February 6, 1954 – February 15, 2018

Shirley Ann Brizuela, passed away on February 16, 2018 at St. Luke’s Magic Valley Regional Medical Center in Twin Falls following complications following surgery. She was 64 years old. She attended school in Kimberly, Idaho.

Shirley loved to go camping in the South Hills and at Murtaugh Lake. In addition Shirley was the best Mexican food cook around.

Shirley is survived by four sisters – Rosemary (Gary) Lavine, Linda (Joe) Martin, Julie (Rick) Bondie, Dorie (Ken) Shaffer, one child – Jeremy Dee Glandon, two stepsons – Jose Jr. (Makenzie) Brizuela, Salvadore (Eva) Brizuela, seven grandchildren – Isac, Jasmine, Isabella, Ethan, Sidney, Lillian, Jaydon, and Makaydon, and one great grandchild. She will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her. Shirley was preceded in death by her mother & father, Marie Brown & John A. Brown, her two sisters, Ruth Hayes & Susan Greenfield and her two brothers, John A. Brown, Jr. & Bill Brown.

A Celebration of Life Service will be held at a later date in the South Hills. Arrangements are under the direction of Parke’s Magic Valley Funeral Home of Twin Falls.

To mom my angel, my rock, my friend, this is your son Jeremy. I was not there to say goodbye, because I will not say goodbye, your my mom , my best friend, my rock and my angel. I know God has a special place for you in heaven, with your mom, dad, Susie and Ruth. I can’t believe it was so soon, but when an angel of God have work to do they did their best. That is why God picked my mom, because she is the best angel anyone could have to watch over them and I know you’re watching me, Makaydon, Jaydon and all the ones you loved that is what a angel of God does. I never hurt so bad till the day came that God told me He had to take my angel with the rest of her family and build a new home with her loved ones she has been missing for so long. I can see all these angels flying in the air, grandmas, grandpas, Suzie Q, we love you all till we meet again. Love your son, Jeremy, my angel, my rock, my friend, love you mom.