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Shirley Jean Stein,73,Nederland,


Last updated 4/23/2019 at Noon

Shirley Jean Stein passed away peacefully in her home on April 14th, 2019 at the age of 73. Shirley, a resident of Nederland for the past 30 years, was the owner of Classy Clips dog grooming in Bridge City, Texas.

Shirley was born May 2nd, 1945 in Yazoo City, Mississippi, to Bobby and Colleen Coleman. She married four times, and is preceded in death by her husband, Eric “Butch” Stein.

Shirley is survived by her sister, Barbara Kurts; brother Wayne Coleman and wife Sue; 3 daughters, Taffy Stasik, Karen Haynes, and Janet Haynes; 6 grandchildren, Shavon Petersen, Jake Stasik, Lacy Petersen, Bric Haynes, Kyle Haynes, and Dillon Haynes; 5 great grandchildren and 4 great-great grandchildren.

Shirley enjoyed having family over to enjoy her delicious cooking. She loved to create art, from painting to ceramics to do-it-yourself crafting. She loved being out on the water fishing. Shirley also enjoyed playing cards and dice, with the occasional trip to the slot machines as well. She loved to listen to music, and was known to cut a rug or two in her day. She was born with a talent for working with dogs, which led to her running a thriving business grooming and caring for them. Shirley was known for always having a joke ready to make you laugh. She was a go-getter who enjoyed life and was loved by many.

A graveside Celebration of Shirley’s Life will be held at Forest Lawn Memorial Park on Saturday, May 4th, 2019 at 1:00PM.

A Sharing of Memories will be held at Forest Lawn Funeral Home following the graveside service. The family wishes for you to join them in food and fellowship to celebrate the life of such a wonderful woman.


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