Shirley Ann Scott
Shirley Ann Scott

December 17, 1935 - July 2, 2016
Born in St. Louis, MO
Resided in Aurora, CO


Shirley Ann Scott, age 80, passed away on July 02, 2016 from natural causes.

Shirley was born on December 17, 1935 to Texal and Bernice Glazebrook in St. Louis Mo. She moved to Aurora, Colorado as a teenager, graduated from Aurora Central High School and Aurora was her hometown ever since.

Shirley was married three times, Walter Thomas (Tom) Kyle, Jerry Zwiers (Deceased) and Walter Scott (Deceased). Each marriage brought a special kind of love and adventure to her life.

Shirley was a life long Bronco fan and loved watching her Rockies play. She lead an active lifestyle that included world travel, square dancing and decades of league bowling. Throughout her life she was active in the community, volunteering for Meals on Wheels, Friends of Aurora Public Library and The Shrine Circus. She was also a member of the Shirley Club. She also worked in retail sales and for 10years as an Optometrist Assistant.

Shirley is survived by three sons, Texal Kyle, San Antonio, Tx, Timothy Kyle and Todd Kyle, Aurora, Co. and six grandchildren, Joshua, Colbi, Joseph, Amanda, Ryan and Maria.

A Memorial Service will be held at 2:00 PM on Wednesday, July15, 2016 at Horan & McConaty Funeral Home, 11148 E. Dartmouth Ave., Aurora, Co. in the HeartLight Reception Center. She will then be laid to rest in the Rocky Mountain Memorial Park in a private family ceremony. Information and directions can be found at

In lieu of flowers, Memorial Contributions in her name to the National Kidney Foundation would be greatly appreciated. You may contribute at

Please give your condolences to the Scott family



Heart Light facility
11150 E. Dartmouth Ave
Aurora, CO 80014
Wednesday, July 13, 2016
2:00 PM


National Kidney Foundation
1391 Speer Blvd #250
Denver, CO 80204
In lieu of flowers, donations in Shirley's honor may be made to: The Episcopal Relief and Development Agency Wounded Warrior Project
In lieu of flowers, donations in Bob’s honor may be made to: National Kidney Foundation The Episcopal Relief and Development Agency Wounded Warrior Project