In Memory

Shelley Baughman

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05/03/08 06:52 PM #1    

Kimberly Hall (Meeks)

To this day, there isn't a time I drive past the snowball stand on Joppa Road and not think of her and how unfair life was on that day.

Kim Hall

05/08/08 09:37 PM #2    

James McDonald

It was 1993. I didn't have any info on our 10 year reunion (I've been in California 21 yrs). So I broke open my senior yearbook and called Shelley Baughman's "KIT" phone number. Her mom started crying on the telephone. I felt so bad and guilty for opening old wounds. Shelley was such a sweetheart in high school. RIP...

07/25/08 10:04 PM #3    

Barbara Henry

My softball team was playing a tournament and we played Shelley's team in the finals. We had to play her team again first thing the next morning. After the game Shelley and I shook hands and wished each other good luck for the game the next day. It was devastating when my coach called the next morning and told me what happened.

08/25/08 01:38 PM #4    

Brenda Wright (Rappold)

I'll always remember when Shelley started kindergarten. Her mom was helping with school pictures and Shelly was with her. Our teacher let Shelley come to our class and I believe that's how it all began. Everyday Shelley would pull my hair. Not a day went by. Ms. Shook finally sent us both down to the guidance couselor to see if we could get down to the bottom of the problem. From that day forward...Shelley and I were close friends. We lost touch when I went to a different junior high but we would always say hi to each other in the halls at PHHS. I think of Shelley often and it saddens me that she is not here with us.

06/14/14 11:07 PM #5    

Glenn Alan Heinbuch

I didn't meet Shelley until we were in the tenth grade. She was in my algebra class then. She was probably the nicest/sweetest person I ever met. She would constantly turn around (she sat in front of me) and talk to me. I also remember her brother wrestled like I did. She once told me her dad used to love to watch me wrestle because as she said he told her "I do it the right way". Her brother (Ricky) was a multiple state wrestling champion and got a scholorship to wrestle for Drexel in college too. I never forgot that and I'll NEVER forget Shelley.

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