Sorry to hear your lose. I didn&t know your father had such a wonderful life and successful career. He certainly will be missed not only by his loved ones but also the many patients he took care of.
We are thinking of you during this difficult time with the passing of your father.
With deepest sympathy,
Fran and Ron Shumaker
We were so sorry to hear of John&s passing. You were blessed to be married to him for 62 years. How special. I did not realize that the two of you were from the same part of Indiana that I am from. I grew up in Mt. Summit so I am very familiar with Knightstown and Hagerstown.
We always enjoyed sharing our adventures with you with our mutual friends, the Klopfenstein&s. That was a very special family to know in Switzerland.
John was a strong Christian and now is with the Lord. We are thankful for his life and his service to the many people of our community. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.
Ed & Paulette Niles
P.S. We&re sorry we will be unable to attend the service as we are leaving for Hawaii on Monday.
My Condolence to You and Your Family in the loss of Your Father. God Bless.
I am keeping your family in prayer.
My favorite memory of Dr. Shively is from many years ago, probably back in the 1980&s. There were quite a few of us at your home in W. Lafayette. We were all playing a game, and everyone knew the rules, EXCEPT for Dr. Shively.....had something to do with the way someone crossed their ankles or folded their hands.... but it was so funny because the more the game progressed, the more Dr. Shively COULD NOT figure out what was going on....
So, with fond memories in so many ways, I give thanks for the gift of Dr. Shively and all your family in my life.
Claude Ross Bible
Reading Dr. Shively&s beautiful life, he was a unique personable
gentleman, whom I had the opportunity to get to know when I
worked at Home Hospital from 1969-1978. At times, some of
his surgical cases, he needed me to bring in my radiology
modalities into surgery to assist him in his orthopedic alignments.
Dr. Shively was a quite, but a true gentleman, who had empathy
and professionalism. He was associated with Dr. Ferguson in
the orthopedic clinic across the street from Home Hospital.
His Spirit lives on. Your loved one will always be with you
for those who knew him could never forget his kindness, his
wisdom, and his strong presence on this earth.
With my sympathy,
(Certified, Registered Radiology Technologist/Imaging Tech.)
Blessed is the man who trusts in the Lord,
whose trust is the Lord.
He is like a tree planted by water,
that sends out its roots by the stream,
and does not fear when heat comes,
for its leaves remain green,
and is not anxious in the yhear of drought,
for it does not cease to bear fruit.
The righteous flourish like the palm tree . . .
What a blessing to know that John loved the Lord and is now in His Presence forever! Rest in Peace, John . . . . . Gail Michael
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family, during this difficult time.
With deepest sympathy,
Tim and Terri Platt and family
Sr RC NW Region
Indiana Patriot Guard
I would like to convey my deepest heart felt condolences to your family and friends on there lost. You will not be far from my thoughts and prayers in the days that lay ahead. May God keep his arms around all those who grieve.
If a man has done his best, what else is there?
Dale Ready Asst& Senior Ride Captain NW.