Shirley (Scholar) Violette

Born: Sat., Apr. 20, 1946
Died: Tue., Aug. 31, 2010

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Shirley (Scholar) Violette, 64, of Bristol, wife of Armand Violette died Tuesday at The Pines of Bristol.

Shirley was born April 20, 1946 in Canada. She was the daughter of the late John and Flora (Hicks) Scholar.

Besides her husband she is survived by her son, James Cheney and his wife Clara of Bristol; her daughters, Lisa Bradshaw and her fiancAC.e Henry Sarbieski of Naugatuck, Melissa Santiago of Bristol; her brothers, Stephen Scholar of Bristol, Samuel Scholar and his wife Virginia of Bristol, Robert Jones and his wife Louise of Canada; her sisters, Sheila Horton and her husband Tim of Arkansas, Sandra Hicks and her husband Richard of Canada; five grandchildren, two step grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her son Joseph Cheney.

Funeral services will be held Thursday 8:00PM at the Scott Funeral Home, 169 Main St., Terryville. Burial will be in Hillside Cemetery, Terryville. Relatives and friends may call at the funeral home Thursday evening from 6:00 to 8:00PM.

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Sandra

I have never met a stronger person than my sister Shirley. What she has endured these past 4 years is a miracle in itself. Now she has gone on to be with with Joe. May she find peace in her new journey. And may all her family and friends smile when we see a white butterfly go by.

Love Aunt Sandy and Uncle Rick


Donna Augur (Bristol VNA)

My deepest condolences to all of you... I was only with Shirley for a short time but was impressed with the love that enveloped your family. God Bless you all...

Love from Donna


doreen cowett

armand and family, i dont have any words as to how i feel about shirley being gone.it was a long battle for her and she gave it a good fight. she will surely be missed by me. we have had some good laughs and cries.i have to keep them to myself {between her and I}she may be listening. i will always feel that she is my angel on my shoulder.she just had a way about her. i never doubted her and what she believed in.god bless you shirley and i hope your in a happier place. i will miss you dearly. your friend doreen

joseph(grandson)

i love my granmother she lived a long life until now i miss her so much this was a sad momment for our family my mom had cried alot that day and she will alway be in our heart i hope shes watching out for us and helps us all.

Lisa {oldest daughter}

Dear Mom,

I love you with all my heart and soul. You are my hero, I am so proud to have you as my mom and I am so blessed to have had you in my life and to be with you at the end of this journey for you as you went with Joe. I can only imagine the look on your face when you saw him again after all this time, your eyes must of brightened up the sky and your smile so bright I wish i could of seen that moment but I'm sure it was as beautiful as I imagine...

You are the heart and soul of our family I only hope I can do half as good of a job as you.

Just like I said to you as you were taking your lasts breath I am proud of you, I love you and you are the brightest angel and whoever gets you as their guardian angel is a very lucky person... I love you mom always and forever

Please guide me through life....

Your Daughter, Lisa


melissa(younest child)

My mother was the strongest woman i have ever known.she has taught me alot about life an about love.her love was unconditional.she never judged anyone an she helped everyone.im going to miss you so much mom you are always going to be in my heart.i know you are at peace now no more pain or suffering.you always knew how to brighten my day.you where a great listener also.i have cried i love you soo much an miss you so much.

ashley violette (grandaugher)

my grams was the single most amaizing person i have ever known. She was able to adapt herself to anyone person to help them. she could bring herself down to your level to see and undersnd how your feeling not just to help you, but so you wont feel alone. she can make you feel so warm and so complete like all is right in the world ,when really its all wrong. the only woman who would stand alone againts an army if she felt she was right. all of her bravery came from all of her pain and the way her life started. but she carried all her pain like it blonged there and shaped her. she made it her own world . where only love for family and friends mattered. i only hope that we all listen to what i belive is her greatest lesson of all to carrie on the traditon she bilt to stay a strong family and love everyone no matter what!



gram i will miss you always

i can never thank you enough


Stephanie Jones

My deepest sympathies to all of the family.



[ And So You See A Part Of You Has Grown In Me - Together Forever Never Apart, Maybe In Distance But Never In Heart a ]



Rest In Peace Aunt Shirley!


LOLA

TO SHIRLEY.there's a certain comfort that you provide to your family and friends it was a special feeling of love and happiness.a memorie that we will all carry with us.I can still see that smile on your face the day you gave brith to Lisa..love you for ever and always.LOLA

RITA&NORMAN

TO SHIRLEY.

well i was so happy that i got to see you before you went home to the good lord ,

you gave it your all ,but one can only think you are in a better place now ,you are with your son JOE and MICHELE ,i will miss our conversasion that we share over the phone always,sadly missing you,

your sister in law ,RITA &NORMAN&FAMILY


Austin,Violette

she was a tuff cookie and she servived all the mager troble

JAMES HER SON

I LOVE YOU SO MUCH I NEVER NEW WHAT I HAD IN A MOTHER LIKE YOU .YOU ARE MY HERO .TELL JOE I LOVE HIM .ILOVE YOU BOTH.SAVE ROOM FOR ME IN HEAVEN.I WILL NEVER FORGET EITHER OF YOU .GOD TAKE CARE OF THEM.THANKS,LOVE YOU GUYS



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