Obituary of Shelly D Stoker
Shelly (Krogh) Stoker, 60, returned to Heaven on October 2, 2020 after health complications overcame her in Tucson, Arizona. Shelly was born to Ronald Krogh and Joan (Ashby) Price on August 11, 1960 and later welcomed stepparents Katie Krogh (Ron) and Bud Price (Joan). She was an energetic and nurturing eldest sister to Neal Krogh, Shonna Krogh, and Stacy (Krogh) Jennings. Her marriage to Roger Stoker in the Salt Lake City Temple brought her four boys: Bradley, Ryan, Shawn, and Geoffrey. She is also leaving behind four grandchildren: Brock, Kyler, Karter, and Rylee, who were her greatest joy.
In her earlier years, Shelly attended Bonneville High School in Ogden, Utah, where she enjoyed cheerleading. She then pursued her passion for dental work after completing her degree at Pima Community College in Tucson, Arizona and becoming a registered dental hygienist, all while raising her family. She was a beautiful example of humility as she never spoke of what troubled her, but sought how to enlift others both temporally and spiritually. She put her family’s happiness above her own and would give her last of anything to anyone in need. Shelly enjoyed cooking and baking, a talent cherished by all who were around. She was also a fan of Jim Carrey and would often watch his movies to find a good laugh. Her legacy will be remembered forever in the lives of her children and grandchildren, who she taught and was proud of to the end.
A memorial service will be held on November 12th from 7 to 8pm at the Tucson North Stake Center: 939 W Chapala Dr, Tucson, Arizona. A graveside service will follow on November 14th at 11am at Lindquist Washington Heights Memorial Park in Ogden, Utah.
The time passed by too quickly and we wish we had one more day to say goodbye. We will love her forever and know her spirit is with us until we can see her again.To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Shelly Stoker, please visit Tribute Store