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Funeral Service

Farmington Funeral Home
Tuesday July 27th, 2021
11:00am

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Shellie Remington

Shellie E. Remington, 67, of Bloomfield, New Mexico, passed away on July 20, 2021. Born in Durango, Colorado to Zella & Manning Osborne.

Shellie attended Bloomfield Public School, worked at BHP Billiton San Juan Mine, Navajo Coal Mine and La Plata Mine.

Shellie’s hobbies included Genealogy, traveling, Sewing. She also enjoyed Jewelry & Cookbooks, as well as her Family, especially all her grandbabies.

Shellie is preceded in death by her son Ike Worden, parents Zella & Manning Osborne and Grandparents Mary Alva and Joseph Earl Rutledge.

Shellie is survived by her Husband Don Remington, sons Spencer Remington, Ben Remington, and Joseph Remington. Daughters Kali Worden, Elena Lolonis, Alyssia Harrison and sister Lilian Davis. Grandchildren Adrian, Angelo, Aden, Liam, Miles, Remi, Stella, Ariel, Amari, Yanna and Emiliano.

Funeral Services will be held on Tuesday, July 27th, 2021, at 11:00am at Farmington Funeral Home. Followed by Burial Services at Memory Gardens at 12:30pm. There will be a reception at the LDS Church in Bloomfield on Blanco St at 1:00pm the same day.


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Shellie Rest in peace my friend. I will always hold a special place in my heart for you and the rest of the Osborne Family. May you be walking with the lord on those golden roads, Pain free. I will never forget the talks we used to have, And just the kindness you would show every time we would visit. Rest easy my friend and enjoy the beauties' of heaven.Rev Pete Albo JR

Pete Albo Jul 26 2021 12:00 AM

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