Death of Shelby Grundy

This prayer request is from Senior Pulley, wife of GCI-Bermuda pastor Cecil Pulley.

I am sorry to report the passing of my brother Shelby Grundy on November 1, 2015. He was 67 years old. Shelby became a part of WCG/GCI in 1967 and has been a faithful member ever since. He attended Ambassador College and graduated in 1978. He also worked in WCG’s television studio for nearly 25 years.

Shelby was well known for his jovial and upbeat attitude and sense of humor, which he was able to maintain even in the midst of trial and pain. He was able to witness to many about the love and goodness of God.

He leaves to cherish his memory his wife of almost 40 years, Marietta, son Matthew (wife Jocelyn), daughter Susan, sisters Rose Arnold, Alice Roach (husband Donald) and Senior Pulley (husband Cecil) and brother Mether Grundy (wife Emily), five grandchildren, nieces, nephews and friends all over the world.

Please remember our family in prayer.


Cards may be sent to:

Senior Pulley
Greenwood
#14 East Shore Road
Sandy’s MA02
BERMUDA

3 thoughts on “Death of Shelby Grundy”

  1. Shelby was in a word unforgettable (he would have known that song by Nat King Cole)–as his pastor for almost 20 years I can say our little Glendora Church was in total shock the first week. Few people knew how debilitated he was near the end but constantly pushed himself to get to church–at the end, church was his life. I’ll remember him sitting in the middle of church eagerly participating. The last sermon he heard quoted three times “these all died in faith” convinced they would inherit the promises–take your rest, Shelby–we’ll see you later.

  2. We are so sorry to hear of the loss of your brother, Shelby, and know that he will be dearly missed by you – as well as all of your family members. May God, through our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, keep you and your family snuggled in His all caring and loving arms during this time – and always.
    In Christian Love
    Grace Covenant Fellowship
    Birmingham, Alabama

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