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Shyrel Stoddard

September 1st, 1964 - November 7th, 2020

In loving memory of Shyrel Ann Stoddard September 1, 1964 ~ November 7, 2020 Shyrel Ann Stoddard, 56, passed on peacefully of cancer in her home surrounded by her loving family on November 7, 2020. She was the beloved wife of Norman Stoddard, and the cherished daughter of Clint and Charlotte (James) Miller. Born in Ogden, Utah in 1964, she graduated from Roy High School in 1982, where she met husband and high school sweetheart, Norman, who she married in 1983. The two of them lived in Utah and Idaho and eventually settled in Meridian. She was a licensed beautician and loved to make friends and family look their best. She was a longtime Consultant at Scentsy, and she loved it! She treasured the people she worked with and found true enjoyment in helping others. She worked elections for years and valued the long-term friendships she made there. Shyrel was the loving mother of Anthony (Jessica) Stoddard, Chandie Stoddard, Kelsie Stoddard, and Charles Knapek. She was the cherished grandmother of Addison, Sierra, Emeri, and Joel. She loved her brother, three sisters, and many nieces and nephews. Shyrel was no ordinary soul and touched the lives of many. She had a kind heart and a beautiful smile. She was open and passionate, and always made sure everyone knew how much she loved them. She never judged anyone and made friends wherever she went. Her love was pure and unconditional and she welcomed all with open arms. She had a compassionate heart, a listening ear, and a delightful and contagious laugh that invited others to sit down and share. She did love a good story. She was a supportive mother, an amazing grandmother, a mother-in-law, and a beautiful friend. Her favorite pastimes were going to church and spending time with family and friends. She adored going to the movies, eating at restaurants, and playing games. She loved to watch football with her dad, and she had a truly wonderful laugh. Her love and charity for others was amazing and she had a heart full of compassion. Anyone who needed a place to stay was welcomed into her home with a big smile and open arms. Heaven has truly gained an angel. Her friends and family all feel blessed to have known her. She left a lot of cherished memories. She was a beautiful soul and will be in our hearts forever. Funeral services will be held Friday, November 13th at 10:00 a.m. at Eagle Christian Church; 100 Short Lane, Eagle, ID 83616. Dr. Steven Crane will be the presiding pastor. (Video presentation starts at 9:30.) Livestreaming Click link below: Click Here For Live Stream Due to Covid restrictions there is limited seating available to follow CDC guidlines. No black, please wear bright colors in celebration of Shyrel

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Byron Stoddard

I knew Sheryl my entire life. She was the happiest person I ever knew. I have never seen her negative in anyway. I never saw her angry, mean or even negative toward anyone or about anything. Even on her dying bed she was positive, happy and at peace. Seeing her that way removed my fears of death. Norm and Shyrel are the epitomy of true love. I know that the love they had for one another will transcend all time and space. I jokingly asked her to reach out from the other side and do something. The last thing we talked about as I left last week was cats. Their families cats our cats (cats yuck) and right now as I type one of our cats is being overly loving like she has never been before. Lol. Maybe it's her. I love you Shyrel. You will be missed. We will see you soon. Take care of my big bro from beyond the veil. He's kind of my hero. He is the reason I am the way I am today with the warped and brilliant imagination and all. Tell my mom, Lisa and the crew we love and miss them so much. Ok I'm shutting up now.

Published March 30th, 2024
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Kathleen Kellas

I met Shyrel threw my Daughter in law (Alissa Kellas), ECC and Scentsy.  What a sweet, kind and most of all loving person.  We shared our health problems, good and sometimes bad, encouraged each other, and laughed with each other. The one of many memories of Shyrel that will stay with me forever is her Smile.  She always greated me with that smile that truly showed the love that Jesus has for each and everyone of us. I'm so sorry that I can't be there today at ECC to celebrate your life, but, I have tests to be done on my body.  You totally knew my pain.  You will truly be missed in all of our lives, but, I know we will see you again when Jesus calls us home, for a mighty beautiful reunion! Please know my husband and I will keep your family in our daily prayers. Hugs to you all.  I truly believe that your Wife, Mom, Grandmother, has been made all a new.  Made well, no more pain, no more tears, etc.  Please take comfort in that and know you can talk to Jesus when you miss her. Love to you all, In Christ Kathleen Kellas

Published March 30th, 2024
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Angelie Shrader

I remember traveling all over the US with Sheryl about a decade ago to do Scentsy booths at home shows. We had so much fun driving around and seeing new things. Her girls came with us on a road trip to California too. (Searching for pictures from this trip now! I'll send them to the family if I do!) No Scentsy event was complete without Shyrel! I always seeked her out and made sure to give a hug. Thinking of Shyrel brings a smile to my face everytime. She will be greatly missed!

Published March 30th, 2024
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Troy and Melody

I have known Shyrel since I was 8 years old when my brother Norm started dating Shyrel. At that time I was shorter than Shyrel. As a Stoddard, it didn't take long, maybe a year and I grew taller than her. In Shyrel's fun, loving way she would joke with me and tell me I couldn't grow taller than her, then give me one of her big hugs. Despite growing signicantly taller than you Shyrel, I will always be your little brother. Thank you for your big hugs, for your unconditional love. Thank you for being there for my family. We will always be there for yours. Love, Troy and family. Dearest Shyrel, marrying into this family has been such a blessing in my life and your beautiful smile, your acceptance, and love have been a big reason for this, and a precious joy in my life. The way you and Norman love each other is a beautiful example of marriage, friendship, and devotion that I admire and aspire to with my dearest love. The way your children love and treasure you, and the beautiful pure hearted people they are, are all tributes to the incredible mother you have been for them. I hope to be a mother like you. Being near you, it is impossible not to feel like the most important person in the world. Your bright spirit and tender heart are so similar to mom Stoddard (Arlene) that it brings tears to my eyes whenever I am around you and Norman. You share the same warmth, the same light, the same open heart. I love you so much! I miss you so much already. I will always cherish the time I was able to spend with you, and will always cherish your precious family. Give Lisa and Arlene big hugs for me in heaven, and kiss the baby boy that Troy and I lost. I anxiously await the day we all meet together again! Love, Melody

Published March 30th, 2024
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