Shelly Babbitt-Byrne

Shelly A. Babbitt-Byrne

Sunday, November 1st, 2020
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Shelly A. Babbitt-Byrne, age 63, passed away on Sunday, November 1, 2020. She was born in Santa Monica, CA on October 29, 1957 the daughter of the late Willis and Shirley (Foster) Babbitt. Shelly attended many colleges and earned her bachelor’s degree. She was known for always being a student. Most recently she worked as a coordinator at Workforce Development in Neenah. Shelly will be remembered for her soft voice, and for being very kind and caring.

Shelly is survived by her spouse, Julie Babbit-Byrne; children: C.J. and Max Babbit-Byrne; brother, Willis Babbitt II; sisters: Jerie (Thomas) Moore and Jodie Babbitt; nieces: Rebecca (Jason) Williams, Ashley Weddell, Samantha Moore and Tabetha Moore; nephews: Thomas Moore Jr. and Jared Barnes; great-nephews: Jacob Mamaril and Jason Williams; and great-nieces: Jaelee and Jaeden Williams. She was preceded in death by her parents.

It was Shelly’s wish to be cremated with no services.
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Vicki Capt

Posted at 03:53pm
Shelly Anne Babbitt-Bryne is and will always be a loving Mother to her 3 children. She treasured them and I'm sure if Heaven will allow she will always be by their side. Shelly enjoyed music, laughter, and her family including friends that truly admired her loyalty, confidence, tenderness towards humanity, and intolerance of racism. Her calm, soothing voice was a strength to many she served out of unconditional love and friendship throughout her short life span. In the Los Angeles area, groups of friends would gather at her home for game night, music and enjoyed her gentle way of talking. Shelly so admired nature and long walks that would be spiritual moments of peace. Many times, Shelly would spend time at the ocean watching the waves and sharing that perfect smile. She seemed always in tune with the very soul of an individual and could easily break-down barriers to understand and communicate like no other. Shelly loved, honored her parents and enjoyed being Irish and is a strong Celtic. I am positive she passed that strong culture to others and most importantly to her children. Till we meet again my friend.

Terri R Green

Posted at 03:28pm
I enjoyed talking and spending time with Shelly as she was always thoughtfully insightful. She was very caring, always considering others before herself. During our talks she would share how much she loved her children and she lived for the day she would reunite with them. She was a wonderful person and will be missed.

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