Monday, May 23, 2016

Molly Grace Shupe (2010-2016)





Molly Grace Shupe

November 23, 2010 - May 21, 2016


Molly Grace Shupe was called home on May 21, 2016, following a 3-year dance with childhood leukemia. She fought hard, and put on such a brave face one would hardly know she was suffering.


Molly’s life seemed so short, and yet the quality of her existence far exceeds the quantity of days she had on this earth. She was quick to love and made fast friends with any who made the slightest effort to show her kindness. She lived for routine and was diligent in making sure the rules were followed and promises were kept. She had an expert imagination, with dreams that could rival the best. She often surprised us with how clear and precise her memory was.


She is survived by her daddy, James; mommy, Leisel; big sister, Annie; little brother, Jack; and her grandparents, many aunts and uncles, and a cousin. She was preceded in death by her paternal great-grandparents James Lennis and Drue Wilson Chambers of Trenton, Utah, great-aunt Alice Susan Olcott of Mesquite, Nevada; maternal great-grandfather Earl Henry Moser of Willcox, Arizona; great-uncle Craig Timothy of Phoenix, Arizona; maternal great-grandmother Helen Ann ”Nana” Lewis of Pocatello, Idaho, and first cousin once-removed Mia Catherine McClellan of Nampa, Idaho. 


We believe that families are forever. Molly is welcomed home by her loved ones in the next place, and will be reunited with her earthly family in the future.


A viewing will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, May 26th at the Lindquist Mortuary, 3408 Washington Blvd in Ogden, where the family will receive condolences. A small intimate graveside service for immediate family will be held the next morning.  

A celebration of Molly’s life will be held on November 19, 2016, with details to follow at mollyscancerblog.blogspot.com and facebook.com/mollysurvivesthrives.

2 comments:

  1. She is our strongest angel now, she gave me so much strength as I was fight the same evil leukemia as she she was the strongest, I will never forget her,, a grand fighter she is with the leukemia angels now, grading us all ,, she her short life a powerful journey she the grand winner of this fight

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  2. May God bless you and keep you through this difficult time. My name is Ruby H., and I have a 4 year old granddaughter with ALL. As part of the ALL family, my heart breaks for you, but I also know that Molly's life changed the world in the time she was given. Our hope of heaven, a place where little girls no longer have to fight disease, gives us strength,

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