In Memory of Barbara Culley





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Barbara Culley

Barbara Lavina (Shelton) Culley of Potosi, Missouri was born August 14, 1944 in Valley Park, Missouri a daughter to the late Paul Shelton and Francis Lucinda (Burton) Shelton. Barbara departed this life Monday, April 20, 2020 having reached the age of 75 years, 8 months and 6 days. Barbara is survived by her life partner, Chris Boyer of Potosi, Missouri; two daughters, Caralynn Ronchetto and husband Mike of Potosi, Missouri, Tonya Belfield and husband Donnie of Dittmer, Missouri; two sons, Lewis Culley of Dittmer, Missouri, Keith Cully and wife Pam of Irondale, Missouri; one brother, Ricky Shelton and wife Delores of Mt. Grove, Missouri; ten grandchildren, eight great grandchildren and many nieces, nephews other relatives and friends. In addition to her parents, Barbara was preceded in death by her sister, Sally Dawson; brother, Robert “Boots” Shelton; granddaughter, Caitlyn Ronchetto and great granddaughter, Florense Uzetta. Barbara was fun loving and always up for a day trip. She loved to go shopping and scour antique stores looking for collector items to proudly display in her home. She loved making crafts, tending to her beautiful flower garden and going to wineries. Most of all, she loved her family and her dogs with all her heart and the joyous memories they shared together will be treasured forever. Memorial donations may be made to the Breast Cancer Society and Serenity Hospice As we encourage the community to join the family in honoring the life of Barbara Culley, we urge everyone to follow the guidelines of our government and health officials regarding personal contact and attending gatherings. We know many will want to express their sympathy directly to the family, but all attendees shall remain in their vehicle the entire duration of the service. Moore Funeral Home is committed to helping families honor the lives of their loved ones, while keeping the safety and well-being of all residents, staff and officials our priority. We appreciate your understanding and patience during this difficult time.