Faull, Shirley

Shirley Lucille Gann Faull was born on October 1, 1951 to J.R. and Edwina Gann. She was freed from her long fought battle with cancer and went home to be with her heavenly Father on July 26, 2015. Shirley married the love of her life on September 27, 1970.   They shared a lifetime together filled with laughter love and friendship.   They were blessed with one son Michael and one daughter Melinda. They were her sunshine. She made every attempt to be her kids biggest supporters and was the most passionate and involved Mom around. She was their loudest cheerleader and most dedicated fan you will ever know. To know her and be her friend was to be a part of her family and have someone in your corner to lean on. She was a confidant, a warrior, champion and hero to everyone she knew, loved and called friend. Her talents knew no end; ceramics, jelly making, cosmetology, crafting just to name a few that she excelled in and enjoyed doing. She was a woman of immense courage and an unbridled spirit. Her love and devotion to family magnified as she became a grandmother. With each one she seemed to take on an endless energy to know and love each one of them uniquely, individually and without end. The legacy she has left behind to her family is one of amazing and ferocious love and passion.

She leaves behind her forever friend and husband of 45 years Chris Faull of Odem, Texas, her brother Douglas and wife Jana Gann of Mesa Arizona, her son Michael and wife Belinda of Eldorado, Texas, her daughter Melinda and husband Rick Roberson of Odem, Texas and the shining stars of her life seven grandchildren Mykala, Shelby, Hannah and Colby Roberson all of Odem, Texas and Canyon, Marshall, and Reese Faull all of Eldorado. Her niece Brandy and her children Carly Dugger and Meghan Wilkins and nephew Blake Gann all of Mesa Arizona. The family requests that in lieu of flowers memorials can be made to colon and lung cancer research or charity of their choice.

Memorial services will be conducted on Thursday, July 30, 2015 at 10:00 A.M. in the Sawyer-George Funeral Home Chapel.