April 28, 2022
LuAnne Fowles, 68, of Moorcroft, passed away on April 19, 2022, at home in her loving family's arms after a valiant fight with cancer.
LuAnne was born on July 21, 1953, to Dale and Luella Workman in Duchesne, Utah. She was the fourth of seven children and graduated from High School in 1971.
LuAnne met and married the love of her life, Steven Fowles; they had four beautiful children. They moved to Moorcroft, WY, in 1978, where she lived for the remainder of her life among her friends and family.
When LuAnne had her first child, she dedicated her life to being a fantastic and wonderful mother. She excelled at supporting her family and helping them through their lives' many ups and downs.
LuAnne always had a warm and kind heart and was willing to help in any way she could. Her family meant the world to her, and she made sure they knew how much she loved them.
LuAnne was passionate about quilting, sewing and camping. She loved to travel with her honey and enjoyed bringing trinkets home from all their trips.
LuAnne always had an open door to her home and was always willing to listen and feed anyone her children dragged home without warning. She had a kind heart and was willing to share her wisdom with all who were lost and seeking guidance. LuAnne adored her grandkids and loved spending time with them.
LuAnn was preceded in death by her mom and dad and her beloved brother, Jeff Workman. She is survived by her loving husband and her four children, Joe Fowles, Tara (Seth) Ferrell, Katy (Jason) Krause, and Amanda (James) Dobson; twelve grandchildren, Alexis Mikkelson, Natasha Fowles, Aaron Fowles, Melody Nathan, Luke Ferrell, Russell Ferrell, Liberty Ferrell, Joshua Krause, Olivia Krause, Jarod Krause, Britanie Dobson, Jaxon Dobson, Mason Dobson; and four great-grandchildren.
The funeral services for LuAnne Fowles were on Monday, April 25, 2022, at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Chapel in Moorcroft, Wyoming. Interment was at the Black Hills National Cemetery in Sturgis, SD.
The family requests that all flowers and notes be sent to the Gillette Memorial Chapel, 210 W. Fifth St. Gillette, WY.