January 11, 2023 in Bakersville, NC making her stay her on earth 74 years, 4 months and 12 days.
Shirley was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. She made her home in Millstone, Ky with her Husband Charles Stidham, Sr. She worked at the Martha Jane Potter Elementary School for most of her adult life. She has been a member of the Millstone Missionary Baptist Church for 52 years and lovingly served as a Sunday School and Youth teacher for 40 years. Shirley was a true Proverbs 31 woman, who loved God above all and loved to sing His praises. There is not enough words to describe what she meant to all who knew her, especially children at the school and church.
Shirley was preceded in death by her parents Alex and Connie Hall, her husband Charles Stidham, Sr., daughter Elizabeth Ann Ratliff, 2 sons Charles Allen Stidham and Jonathan David Stidham, and 1 grandson, Daniel Charles Stidham. She is survived by 6 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren, Jonathan Michael (Evelyn) Stidham of San Juan, Texas. David Allen Stidham of Dalton, Ga. Hannah Beth (Scott) Smith of Findley, Oh. Cameron Scott Ratliff of Mansfield, Oh. Santana Nicole Baker of Chattanooga, Tn and Brianna Chantae Baker of Dalton, Ga. Destiny Faith Singleton and Lily Grace Singleton, both of Dalton, Ga. 2 brothers, Tommy (Mary) Hall and Alex (Vesta) Hall, 3 Sister-in-laws, Teresa (Cindy) Stidham, Demyrus (Ray) Boggs, and Vivian Roberts. Her caregiver and niece Tammy Hall Sparks. It was her great honor to take care of her aunt Shirley. She loved her very much and always will. She was also survived by a host of nieces, nephews, family and friends to mourn her passing.
Shirley served her Lord Jesus and God with the faith that one day she would enter the gates of Pearl. Her wish was to lay her crown at Jesus’ feet and thank Him for all he had done for her. Now, she is resting in the arms of her savior for all eternity.
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