Shelly Lora Grammer

November 16, 1963 - April 08, 2013


Shelly Lora Grammer was born November 16, 1963, in Kansas City, Missouri to John J. Grammer and Shirley Ann Slocum. She passed from this life April 8, 2013, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, at the age of 49. Shelly was a Homemaker. She is survived by her Mother: Shirley Box; Children: Sarah Luna, Tyler Cowan, Stephanie Woodward, and Alex Woodward; Grandchildren: Avery, Amelia, Madaeline, and Tyler John “TJ”; Sister: Cindy Cline; Cousins: Robert, Anita, Jamie, Mark, Dana, and William; and Life Partner: Darrell Woodward. Shelly was preceded in death by her Father and two Cousins. A Graveside Service will be held to honor her memory on Friday, April 12, 2013, at 11:00 am at the Rolling Oaks Memorial Gardens Cemetery. (Click on the link marked “Service Schedule” for a map.) Condolences may be sent through the guest book on this page.

Graveside Service

  • Date & Time: April 12, 2013 (11:00 AM)
  • Venue: Rolling Oaks Memorial Gardens
  • Location: 4300 E 91st St. Tulsa, OK 74137 - (Get Directions)

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10 responses to Shelly Lora Grammer

  1. Anita says:

    Most fun cousin we ever had!!!!!!!!! Anita and Jamie

  2. Skip Wagoner says:

    she was a good friend and will be missed

  3. Nancy Litton says:

    Shirley, Cindy, Darrell, Sarah, Tyler, Stephanie, & Alex, I am so sorry for your loss. Shelly and I were best friends when I lived there and she was my rock. Shelly could always make me laugh even at my lowest moments. We lost touch and for years I tried to find her. Finally I was able to make contact with her this past year. I was blessed to have had her in my life and been able to have those last few talks. I love her and will miss her. Shelly talked about all of you, about how proud she was of each of you and just how much she loved you. You all are in my prayers. Love to all Nancy

  4. my thoughts and prayers go out to the kids.I could not imagine what you all are going through.

  5. My mom was the world to me. I remember countless nights sitting up til 6 a clock in the morning just talking about life and the countless stories she shared will always be in my heart. To lose your mother at 17 is extremely difficult but i know with everything in me she's here. She opened my eyes to the world of music and thanks to her in pursuing my dteam of being a singer/songwriter. " When you get a famous you're going to have to roll me out on your wheel chair and say hello" XD she had the best sense of humour. She always believed in me. That will never go away. The heart beat never dies…

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