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Shirely Ann (McIntosh) Brewer
January 3, 1958 ~ September 9, 2023 (age 65) 65 Years Old
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Shirley Ann Brewer, 65, of Indianapolis, passed away on September 9, 2023. She was born on January 3, 1958, to William and Mildred (Florence) McIntosh. Shirley was a woman of remarkable kindness and strength, and her presence touched the hearts of everyone who knew her.
Shirley had a heart of gold, and her warm and welcoming nature endeared her to all who crossed her path. It was no wonder that everyone loved her. She held a special place in the hearts of her family and friends, and her role as the matriarch of the family and the boss of everyone was a testament to her strength and leadership.
One of Shirley's enduring passions was her love for Elvis Presley. She adored both his music and movies, finding comfort and joy in his timeless artistry. Shirley's sister was not just a sibling but also her closest confidante. They talked on the phone all the time, their bond unbreakable.
Shirley is survived by her loving husband of 24 years, Clyde Brewer, who shared many beautiful moments and years together. Her children, Danny (Jessica), Al (Crystal), Crystal H., Markie, Paul, and James, were the pride and joy of her life. Shirley's legacy continues through her seven cherished grandchildren, who will forever remember her love and guidance. Her sister, Helen Rush, held a special place in her heart, and their sisterly bond was a source of strength and support.
Shirley is preceded in passing by her parents, William and Mildred McIntosh.
As we say goodbye to Shirley, let us remember the love she shared, the strength she embodied, and the kindness she spread throughout her life. Though she may no longer be with us in body, her spirit lives on in the hearts of those she held dear.