Lizzie Shalhoup Grand Rapids MI, Devos Children’s Hospital Former RN has died

RIP: Devos Children's Hospital, Lizzie Shalhoup is dead. Learn more about her death and obituary

Lizzie Shalhoup Death – Lizzie Shalhoup has passed away suddenly. She was confirmed dead on Sunday, July 30, 2023. She died leaving the hearts of many scarred after learning of her sudden death. She will always be missed by all those who knew her during the course of her well lived life.

While her cause of death is yet to be revealed, many have not hesitated to share their heartfelt condolences with the family of Lizzie Shalhoup who are left grieving in this sad and difficult time. The general public will be updated as soon this piece of information is made available.

Who was Lizzie Shalhoup?

Lizzie Shalhoup was a former R.N. at Devos Children’s Hospital. She studied at Valparaiso University. She also studied at Grand Valley State University. She attended Grandville High School where she completed her secondary education. She was a native of Grandville, Michigan. She was a resident of Grand Rapids, Michigan. 

What happened to Lizzie Shalhoup?

At the time of this publication, the circumstances surrounding Lizzie Shalhoup’s death are not yet specified in provided information. The public will be updated as soon as this piece of information is made available. Many have not hesitated to share their heartfelt condolences with the family of Lizzie who are left mourning the unimaginable loss.

I met Lizzie through the IBD community 9 years ago. In 2016 she flew all the way from America with her partner Steve, to join us all at GYBO’s 2nd Birthday ball. She was on TPN feed, but she didn’t let that stop her. I knew then what a strong and special lady she was. I will always treasure that weekend I had with her.  – Gemma Evans

Lizzie Shalhoup obituary and funeral arrangements will be released at a later date

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