Shirley Atlak

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Born: Private

Died: November 08, 2017

Services: Bedell-Pizzo Funeral Home Monday, November 13, 2017 11:00AM

Visitation: Bedell-Pizzo Funeral Home Sunday, November 12, 2017 2-4 & 7-9PM

Shirley Jean Atlak, 87
Grandmother of four
Shirley Jean Atlak (nee Muller), 87, passed away on Nov. 8, 2017, at Staten Island University Hospital North, from complications of a stroke.
Shirley was a lifelong Staten Islander. She was a medical transcriptionist at Richmond Memorial Hospital, retiring in 1990. She attended Tottenville High school and Drake Business School.
Shirley was a member of the Tottenville Friendship Club and Tottenville AARP.
She enjoyed bowling, knitting, crocheting, traveling, and casinos.
She attended Bethel United Methodist Church.
Shirley is survived by her husband of 67 years, Edward Atlak Sr.; son, Edward Atlak Jr.; daughter, Jean Atlak-Ross, and four grandchildren.
Funeral service will be Monday at 11 a.m. at Bedell-Pizzo Funeral Home. Friends may visit Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.

Cemetery: Cremation Will Be Private (Map)

Location: Bedell-Pizzo Funeral Home (Map)

Church: Bedell-Pizzo Funeral Home (Map)

Posted at: 11/10/2017 5:26:18 PM By:

Lynn Muller Guiser

Email Address: Damascus PA

Dear Aunt Shirley, You must have had a wonderful, loving greeting party of angels and family members when you entered heavens gates. I hope you find comfort and peace in Gods precious care. Blessings always, Lynn

Posted at: 11/10/2017 11:04:34 AM By:

Marie Fuerst

Email Address: [email protected]

My dear friend You will be missed We became close over the years and had many deep conversations and a lot of laughs RIP my friend!!!!

Posted at: 11/10/2017 7:09:40 AM By:

Carol Carlson

Email Address: [email protected]

Dear aunt Shirley, I am going to miss you more than you can imagine. I have so many fun memories of you coming to visit you and Ed from Virginia Beach, you with a pilot helmet on at a Naval Base, on the train going into a Manhattan making the children laugh, and our phone visits.