Obituary for Shirley Ann Barclay

By Eden’s Funeral Home
March 31, 2021
Shirley Ann Barclay passed away suddenly of health issues, at Vista Village in Pincher Creek, at the age of 77.

Shirley grew up in Natal/Sparwood, B.C. After high school she went off to nurse training in Calgary. Pincher Creek being her practicum, in her training she met her husband, Bob, who predeceased her. She worked as a nurse in Pincher Creek until her retirement.

Shirley enjoyed waterskiing, bowling, curling and, most of all, golf. She was a fixture at the Pincher Creek golf course, often exceeding 100 rounds of golf per year. In her later years she loved watching old movies on TV.

Shirley is survived by her two children: Deanna and Lance; her four grandchildren: Dane, Dean, David and Julio; her four great-grandchildren: Emily, Owen, Lyndon and Dayton. Shirley is also survived by her two sisters: Marge (John) Halko and Wendy (Ray) Allen.
She was a dedicated daughter, wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend.

There will be a small family gathering. When Covid restrictions allow, there will be a celebration of life.

Condolences may be sent through


Funeral arrangements entrusted to Eden’s Funeral Home


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