Shirley M. Nelson

March 10, 2021

of Brownsville, TN, transitioned Wednesday, March 10, 2021. Public walk-through to be held Friday, March 19, 2021, 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM;  at VB Barlow Memorial Chapel, 205 North Main Street Covington, TN 38019. Funeral service will be held on Saturday, March 20, 2021, 12:00 Noon at Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church 1 Lafayette St, Stanton, TN 38069. Interment immediately following at Wesley Cemetery, 596 Wesley Rd, Stanton, TN 38069.

In accordance with local, state and federal guidelines, face masks/coverings are required. Seating will be limited due to social distance ordinances.

  1. I pray for the family during this most difficult time. May each of you find strength during your loss.

  2. Praying for strength and faith for the family as they go through this storm. We loved Ms Shirley and will never forget her or that smile. The Bountiful Blessing family will not be the same without Ms. Shirley sitting on the Mothers Board. Sharon, “Whenever you do not understand what’s happening in your life, just close your eyes, take a deep breath and say,(God, I know its your plan, just help me through it). We love you if you need us we are here even if it just conversation. God got this and you and the family. Mama said to let you know all of you are in her prayers.

  3. My Sweet Matriarch. You will be missed so much. But I am grateful for the love and guidance you gave me the past 37 years of my life. You are with me forever Gran.

  4. Although you told me this day would come. I still was not prepared. As much as you not being here hurts my heart. I know your not in anymore pain so take your rest Granny. I love you so much.

  5. Love you moma I going to miss you you will always be in my heart,u don’t have 2 be sick anymore your daughter sharon

  6. Mama I love you and will miss you so much.Thank you for always loving me. I no you are watching over us. You are with your sisters now. Love you my Queen. Elaine your daughter

  7. To the Nelson family: We will continue to keep you all in our prayers!????

  8. My dear grandma, I’m going to be so lost without you! You were the backbone to this family and we are really going to miss you! I’m just waiting any day to wake up bc this feels like a horrible dream. I thank God daily for giving me you and allowing me to be there by your side every step of the way! You were the best grandma a child could ever have! I’m thankful for all the beautiful memories that we have to share. Whenever I start to tear up I just look at that smile on your picture and I can hear you say I’m ok Tasha. You will be forever in my heart! I Love You Grandma❤️

  9. My deepest condolences to the family…Ms Shirley was so wonderful to me..just a beautiful lady. she will be missed. Rest In Peace..

  10. My deepest condolences to the family…Ms Shirley was so wonderful to me..just a beautiful lady. she will be missed. Rest In Peace..

  11. Heaven has gained another angel, you will truly be missed!!!

  12. Jesus said unto her, I am the resurrection and the life:he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live.
    – John 11:25
    Often times we go through grief at the passing of a Love one, not because we don’t have faith, but we love them so much that we want them to remain here with us. But we must realize that God loves them even more, and that His desire for ones life is greater than our desire for them to remain. Just imagine heaven, imagine being before the throne of God, imagine sitting at the feet of Jesus, where there’s no pain, no suffering, nor out cry but praises to The Lamb of God forever.
    Take my spirit Lord
    Take my spirit Lord fly it high away. For when I enter into your kingdom I’ll dwell there night and day. I know I’ll be protected at all times, for I am yours Lord and you are mine. So take my spirit Lord, carry it into your mansion place. For I’ll no loner be in pain Lord, nor have time to daze. I’ll enter into your kingdom, for there I will truly rest, and sing Glory Hallejuah for I’ll be at my best. There’ll be no more sickness for my sorrows are now gone. I’ll Praise you Always, for I’ve finally made it home.

  13. I wrote the previous comment last Name mispelled.

  14. My God bless and keep your family. May he strengthen you in a time such as this. For Jesus said I am the resurrection and the life, he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live. – John11:25

  15. She was more than just a mother-in-law. She was a 2nd mother to me. As I grew from a 19 teenager to a man sne was their. When I need someone to talk about anything she was there to listen. So gald God allow me to be a part of her life. I thank her for all the wisdom, knowledge, an understanding she gave me. MOM I LOVE YOU. Now take rest and I will see you on the other side love you ? you son ..

  16. Going to miss you auntie you taught me a lot was so glad i was able to talk to you on Thanksgiving and Christmas and New Year’s. Love you always ? your nephew ?

  17. All I can say is she was a great lady. She will be missed. Continuos prayers for the family.

  18. Love lives on forever in each memory and thought…
    Of the special ones who meant so much and the happiness they brought..
    Love lives on forever…it will never fade away…
    For,in our hearts,our loves ones are with us everyday!!
    To my friend Ann… you and the family are forever in my thoughts and prayers… Love you Mrs. Shirley… RIH…

  19. Dear Ms Shirley,
    Thank you for being so kind to me and my kids when we were around. I tell Tasha all the time you’re a tough one. I know God has the last say. He wanted you to rest. I know, you know, you are well loved.
    To the Family, may God give you all strength and peace in her home going. Remember, you all still have each other. Cherish it!
    Love Yall!
    Robin Polk

  20. Cousin Shirley, I love you so much. Every conversation was filled with love, wisdom and beautiful family memories. Your calm, sweet spirit was so very soothing and loving. Praying for our family to hold on to your beautiful smile and love for us as you rest in God’s loving arms. I will forever cherish our time together!
    Dorothy Terry Jarrett (Sister) and Aunt Callie

  21. Lord I Need My Grandma Back?