Jonah Ryan Shelton Obituary – Jonah Ryan Shelton Death | Cause of Death | Jonah Ryan Shelton, 23, of Sylvester, WV withdrew this life and into the arms of God (purchased by the blood of Jesus) on Friday, January 8, 2021. Brought into the world on Dec. 3, 1997, he was the child of the late Kevin Shelton and Misty Canterbury-Shelton Chapman.
Jonah was gone before in death by his dad, Kevin Shelton yet, in addition, a distant grandma, Margaret Dunlap, a distant grandma, Irene (Canterbury) Smith, a distant Aunt Melba Hill, a distant Aunt Debra Canterbury, distant grandparents, Everett and Betty Akers and Emma and Alvin Shelton and his dearest companion, Kohlton Haney.
Those left to esteem his memory are his mom, Misty Chapman, and stepdad, Les Chapman of Sylvester; his sibling, Timmy Stevens and buddy, Breanna Tucker of Boomer, WV; a sister, Meagan Shelton Macleod, and buddy, Hunter Johnson of Clairmont, NC; a sister, Brittany Shelton of Fairdale, WV; a stepsister, Tori Arrington, and spouse, Brian of South Charleston, WV; 3 nephews and 2 nieces; his grandparents, Charles and Lola Shelton of Beckley, WV; a grandma, Bernetta Canterbury of Whitesville, WV; a granddad, Robert Canterbury of Sylvester, WV; his Uncle Calvin and Aunt Darlene Williams of Masseyville, WV; Uncle Bobby and Aunt Naoe Canterbury of Whitesville, WV; Aunt Michele and Uncle Terry Cooper of Eunice, WV; likewise numerous different aunties, uncles, cousins, and companions (too many to list) that he cherished profoundly.
Jonah was an Assistant Manager at Napa Auto Parts in Nitro, WV, and dominated at his specific employment. He wanted to chase, fish, ride cruisers, and soil bicycles.
He really adored the outside and being with his companions. A couple of words on paper can’t communicate the Love that everybody had for Jonah or the significant effect and worth he had upon our lives. We all were moved by his enormous grin, his gigantic love squeezes, his never neglecting to tune in and continually ready to empower and help. Jonah was an ideal illustration of how to treat others in our lives. May his model become our propensity.
Find happiness in the hereafter My Baby Bear, Momma Bear misses and loves you so without a doubt. Burial service administrations will be hung on Thursday, Jan. 14, 2021, at 1:00 pm in the Armstrong Funeral Home Whitesville with Pastor Larry Kinder directing.