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Remembering Shellie Pierce

On October 20th, the industry lost a dear friend, Shellie Pierce.  Shellie was not feeling well going into the weekend and tragically passed away on Saturday evening.  Shellie was the Founder and Principle of Pierce Marketing and partnered with many of us in the automotive industry.

Shellie leaves behind her only child, Anthony, who is now attending NYU.  It was Shellie’s greatest goal to see her son graduate from college and although she can’t be with us today, we want to ensure that her dream of Anthony graduating lives on.  Friends of Shellie have started a memorial fund, which will go toward Anthony’s college tuition.  We encourage all those who are able to contribute to the fund, which can be found on www.remembershellie.com.

Good friends may be lost, but never forgotten.  May you rest in peace, Shellie.

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