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Shirley Louise Craig Rolofson
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Birth: Dec. 7, 1942
Bloomington
McLean County
Illinois, USA
Death: Dec. 4, 2009
Peoria
Peoria County
Illinois, USA

PEORIA, IL - Shirley Louise Rolofson, 66, of Peoria passed away on Friday, Dec. 4, 2009, at her residence.

She was born in Bloomington on Dec. 7, 1942, to Thomas and Florence Alsman Craig.

She is survived by her children, Dustin (Deb) Rolofson of Findlay, Ohio, and Tammy (Mark) Vogel of Tuscola; brother, Donald Craig of Chicago; her grandchildren, Michelle, Stephine, Hailee, Conner and Devin; and her great-grandchild, Dakota.

Her parents and sister, Diane Craig, preceded her in death.

Shirley was a sales associate at Famous Barr and worked part time for Retired Senior Volunteer Services.

She was very active in St. Jude and was a member of the Unitarian Church.

Cremation has been accorded, and private burial will take place in Hudson Cemetery.

Her family would like to thank Hospice Compassus for the care they gave to Shirley.

The Cremation Society of Mid-Illinois Co. Pekin/Peoria is assisting the family with arrangements.

Published in the Peoria Journal Star on 12/9/2009
 
 
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 Parents:
  Thomas W. Craig (1916 - 1991)
  Florence L. Alsman Craig (1920 - 2008)
 
Burial:
Hudson Cemetery
Hudson
McLean County
Illinois, USA
 
Created by: Jeanette
Record added: Dec 16, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 45536910
Shirley Louise <i>Craig</i> Rolofson
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Shirley Louise <i>Craig</i> Rolofson
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 Added: Dec. 16, 2009
 
 
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