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Shelley Elizabeth Driscoll (Pickard)

April 3, 1958 — February 6, 2015

Shelley Elizabeth (Pickard) Driscoll, of Summerville, South Carolina, wife of Patrick J. Driscoll, passed away on February 6th, 2015 at Trident Medical Center after a long illness. Shelley was the daughter of the late Elizabeth (Grab) Hanson of Culpeper, VA and the late Robert H. Pickard of Nags Head, NC. Shelley was born in Brevard Co. Fla. on April 3rd, 1958 and raised in Alexandria, VA. She graduated from Coastal Carolina Community College in Jacksonville, NC with a degree in Nursing and was a retired Registered Nurse. In addition to her husband, she is survived by her step-mother, Marilyn Munden of Nags Head, NC., a brother, Daniel Pickard of Seattle WA., 2 sisters; Darcey Pickard Koorey of Seattle, WA., and Linda Coup Pickles of Stow, OH., 2 step-sisters; Jan Hammett of Pasadena, MD, Jill Hamer of Tiberon, CA., a step-brother, Greg Reber of Larkspar, CA., 3 daughters; Christie Perry of Ramona, SD, Elizabeth Finley (husband Robert Coates) of Summerville, SC, Laura (husband Timothy) Holt of Summerville, SC, 5 grandchildren, Christopher Ramirez, Julia Perry, Collin Perry, Judy Coates Finley, Vaughn Holt and many nieces and nephews. Shelley will be cremated and a memorial service will be held at a later date and inurnment will be at Arlington National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations can be sent to Pet Helpers of Charleston, 1447 Folly Road Charleston, SC 29412 or at PetHelpers.org. Arrangements by PALMETTO CREMATION SOCIETY, 11 Cunnington Ave., Charleston, SC 29405, (843) 722-2555. Online condolences may be left at www.palmettocremationsociety.com
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