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Lori Scott memorial

My beautiful daughter Lori Stott left us on the 25th of June. She died in my arms of an asthma attack. Lori lived her life the way she wanted, bringing many smiles to all.

She loved her two surviving children, and they loved her beyond words: Jacob Joshua Swisher of Sundance, Utah and Jessie Dee Logan of Dillon. She is also survived by Gordon Logan and Raymond Swisher, their fathers.

She skied, jet-skied, partied, sketched, wrote poetry ” some tragic, some beautiful. She was insightful and reflective. She is also survived by her husband, Kenneth Stott, a preacher from Colorado Springs where they made their home.

The rest of the survivors are as follows:

Her grandmother Helen Marie Curtis, Colorado Springs; her three uncles, Don, Bill and Steve Curtis, Colorado Springs; her auntie Carol Kurtzweil and her children, Whidbey Island, Wash.; her auntie Janet Curtis, Estacada, Ore.; her loving parents that will never get over our loss, Robert and Teresa Troutman, Dillon; her brothers Michael Richard David, Huntington Beach, Calif., and Taylor Troutman, Golden.

On her paternal side, survivors are grandparents Mama Jean Troutman and Paul Troutman, Gold Hill, N.C.; aunt Lynn and uncle Arlen Conger and their twins, Jacob and Joshua; uncle Fred and aunt Denise Blackweilder and daughter Amanda, Gold Hill, N.C.; aunt Elaine Duffell, Salisbury, N.C.

She is also survived by cousins (and friends) Nikki Bennett and her sister Jessica Curtis, both of Salt Lake City.

She had many many friends. She brought a smile to all their faces.

I have held for a long time that Lori was put here on this Earth to be loved and to love.

May she rest in peace.

” Teresa Troutman

Services are at 5 p.m. on July 17 at Agape Outpost, 0.8 miles south of the traffic light at Farmer’s Korner, on the east side. We welcome you to come, eat and share stories about our special friend and beautiful girl. In lieu of cut flowers, we are accepting donations for a garden area for Lori.

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