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Shannon Fuller-Flood

Shannon passed away on October 22nd, 2012; she was born on March 16th, 1971.   Shannon is survived by her beloved husband Rob Flood, her sweet dog Buddy, her loving parents Eliot and Jeannie, her awesome brother Michael, and her amazing sister Heather, her most caring grandparents David (Paka) and Ethel (Bunya), Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, her 2 best friends  Alissa Lusky (who has been her friend for life all 41 years) and Jennifer Newberry who has always been there for Shannon during the hardest times, and the rest of her friends. Shannon loved life. She was a clinical therapist for many years until she was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease that took her independence away. She went to heaven with her 2 dogs Paso and Takati to meet her other dogs Tippy, Cali, and peanut, they will celebrate her life in heaven with her grandparents on her father’s side and her great grandparents on her mother’s side and her long time friend Boston. Rest in Peace Shannon may you be pain free and party like a Rock star. You will be greatly missed, until we meet again SHALOM.

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One Memory to “Shannon Fuller-Flood”

  1. Elaine Pruss (Darga) says:

    Dear Eliot and Jeannie,

    I am so sorry to hear of Shannon’s passing. I remember her golden locks and big eyes, watching her play with Alissa on Marshall. That is the memory I have of her. She was a special gift to you, and she was loved and was a great older sister to her siblings. There are no words that I can offer you at this most sad time. She is pain free and enjoying eternal life, smiling upon both of you for the wonderful life you gave her. Please be assured of my prayers and love.


    Elaine Pruss (Darga)

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