Shelby  Pinnegar

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Ms. Shelby Pinnegar passed away on May 6, 2019. Shelby was born on May 4, 1942 in Kingston, WV to Mr. & Mrs. Jackson B. Cales. Preceeded in death by her mother and father, seven of her siblings and her husband Nay W. Pinnegar.
Survived by a sister Dorothy Caudill of Hilton Head, SC. Her three children Janet Sistrunk, Sandra Davis (Mark) and Joseph Sistrunk, 3 grandsons, 3 granddaughters, multiple great-grandchildren and a host of nieces and nephews.
Life long member of the Baptist faith. Long time member of First Baptist Church of Live Oak, FL.
Very involved in multiple ministries.
Loved her flowers, her family and Jesus.
Published on May 10, 2019
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Barbara Johnson
May 15, 2019
Shelby was very diligent in her path to serve the Lord. She was kind and aware of all people and their suffering. I had many good experiences with Shelby following the faith. She will be missed by many and I hope she is smiling down at us during our bereavement. Always on our mind.
Dottie Caudill
May 14, 2019
Nin,
I am missing you so much already! Thank God you do not have to suffer anymore. I know what is going on up there right now with you 3 other girls! Be easy on me ok?
All kidding aside I love you so much and all the great memories we had together.
Oh by the way tell "Brother" hello!
Love you!
Dorth
Lucy Black
May 13, 2019
Always enjoyed Shelby. She had a heart for helping others. She could be fiesty and blunt in a good way, but loved the Lord Jesus. She is already being missed at FBC clothes closet where she worked as a volunteer for many years. ❤️
Connie
May 11, 2019
I knew Miss Shelby as one of my co-workers at the first baptist clothing ministry. I loved her beautiful and spunky self very much and she will be missed by more people than you will ever know as her kindness spread far and wide to so many people in need!Will see you in heaven when I get there sweet lady. Connie B.