BLOUNTVILLE — Ida Sue Shelton, 86, formerly of Jackson Hollow Road, passed away peacefully at Life Care Center of Gray on Monday.

Mrs. Shelton was a homemaker.

She was a member of Liberty Hill United Methodist Church in Limestone.

She was born in Greene County and lived in the Clear Springs community until 1962, when she moved to Kingsport with her husband and two sons.

She was a daughter of the late Ivis and Carrie (DeVotie) Renner and was preceded in death by her husband of 60 years: Loyce Denver Shelton; five brothers: Charles Renner, Fred P. Renner, Ivis Renner Jr., J.D. Renner and Kirky Renner; two sisters: Eula (Toots) Gammons and Geneva McKay; three sisters-in-law: Barbara Renner, Virginia Renner and Wanda Renner; and seven brothers-in-law: Tommy Bowers, Billy Jack Dunn, Jimmy Gammons, Jack McKay, Marion Reed, Troy Saylor and Freddie Shepard.

She is survived by two sons: Jerry L. Shelton (Donna Ford), of Kingsport, and Eddie D. Shelton (Patricia Dalton), of Dandridge; three grandchildren: Derek D. Shelton (Amanda Wedemeyer), of Fall Branch, Heather M. Shelton, of Kingsport, and Nicki Shelton Ball (Wesley Ball), of Morristown; three great-grandchildren: Ansley Sarah Ball, of Morristown, Jaxon Denver Shelton, of Fall Branch, and Mailey Rhea Ball, of Morristown.

She is also survived by six sisters and one brother-in-law: Imogene (Earnest) Bowman, Lillian Dunn, Dolly Saylor and Doris Shepherd, all of Greeneville, Patricia Bowers, of Chuckey, and Willie Kate Reed, of Limestone; one sister-in-law: Mary Renner, of Chuckey; several nieces and nephews; and longtime special friends and neighbors: Boyd and Sharon Cyphers, Chris Rogers, Marcia Dingus and Nellie Taylor.

The family expressed a special thank you to Dr. Daniel Carroll, nurses station No. 2 and the staff at Life Care for the care given to Ida Sue during her time there.

The family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday at East Tennessee Funeral Home in Blountville.

Funeral services will be Wednesday at 11 a.m. at East Tennessee Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Richard Bowers officiating.

Entombment will follow in the Mausoleum of Hope.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Turner Syndrome Foundation at or to the charity of the donor’s choice.