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December 1, 1975 ~ April 23, 2023 (age 47) 47 Years Old
Bro. Shawn Shelley, of Seymour, Tennessee, passed away Sunday, April 23, 2023, at Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center in Knoxville, Tennessee, having attained the age of 47 years, 4 months, and 24 days. He was born in Livingston, Tennessee on Monday December, 1, 1975, the son of Murl and Judy (Polston) Shelley. On Saturday, December 17, 2022, he married, A.J. Shelley. Mr. Shelley was a Christian and had answered the call to preach. He had served in housekeeping at Clinton County Care and Rehab. In addition to his father, he was preceded in death by a son, John McCarter.
Bro. Shelley is survived by his wife, A.J. Shelley of Seymour, Tennessee, mother, Judy Shelley of Albany, Kentucky, children, Isaiah Shelley of Albany, Kentucky, Priscilla Shelley of Bowling Green, Kentucky, Justin McCarter, Josh McCarter, Amber McCarter, and Aiden Clifford, all of Seymour, Tennessee, brother, Eric Shane Shelley of Albany, Kentucky, grandchildren, Bowen McCarter, Lochlan McCarter, Isaac McCarter, Hazel McCarter, J.B. McCarter and other relatives, and friends.
The Funeral Service was conducted in the Chapel of Campbell-New Funeral Home, Saturday, April 29, 2023 at 1:00 p.m. CST, with Bro. Michael Pierce and Bro. Johnny Phillips officiating. Casket bearers were Robbie Epperson, Dan Burchett, Tim Hacker, Shane Shelley, Bobby Dicken, and honorary casket bearer C.W. Riley. Burial was in Cedar Hill Cemetery in Clinton County, Kentucky. In lieu of flowers the family has asked for donations to help defray final expenses.
Campbell-New Funeral Home in Albany, Kentucky was honored to be in charge of arrangements.