Shirley P. Troutman
Date of Death: February 26, 2011
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Shirley P. Troutman, 80, of Rossville, died at 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 26, 2011, at her residence. She was born May 23, 1930, in Lafayette, to the late Henry and Gladys Hengst Mussche. She graduated from Wea High School in 1948. On Nov. 14, 1969 she married Rollie K. Troutman in Lafayette. He died Dec.…

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Garnet and Becky McMillian left a message on March 2, 2011:
Dear Bruce, I was so sorry to hear about your mother. I worked with Shirley at Pay Less for over 18 years. She called me Pendleton, and we were the best of friends. She had the best sense of humor. She loved being outside and working puzzles, something we both had in common. My husband and I are here in Florida for the winter, and was thankful my son called to tell me of her death. She rode many rides with him when he was younger at Indiana Beach for our company picnics. Due to our being here, I was not able to attend the service. She really loved her grandchildren and talked of them often. She will be missed. Sincerely, Becky
Pam Bouldin Taylor left a message on February 28, 2011:
Shirley was such a kind and sweet neighbor. I have fond memories of her and Rollie growing up. Our prayers are with the family. The Taylors
joyce lamb left a message on February 28, 2011:
I just saw Shirley in the Doctors office not too long ago and she looked great. I worked with her at Payless for 12 years and she was the best friend a person could have. I&m so sorry of her passing. The family has my utmost sympathy. God bless Shirley.
Helen Probasco left a message on February 28, 2011:
Loved her! I worked with Shirley at Pay Less for about 7 years and she was a great teacher, honest, kind and most of all a great friend. Loved working with her as a cashier, payroll and we even had a switchboard back then. She was one of the smart ones that got home before the blizzard of 1978 snowed us in and we had to actually sleep in the store.

Loved it when I got to see Shirley out and about, always talked of how proud she was of Bruce and grandkids.

Shirley, with all the kindness you showed others, I am sure that the gates of Heaven have opened and welcomed you home.

Sending my sympathy to her family and love to Shirley.
Helen
Jana & Gorman Pierce left a message on February 28, 2011:
Thinking of you at this time, thoughts and prayers be with you.



She is at peace. Sorry we were unable to be there.



Jana and & Gorman
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Connie (Daugherty) Standiford left a message on February 28, 2011:
I&m sorry we are out of town and cannot convey our condolences in person. Please accept our sincere sympathy.

Connie & Gary Standiford
Soller-Baker Funeral Homes, Inc. left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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