Richard K. Shirley, 76 of Port St. Lucie passed away January 12, 2021 at Tiffany Hall in Port St. Lucie under the care of Vitas Hospice.
Born July 28, 1944 in Bronx, New York he was the son of Kenneth and Evelyn Shirley. Richard has resided in Port St. Lucie since 2002, coming from Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
He was a Marine Corps veteran of the Vietnam Era serving from 1961to 1964. He received the Rifle Marksman Qualification Badge and Good Conduct Medal.
Richard was a retired long haul truck driver.
Surviving is his beloved companion of 29 years, Sophia Bos and two daughters, one living locally, Kelly Clark of Port St. Lucie.
Millennium Cremation Service-Port St. Lucie is in charge of arrangements.
Our caring professionals are here to assist you and your family during this difficult time. We are available 24 hours, 7 days a week to assist in immediate arrangements or pre-arrangements.
The service from Millennium was outstanding. Rachel was sweet, personable and very comforting. It was important to me that my dad was kept locally where I knew where he would be. Very nice facility, state of the art and quality of my fathers remains were so refined compared to my mothers years ago. I highly recommend this place for an affordable choice for your loved one. Thank you for making an already stressful event easy. With high regards, the Esposito and Keith Family.
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