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In Memory of

Shirley Jean Suns

September 25, 1956 - September 13, 2017

Obituary


Shirley Hancock-Suns, 60, of Francesville, Indiana passed away September 13, 2017. She was born in Kokomo, Indiana to John and Maxine (Burton) Hancock on September 25, 1956.
She worked for several years at Crane Hill Machine in Seymour, Indiana, where she was the first female machinist on the line. After she moved to Logansport, Shirley was employed at RBM as a factory worker. In her spare time she loved spending time with her kids and grandkids, solving crossword puzzles, collecting and rolling loose change for savings, and dancing. She would dance where ever she was...

Shirley Hancock-Suns, 60, of Francesville, Indiana passed away September 13, 2017. She was born in Kokomo, Indiana to John and Maxine (Burton) Hancock on September 25, 1956.
She worked for several years at Crane Hill Machine in Seymour, Indiana, where she was the first female machinist on the line. After she moved to Logansport, Shirley was employed at RBM as a factory worker. In her spare time she loved spending time with her kids and grandkids, solving crossword puzzles, collecting and rolling loose change for savings, and dancing. She would dance where ever she was as long as she was able to get on her feet! Shirley also loved to play corn hole and binge-watch Lifetime movies.
In addition to her parents, Shirley is preceded in death by her brothers, John Hancock, Kevin Hancock and William Hancock; sisters, Saundra Hancock-Busch, Sharon Hancock-Hawkins; son, Matthew Nichols; and grandchildren, Angel, Trent and Kaylee.

Shirley is survived by her beloved furbabies Emma Jean and Bella; brother, Charles "Chuck" Hancock of Kokomo; sister, Sandra Hills of Elkhart; daughters, Betty (Anthony) Sutton-Conklin of Kokomo, Tammy Sutton -Hines of Kokomo, Jamie Nichols of Logansport, and Nicole (Travis) Johnson of Francesville; grandchildren, Brianna, Izaiah, Kandace, Ethan, Peyton, Trayton, Nick, Tanner, Adam, Angela, Dezaray, Alesha, and Zach; 17 great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.
Family will receive friends at Sunset Memory Garden Funeral Home from 1-3 p.m. with a funeral service being held at 3. Pastor Michael Alley of Woodland Church of God will officiate.