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Shelley Drinkle

Shelley Drinkle

Monday, January 3rd, 1955 Saturday, October 5th, 2019

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DRINKLE, Shelley passed away peacefully at Bowmanville Memorial Hospital after a long battle at the age of 64. She is loving remembered by her husband Roy and their children Robert (Tania) and David. Grandmother to Dominic and Stacia. Shelley was an avid golfer and motorcyclist. She had a love for crafts and spent her time teaching gymnastics. Shelley was also a passionate animal lover with her husband Roy and spent her time caring for many dogs and cats. Shelley will be dearly missed by all of her friends and family. A Celebration of Life will be held in Shelley’s honor at the Kendal Orange Hall on December 21st from 1pm – 4pm.

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Bonnie Bowness

Our deepest sympathy to you Roy and your family.Shelly was a very special lady and loved by so many people that knew her.I recall her trying so hard to take care of Dennis when he was sick and she was just as sick as he was. She loved all of her family and friends unconditionally as well as her fur babies.Shelly had so many health issues,and iam not sure how she ever dealt with so much.Shelly was more concerned about how everyone else was doing.I remember when we were all younger seeing Shelly in her Motorcycle gear and thought how cool is she.She was all geared up and ready to jump on the back of your bike and go any where you took her.She really enjoyed the bike and you both looked at peace as though all your troubles just disappeared in the wind.May God heal your broken hearts and free you from sorrow.Shelly will watch over you all,she is now at peace with her Mom ,Dad and siblings and there will be no more suffering.Take care Roy,Robert,Tania,David,Dominic and Stacia hugs and love from Bonnie Bowness, Danny and Family
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Jo-Anne Guenette

I will always appreciate the time and care Shelley provided to me and my sister as our coach. She spent many hours training me, driving me to and from Slave Lake for trampoline practices and Calgary for Provincials. That was so much time she gave. Then, teaching me how to coach. I carry a part of her in my coaching style to this day. Thank you Drinkle family for sharing your mom with me, she was incredibly valued and won’t be forgotten.
Jo-Anne Beggs
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Vivianne jefferis

Sending my deepest sympathies to the family. Shelley was a staple in my life for over a decade as my coach at Nampa gymnastics club. I remember her coming to the gym each week with braids in her hair and a Coca-Cola in hand. Shelley was kind, thoughtful and dedicated to her athletes. I remember fondly how she went the extra mile when we needed extra training to prepare for the Albert winter games. Even arranging training sessions in Grand Prairie for me. I am grateful for all she did for me during my teens. Thank you for sharing your amazing, wonderful mother with me. Rest In Peace coach Shelley. Sending the Drinkel family a big hug. Love Vivianne Guenette Jefferis
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