Addie Stowers

July 16, 1941 - December 21, 2021
Addie Stowers

In Loving Memory

I was was shocked and saddened at the news of Addie's death. Our relationship was a short one, just a few days in rehab. At St Joseph's Villa.  I found Addie to be one of the kindest, sweetest women I have ever met. I felt as if I had known her and her family who came to visit her forever.   Addie will be missed by everyone who knew her. If you had the good fortune to meet her your life was changed for the good. I only regret I wasn't able to have more time. 

Porcia Straw
salt lake city, UT

Tracy and Emmy I was so sorry to hear of your loss.  I will keep you in my prayers.  Moms are such special people and the angels are rejoicing in heaven.

Jean Spicer
taylorsville, UT

Tracy and Emmy, you are the most beautiful examples a mom and grandmom can send into the world. This is a lady that all of Heaven is radiating joy to receive. If I had greater fortune, I'd have been very lucky in deed to sit and enjoy her sweet smile the same as I do when I see you. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time of sorrow in being parted. But, our hearts tell us that God's immense joy and peace are with her now and shared with you, always. Thank you so much for sharing your Mom and GrandMom with me! 

Stefanie Van Uitert
sandy city, UT

Addie was the ultimate manifestation of love, family, and goodness. Equipped with sharp wits, a great sense of humor, and all the stories in the world and you get one of the most special ladies any of us have had the privilege of knowing. 

To the Stowers family - I cannot recall a single encounter with Addie that didn't result in her talking about how much she loved you all. Thank you for sharing her with me and the rest of the world.


"Listen to old people!" ������

Stefan Dordic