Lonnie Robert Stott
Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado
Beloved husband and father Lonnie Robert Stott passed away Sept. 21, 2011 at Valley View Hospital. Lonnie was born June 16, 1938 in Callaway, Nebraska to Charles and Helen Stott.
Lonnie was a fun loving and humorous man that was never in a bad mood. He always had a smile on his face and was ever patient and loving. Lonnie had a strong love for ranching, haying, irrigating, tending his cattle and running his sawmill. Lonnie never stood still and loved to keep busy, he lived the life he loved and loved his family as much as they loved and cherished him. He was the rock of the family and was always there to help. He was especially proud of his military service and loved each one of his kids and thirteen grandchildren.
Lonnie leaves behind the love of his life Alice, whom he celebrated 46 years of marriage with on Sept 4. He had six children: Kim (Brian) Soucie, Stacey Stott, Tammy (Calvin) Kline, Nikkie (Jim) fender, Danielle (Devon) Smith, and Cody Stott and thirteen grandchildren: Brandon, Lindsey, Ashley, Alex, Jordan, Dillon, Lexi, Shelby, Savanna, Lilly, Julia, Hannah, and the newest addition Lonnie Carson.
Lonnie was preceded in death by his father and mother, and baby sister Joyce Kaye.
Viewing will be Monday, Sept. 26, 2011 from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the Farnum Holt Mortuary in Glenwood Spring. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2011 at 11 a.m. at the Church of Christ in West Glenwood Springs. Burial to follow at Fairview Cemetery in Basalt.
Heaven has received a beautiful loving soul and we know that he is smiling down on his family and friends and his loving memory will never be forgotten. We are all thankful for the wonderful 73 years he lived and all who loved him will miss him deeply.
Thank you dad for being a wonderful loving husband and the best father we could have asked for.
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