Shelley Ann Ledgett, a passionate stained glass artist and beloved member of the community, passed away on August 14, 2023, in Cleveland, Tennessee, at the age of 63. Born April 1960, in Topeka, Kansas, Shelley's artistic spirit and dedication to her craft touched the lives of many.
After retiring from a successful career in retail spanning over 35 years, Shelley discovered her true calling as a stained glass artist. With immense talent and creativity, she captured the beauty of light and color in her captivating artworks. Not limited to stained glass, Shelley excelled in various mediums, including drawing, painting, and pastels. Her artistic abilities were truly a gift that brought joy and inspiration to all who experienced her creations.
Outside of her art, Shelley had a deep love for animals and dedicated her time to volunteering at the local humane society. Her compassion for furry friends and willingness to lend a helping hand demonstrated her warm and caring nature.
Shelley will be deeply missed by her surviving relatives, including her devoted sister Diana Brown Ledgett. She is also survived by her brother Rick Ledgett and sister Lori Beckwith. Their shared memories and the love they shared will forever hold a special place in their hearts.
In honoring Shelley's life and legacy, a memorial service celebrating her remarkable journey will be held at 1:30pm on Wednesday, August 30, 2023, at the Cleveland Chapel of Companion Funeral Home. Family, friends, and members of the community are welcomed to attend and reminisce about the beautiful moments shared with Shelley.
In remembrance of her spirit, the family requests that donations be made to the local humane society in Shelley's honor. Her dedication to these organizations mirrored her commitment to making the world a better place.
Shelley's passing leaves a void in the hearts of those who knew and loved her, but her art and the impact she made will continue to inspire generations to come. May her soul find eternal peace, and may her memory be a blessing to all who were fortunate enough to have known her.