Shelley Ann Wilson

Shelley Anne Wilson

Shelley was born on September 8, 1960 and passed October 20, 2020. She spent the initial years of her life in British Columbia and Alberta before coming to Ontario where she was a devoted mother of four wonderful children; Krystelle Shaughnessy (Darren Cope) of Ottawa, Jayme-Lynn Shaughnessy (Justin Williams) of Woodstock, Mitchell (Lindsay) Shaughnessy of Port Elgin and Cameron Shaughnessy (nomad). Shelley is a beloved Nana to five fabulous grandchildren; Brighton, Cole, Mya, Lillian, and Simon. Shelley leaves behind her father, Melford Wilson of BC and her brother Shawn (Marlene) Wilson of Ingersoll and additional family (aunts, uncles and cousins) in BC, Alberta, and Ontario. Shelley also leaves her husband, Kevin Hanenburg whom she met and spent the last 15+ years with enjoying life, a few travels together, but mostly time with family and friends. Kevin will miss Shelley dearly.

Shelley was a life-loving free soul who thoroughly enjoyed travel, having vacationed in The Caribbean, Mexico, Costa Rica, Spain, France, The Netherlands, just to name a few. She tackled many ventures in her life ranging from photography, coaching, teaching, Financial Planning, to owning and operating a day care until her health started to fail. In her final years, Shelley maintained a vibrant full agenda and calendar spending time with family and friends as much as possible. 

A sincere thank you is extended to Dr. Logan and her Team at the LHSC Cancer Clinic in London, and a special thank you to Dr. Fryer and all the staff at Sakura House. Your years of compassionate health care are greatly appreciated. Thanks also to her daily Health Care Providers; Young Mee, Bev and Janice, and the Out-Patient Clinic at the WGH, Jennifer, Shelly, and Heather.

Cremation has taken place. Memorial donations to VON Sakura House are appreciated and may be made directly, or by cheque through Wareing Cremation Services, 225 Norwich Ave., Woodstock (519-290-5575) entrusted with arrangements. Condolences may be shared at

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  • Dear Krystelle, I am very sad to learn of your loss of the passing of your mother. I remember her being so bubbly when attending St. Rita’s school to visit you and your siblings. I remember her voice when she would call you ‘Krissy’. She always seemed so focused coordinating the movements of four children which I thought was remarkable. It is not easy being a mom but she seemed to embrace it. Sending big hugs and wishing you comfort always. Very sincerely, L

    Lisa Clark
  • Shelley will never be forgotten. I will treasure my memories of her and offer you my condolences

    Jaap van Rosmalen
  • Shelley will never be forgotten. I will treasure my memories of her and offer you my condolences

    Jaap van Rosmalen
  • Kevin, So sorry to hear about Shelley. Our thoughts are with you and your family. Deepest Condolences.

    Greg & Kim Polisak
  • Kevin and family, We are so saddened by the passing of Shelley. Please know that you and yours are in our thoughts and prayers. Peace and love your way, Scott G and family

    Scott Guthrie
  • Kevin: so sorry to hear of Shelley’s Passing. Thinking of you & all her family

    Ted & Gail Donaldson (Hickson Neighbors)
  • My deepest condolences Krystelle to you and your family I will remember your mom most from our soccer road trips lol and the great team pictures she took

    Steve Murdoch
  • Kevin, My sincere condolences on the passing of Shelley She was always so cheerful and positive when coming to the clinic will certainly leave a void in my Fridays. Thinking of you and the rest of her family whom she talked about a lot and was so pleased to be able to spend time with them and friends. Cherish the memories and keep well Sincerely Shelley Kittmer OPC at Woodstock General Hospital

    Shelley Kittmer
  • Dear Kevin, Krystelle, Mitch, Jayme and Cameron My deepest condolences to each and every one of you. Shelley was an amazing woman who will be missed dearly. I have so many great memories (25+years)with her. Our getaways, Tuesday visits, girls weekend, Costa Rica and so much more. She was so proud of her wonderful children and she had a sparkle in her eyes when she talked about her grandchildren and adored spending time with them. Please let me know if there is anything I can do for the family. Rest in peace and thanks for everything my dearest friend xxoo

    Lauri Foster
  • Condolences to Mitch, Lindsay and all the family. Cherish all the beautiful memories that you have of Shelley!

    Doug and Debbie Sampson

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