Shelly Kay Simmons Obituary

Description: Shelly Kay Simmons Obituary... Our Heartfelt Condolences To Her Loved Ones...

Published: 03/23/2023
Byline: SECO News

Shelly Kay Simmons

April 23, 1962 - February 18, 2023



We are sad to announce the passing of Shelly Kay Simmons of La Junta, Colorado. She passed away on February 18, 2023 in Pueblo, Colorado, surrounded by her loved ones.

Her funeral will be a private ceremony with only close family members present. In lieu of flowers and food, donations may be made to the charity of your choice. Shelly was living in La Junta, CO and had her own cleaning business, Valley Maid, until her health failed. She was a loving and kind “soul” to all her clients. She not only cleaned their home but helped out with any chores they needed with compassion and love!

Shelly is survived by her sons, Brad (Stephanie) Simmons, Cameron Simmons, Travis (Michele) Simmons; daughter, Amanda Hart; grandchildren, Nate (Tanya) Simmons, Kaitlyn Simmons, Aubrey Simmons, Rhett Simmons and Sadie Simmons. ; Great grandchildren, Oliver Simmons; Father of her sons, Sonny (Anita) Simmons; Brother, Bret (Kristen) Stowers; Niece, Baylee Stowers; Mother, Kay Gillen; Sister in-law, Terri Wright; Nephew Larry Hulsey; Niece, Terra Herd; Exchange students, Cristian Malter from Germany and Andrew McKay from England; Special friends, Faye Rzonca, Jim Walter, Ron Corneluis, Debbie Meyer Carlile and Sandy Milenski.

Shelly was preceded in death by her father, Glen Stowers; her grandparents, Harry and Thelma Gillen; Dale and Donita Stowers. Sonny Simmons’s father C.V. Simmons, Jr., Mother, Charlene Simmons.

A celebration of life will be held on March 25th , at 4:00 PM, at 1220 East 3rd Avenue in La Junta (The old Hickory House) for Shelly Simmons.
In lieu of flowers and food, the family has requested that donations be made to a charity of your choice in Shelly's honor.
Shelly was a caring mother, grandmother, daughter, and friend. Those who knew her will immediately say that there isn't anything she wouldn't do for the people she loved. Her passion for painting, horses, and all animals was a true testament to her ability to see the good and beautiful things in life. She had a selfless, giving spirit and found her greatest joy in taking care of others in any way she could. She will be so greatly missed.

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