Obituary: Wava FOGG |

Obituary: Wava FOGG

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– June 3, 2022

Wava L. Fogg (Mohr), 87, of New Castle, Colorado, lost her battle to dementia on June 3rd, 2022 at the Western Slope Memory Care Facility in Grand Junction.
Wava was born September 13th, 1935 in Glenwood Springs, Colorado to William and Vada Mohr. She grew up in New Castle, Colorado. Her favorite horse was named Paint. She graduated from Riverside High School; where she participated in many activities, such as Glee Club, Pep Club, band, music festival and playing basketball.
She was married to Willis Bill Porter. From this marriage, she was blessed with two children, Kim and Robin. Later, she would find the love her life Gary C. Fogg. They were quite twitterpated with one another and married September 14th, 1979.
Wava was brilliant in the kitchen. She could literally turn frozen pizza in to something from a 5-star, gourmet restaurant. Some of her most requested dishes, especially during the holidays, were popcorn balls, “priscilly” cookies, homemade chex mix and angel pudding.
She will always be remembered for her love of animals. She donated regularly, to local animal shelters and national animal organizations. This love for animals was passed on to her children and grandchildren. All of whom, will accredit this trait to her.
Wava is survived by her husband Gary; children Kim (Pat) Porter, Robin (Les) Taylor; grandchildren Sabrina (Chris) Hickel, Dustin Coryell (Catherine Cornelius), Shannon Reynolds, Jacob Fuhst, Caleb (Angel) Fuhst; sister Wanda Tipps.
Wava is preceded in death by her parents.
Visitation: There will be no reviewal.
Graveside service: A family graveside service will occur at the Highland Cemetery in New Castle, Colorado.

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