Shirley Ann (Earnest) Mohler, 81, passed away on February 10, 2022.\nShirley was born on May 4, 1940, to Steve and Lucille (Gaehart) Morock in Logan County, West Virginia.\nShe married Glenn Earnest and moved to Lincoln Nebraska in her early 20s. While raising her two children, she worked at the Russell Stover's candy factory, before devoting herself to being a full-time beautician and opening her own salon - Shirley Ann's Hairstyling. She had many loyal customers and made many friends through her profession, and also through her church activities - serving as an official greeter for Fellowship Baptist Church for many years.\nAfter three decades in the beauty business, she retired at 61 and moved to Texas, where she enjoyed the warmer weather, "Texas margaritas," and watching Lifetime Television.\nShe is preceded in death by her first husband, Glenn Earnest and second husband Clarence Mohler. Her daughter Pamela Earnest, and sister Martha "Storm" Carroll.\nShe is survived by her son, Ronnie Earnest, daughter Cynthia Garcia and step-daughter Stacie Kinnaird. Grandchildren Daniel Earnest, Brandon Ullman, Jessica Rassette, and Nicholas Ullman,. Siblings Steve Morock, John Morock, Twilla Lloyd, and Mike Morock. Great-grand children, and many friends.\nMemorial service is 11:00 AM, Saturday, February 19, 2022, at Colonial Chapel Funeral Home, 5200 R St.