Obituary of Shelly Marean Dallolio
Shelly Marean Dallolio,43, passed away peacefully on January 4, 2023. She was at home with her family and best friend Mandy surrounding her as Jesus took her hand. She was born in Ontario, OR on December 28, 1979 to Larry Thiel and Sherri Pedersen. She was raised by her parents Michael and Sherri Pedersen in McCall along with her brothers Darrin Pedersen and Bryce Pedersen. She graduated from McCall-Donnelly High School in 1998. She then pursed her career she dreamed of as a little girl to be a nurse. She attended BSU and graduated from CSI in Twin Falls. On graduation day the love of her life, Darren Dallolio, proposed and so the desire to be a wife and mother began. Darren and Shelly were married on July 26, 2003 in McCall, ID. She worked for 4 years at Elks Rehab in Boise until their first child was born. Darren and Shelly have three amazing children to carry on her legacy. Braden (17yrs), Garret (15yrs) and Ellayna (14yrs). She put her nursing on hold once her kids were born so she could spend every minute with her kids and husband. Her compassion and caring heart drew her back part time once the kids were in school. She took a private nursing job with two different disabled boys where she even rode the school bus back and forth with one. But her kids and family time was always her first priority.
Shelly was a very involved Cub Scout leader and Girl Scout leader and was a school crossing guard. She had such a creative mind and was in her happy place crafting and making photo books of her family.
Shelly is survived by her loving husband, Darren, her children Braden, Garret and Ellayna; her parents Michael and Sherri Pedersen, brothers; Darrin (Megan) Pedersen and Bryce (Jadah) Pedersen; in-laws Shane (Denice) Dallolio, Janelle Dallolio, sister, Heidi (Skylar) Roberts as well as several special cousins, aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews and her very best friend, Mandy Ryan Beiber.
Shelly didn’t want to miss out on family gathers and made a point to be there. If she was given more time, she’d travel the world to see it all. She was able to go on a family vacation on her bucket list in November. Shelly’s smile would light up a room, she was kind, caring and just beautiful inside and out. We hope you got one of her smiles and can carry that with you when you think of her.
~ I love you forever, I’ll love you for always….xoxoxTo send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Shelly Dallolio, please visit Tribute Store