Bobbie Stogsdill
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Saturday
9
November

Graveside Service

10:30 am - 11:30 am
Saturday, November 9, 2019
Karval Bucklen Cemetery
West side Rd 29
Karval, Colorado, United States

Obituary of Bobbie L Stogsdill

 

Pallbearers: Ryan Naugle, Jeremy Naugle, Cory Naugle, Bart Stogsdill, Ty Stogsdill, Judd Kravig.

 

Honorary Pallbearers: Tyla Stogsdill, Jackson Adams, Kris Wilson, Keely Chumley, Keisha Holland, Jamie Kelley, Stacey Maldonado, Robbie Randell, Jim Lafferty, Scott Lafferty sister Janie Randell.

 

Bobbie Stogsdill was born to Robert and Ruth Naugle on Oct. 17, 1940 in Dalhart, TX. They moved South of Karval, CO. in 1952, where Bobbie attended school in Sugar City, CO and then attended Karval Highschool and graduated in 1959. After graduation she married Carl Stogsdill they have four children Tami Stogsdill Green, Bart Stogsdill, Ty Stogsdill and Christy Stogsdill Adams.

Bobbie was the oldest of 5 siblings and was proceeded in death by her parent's, father Robert and mother Ruth, youngest brother Howard Naugle, younger sister Billie Lafferty, and younger brother Allen Naugle. She is survived by her daughter Tami Stogsdill Green and husband Roy Lynn Green of Des Moines NM, son Bart Stogsdill & wife Amelia and their daughter Arabella of Las Vegas NV, son Ty Stogsdill and wife Deanna and their daughter Tyla of Karval CO, and daughter Christy Stogsdill Adams and her husband John and their son Jackson of Salida

CO. Also surviving is her youngest sister Janie Randell and husband Jack of Stratford TX. There are also several nieces and nephews.

 

Bobbie became the cook at the Karval Public school in 1974, where she cooked through all the years of her four children's schooling retiring in 2005.

Bobbie liked to cook so well that she continued to cook once a week at the sale barn in Limon, CO and also at the Branding Iron Cafe in Karval until she decided to move to Limon, CO where she had several different jobs until she didn't care to work any longer and could retire. Bobbie loved to play cards, board games with whoever would play, she also loved word search and jigsaw puzzles.

 

In lieu of flowers, per Bobbie and her kids request that donations be made in Memory of Bobbie Stogsdill to:

 

The Thomas House 140 Ithaca St.

Colorado Springs Co. 80911-2224

Thomashouse.org

 

Lincoln Community Home Health and Hospice

P.O. Box 248

Hugo, Co. 80821

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