Amy Fowler

Departed on May 19, 2020

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My thoughts and prayers go out to Ruby and Teresa and their families during this very difficult time. She loved them all, especially the grandkids. She was a hard worker at Quaker Oats. I had a lot of fun with Amy back in the day.

Prayers,to you and yours. I worked with Amy at Quaker Oats for many years. Amy was quite the gal for a laugh or just someone to talk to. Hard worker and how she loved to talk about her grandkids. Amy may you rest in peace. They say you always wish you have a guardian angel..i believe she was one to many on earth. Miss you Joyce

Theresa and Family, I am so sorry to hear of your Mom's passing. I saw her often in the last years, as Mom (Dorris Gerard) worked with her at Quaker, and they stayed in touch through their monthly birthday dinners and other retirement events. She was a great person, and her and Shirleen together were quite the pair. Deepest sympathy, and our thoughts and prayers will be with you and your families.

Was sorry to hear of Amy's passing, she will be missed. I enjoyed taking time to stop and visit with Amy when I was in town. Mom will miss Amy also. Every time we pass the corner and go by her house our thoughts and prayers will be with each of you.

As my sister Shelly said, Amy is going to be missed so much by the Robinson family. I will always think of her with fond memories whenever any of my children or grandchildren have a a special event, as she always attended all of them. Her and Mom were quite the pair when they got together. I will keep these funny memories close to my heart. My deepest sympathy to all her family at the loss of this wonderful woman. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

Amy was a best friend and birthday buddy to my mom Shirlene. Our family will miss her and her sense of humor. She will be remembered fondly. Our deepest sympathies to all her family. All our love, Shelly Rae and the entire Robinson family.

Theresa, I am very sorry to hear of your mothers passing. There will never be another gal like Amy.

I am very sorry for your loss. I am the oldest son of Franklyn Jacobi, who employed Frank in 1946 to help on the farm 1 mile south of Marengo. I remember Frank’s new Olds with fluid drive. Impressive to a 14 yr old boy! Frank and Amy eventually moved to a farm NE of Marengo near my grandfathers farm (Frank Jacobi). Frank seemed like really nice guy and Amy was a beautiful bride. I am 87 yrs, widowed, and live at Cottage Grove Place in CR. Amy seemed to really love life. God bless her.

I am very sorry for your loss. I am the oldest son of Franklyn Jacobi, who employed Frank in 1946 to help on the farm 1 mile south of Marengo. I remember Frank’s new Olds with fluid drive. Impressive to a 14 yr old boy! Frank and Amy eventually moved to a farm NE of Marengo near my grandfathers farm (Frank Jacobi). Frank seemed like really nice guy and Amy was a beautiful bride. I am 87 yrs, widowed, and live at Cottage Grove Place in CR. Amy seemed to really love life. God bless her.