Shelbi Ory Obituary, Death – Shelbi Mary Ory, who was 31 years old when she passed away on Tuesday, January 31, 2023, did so in a composed and unruffled manner. Her beloved Catahoula, Tick, as well as her maternal grandparents, Claude Maurin Granier and Mary Helen Granier, all went away before she was born.
Her loving mother Linda Granier Ory and loving father Matthew John Ory, her sisters Natasha St.Pierre Clement, Shauna St.Pierre Fuselier, and Chloe Alexandra Ory, her brother Noah Matthew Ory, her loving boyfriend Thom Reed, her grandparents Rodney Jude and Lynn Eve Ory, her godparents Christopher Ory, Sr. and Carolyn Oncale, and a large number of uncles, aunts, and cousins are among those who are able to mourn She came into this world.
The zeal and resolve with which Shelbi approached her brief employment with our company carried her not only through challenging times, the kind of experiences that are common to the majority of young adults but also to the accomplishment of many lauded feats of hard work in the fields of contract billing and data entry.
Shelbi’s accomplishments were not only carried through challenging times but also to the completion of many lauded feats of hard work. The genuine version of Shelbi was one of a kind, and her beauty shone not only from the surface of her body but also from the depths of her being. Those people who had the extraordinary good fortune to know her had the chance to experience both true friendships with her and overwhelming love for her.
Her profound fondness for all kinds of creatures was well known to everyone. It was incredible to watch how fast she was able to connect with kids despite the linguistic barrier that existed between them. You are an angel, little one, therefore soar with the heavens! St. Peter Catholic Church, which can be found at 1550 Hwy 44 in Reserve, Louisiana 70084, will be the location of a Funeral Mass that will be celebrated on Tuesday, February 7, 2023, at eleven in the morning.
Family members and close friends are encouraged to come. The viewing is scheduled to begin at nine o’clock in the morning. The burial will take place in the St. Peter Catholic Cemetery in St. Petersburg, Florida. In order to view the memorial that has been placed online, please go to the following website: www.milletguidry.com.