Shantel Earraina Grigsby-DeCoux, age 50, of Columbus, Ohio died December 13, 2019 at Mt. Carmel East Hospital following complications from Sarcoidosis. On May 13, 1969 she was born in Denver, Colorado to the late Donna Jean Nelson. On December 16, 2017 she married Marvin DeCoux in Columbus, Ohio. Together they shared two years. Shantel is survived by sons, Isaiah & Jeremiah Grigsby; husband, Marvin DeCoux; father, Anderson Cofield; sister, Yevette Taylor; brother-in-law, Bruce Taylor; uncle, Billy Watkins; aunt, Edith Reese; nephew, Joshua Early, Sr.; nieces, Deziree & Aaliyah Taylor; great-nephews, Joshua Early, Jr. & Josiah Taylor; great niece, Jayda Early; beloved friend, Venita Crawford; and a host of cousins and devoted relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her mother, Donna Jean Cofield; sister, Kim and brother, Deshay Coleman. Shantel was a business owner of Government Marketing Solutions. She was a member of World Harvest Church. In the past, she had lived in Denver, Colorado; England; and at the time of her death in Columbus, Ohio. Shantel was a very caring woman that loved spending time with her family and friends. Her proudest achievements were her sons, Isaiah and Jeremiah, running her own company (Government Marketing Solutions), and attending The Ohio State University while obtaining her Bachelor’s Degree from Ohio Dominican University. Shantel had a big heart. She would give her last of anything to help people in need, especially her Friends. The family gives thanks to World Harvest Church, Elder McKee and “everyone else that prayed with us, contributed funds, brought food by the house, and helped us get through this moment of grief as we say goodbye and watch her transition to Heaven. We are so grateful for you all, thank you so much!” A funeral service will be held at Noon on Friday, January 3, 2020 at World Harvest Church, 4595 Gender Road, Canal Winchester, Ohio 43110. An interment will follow at Glen Rest Memorial Estate, 8029 E. Main Street, Reynoldsburg, Ohio 43068. Please contact the family for arrangements regarding memorial contributions. Please visit www.OhioCremation.org to leave the family an online condolence.