Shelley Hayes

Born on October 6, 1953

Departed on December 26, 2020 and resided in West Nashville, TN

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Shelley Gail Hayes – “Granny” “GiGi” -Age 67, passed away December 26, 2020.

She is preceded in death by her husband, Dennis “Pappy” Hayes.

Survived by children, Ashley Hayes, and Eric (Melissa) Hayes; grandchildren, Rylan Hayes, Hunter Hayes, and Chase Dennis Hayes; brother, Todd Victor; brother in law, Odie Michael Hayes.
Shelley was a professional caterer for over 25 years.

The family will receive friends on Wednesday, December 30th from 3PM until 7PM, at West Harpeth Funeral Home on Charlotte.

5 Comments to Mrs. Shelley Hayes

  1. Bernice Marshall Edmondson, Hillwood ‘72 says:

    So sorry for your loss. Shelley was so much fun in school .

  2. Amy Douglas Tapia says:

    So sorry. I knew Shelley from high school. She always had a loveable wry humor. She was one of those special people who brightened everyone around her. May God hug her family extra close with comfort and inner peace.

  3. Jason L. Davis says:

    My deepest condolences. I will always remember Mrs. Hayes as a loving and funny lady who was always welcoming. Love.

  4. Melissa Womack says:

    I have so many special memories of Shelly. We spent many days and nights together. She will always be a good memory of our Hillwood days. I was so glad to see her and Dennis when they attended my sister(Lynda Moody Wakefield) 50th birthday party at my home. That day I learned she never changed. May she R.I.P.

  5. Carrie Manion says:

    Shelley was one of the most loving individuals I knew. I’ve known the Hayes family since I was 13, grew up with Ashley and Eric, and truly consider them like my second family. Shelley was a second Mom to me. Her kind words of encouragement and loving spirit all these years will be missed for sure. I remember many moments crying and laughing while hugging each other, Hahahah. She could listen, which is hard to find. She loved her family, her friends and life, she’d open her door to help people, she truly had a beautiful soul.

    Shelley, We love and miss you… Now you and Dennis can go on your next adventure together. Love always ❤️ Carrie

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