February 19, 1951 ~ November 23, 2020
Born in: Pueblo, CO
Resided in: Pueblo, CO
Service for Michelle Shadbolt:
Michelle Annette Shadbolt, 69, went to be with Jesus on Nov. 23, 2020. Survived by husband of 52 years, Anthony Shadbolt; son, Gabriel; daughter, Julie (Aaron) Tomlinson; adopted grandchildren, Anthony II and Francisca; brothers, Steve and Ralph (Angel) Molyneux; sisters, Becky (Lee) Jensen, Donna (Tim) Chrisman, Dianna (Bryan) Gookin, Debbie (Bob) Thurson and Roberta Molyneux; grandchildren, Emery and Marissa White, Gabriel and Avery Shadbolt, and Elijah and Josiah Tomlinson. Preceded in death by father, Arthur Molyneux; mother, Dorothy Mabry; stepmother, Martha Gomez; and uncle, Clarence Molyneux. Michelle was born on Feb. 19, 1951, in Pueblo, Colo. and attended East High School, Lincoln High School in Denver and graduated from PCC Pueblo. She worked for the Pueblo Library District and loved spending time with family and attending the kid’s activities. Michelle enjoyed playing softball as a young adult and growing up she loved attending different churches on Pueblo’s east side where she committed her life to Christ. Michelle loved the Lord Jesus Christ with all her heart. She was a member of Broadway Christian Church and also attended New Day Church. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 15, 2020, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Online condolences, www.MontgomerySteward.com
Memorial Service: December 15, 2020 10:00 am
Montgomery & Steward Funeral Chapel
1317 N. Main Street
Pueblo, CO 81003
My friend I love you ..thank you for being in my life. I will miss you forever
I will miss her
We are so very sorry for your loss. You are always in our thoughts and we will continue to keep you in our prayers. Love to all of you
I look back with fondness and gratitude for having Michelle in a season of my life. Praying for the family at this very hard time. With love in Christ, Betty
Michelle was a beautiful lady. Always so cheerful anytime I ran into her she was so excited saying we need to get together! Years ago my ex-husband worked with Anthony at Martin Music, and I knew her Gabe! She always had such good things to say about her family. She will be missed! My prayers to all the family!
My condolences to the family. Michelle was a beautiful lady. Every time I ran into her she was so cheerful and just loved sharing all about her family. She would always say we need to get together again. My ex husband worked at Martin Music with Anthony for years. When ever I ran into Gabe we would speak of Michelle. God bless everyone. Prayers for her family. Such a loss!
My condolences go out to Anthony, Gabe, Julie & family. She loved you so much. I have fond memories of Michelle laughing, joking and confiding with each other when we worked for Pueblo Library District. May your memories give you comfort. Rest in Peace my friend Michelle.
Thank you so much. I know she enjoyed working with you. You were a good friend!
My condolences go out to Anthony, Gabe, Julie & family. She loved you so much. I have fond memories of Michelle
laughing, joking and confiding with each other when worked for Pueblo Library District. May your memories give you comfort. Rest in Peace my friend Michelle.
To Michelle’s family, I grew up with Michelle. We were in the same grades all the way through. We did Girl Scouts together. Anthony you were her Knight in Shining Armor. You saved her and blessed her. In later years whenever I ran into her, she was always bright, cheerful, and smiling . Heaven gained another angel.
It was with great sadness that i read of Michelle’s passing in the paper today. I knew Michelle from way back in late 79 when we worked at the Arby’s on 4th street. She was always a friendly, helpful and honest co-worker. She will be missed by one and all. My condolences to the family on your loss. Some special people in your life touch you enough to remember them 40 years later. @–>–>–]
Rhonda Owen and Tim Branin