In Memory of

Angela Potter

Full Name: Angela M. Potter
Date of Birth: August 30, 1975
Date of Death: March 12, 2019
March 15, 2019 - 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM - Henry-Lange Memorial Home Lewistown
Service Information:
March 16, 2019 - 1:00 PM - Henry-Lange Memorial Home Lewistown

LEWISTOWN – Angela Marie Potter (nee Stufflebeam), age 43, of 1021 N. Cedar passed away at 5:52 p.m. Tuesday, March 12, 2019, in Canton surrounded by family and friends after a courageous battle with breast cancer.

She was born August 30, 1975, in Canton, the daughter of Alan and Gaylene (Ring) Stufflebeam. She married Everett Luke Potter on October 14, 2000 in Lewistown.  

Angie was preceded in death by her husband on
July 16, 2013 in addition to her maternal and paternal grandparents. She is survived by her parents, four beautiful children, Brennan, Ella, Scarlett and Easton, all at home. Additionally she leaves behind loving members of the Potter family including nieces and nephews as well as a large group of friends.

Angie graduated from Farmington High School in 1993. Angie attended Bradley University where she was a cheerleader and graduated in 1997 with a degree in Secondary Education and later received a Master of Arts in Elementary Education from the University of Phoenix in 2011. She taught Reading and English for several years in area schools and enjoyed her time as a stay-at-home mom.

Angie loved spending time watching a variety of her children’s sports activities, reading and creating memories with friends and family. She will always be remembered for witty sense of humor and the fierce love she had for her children. Angie was a wonderful mother, cook, dancer, singer and lover of animals.

A visitation will be held on Friday, March 15, 2019 from 4-7 p.m. and funeral services on Saturday, March 16, 2019 at 1 p.m. at the Henry-Lange Memorial Home in Lewistown with Kenny Bloyd officiating. Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery in Lewistown.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Angela Potter Memorial Fund FBO Potter Children at c/o CEFCU PO Box 1715 Peoria, IL 61656 or at a local Cefcu Branch.

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From: Nancy HaveraMar 13 2019 5:57PM
We grieve for the too early passing of Angie.  She could really light up an entire building.  We are grateful to have known her and treasure the experiences that we shared.  Sending much love and prayers to the entire family.  Nancy and Steve Havera
From: Theresa Downs RoscettiMar 13 2019 7:43PM
Thinking of the Potter children and keeping them in my prayers tonight.
From: Michele QuinnMar 13 2019 10:01PM
Angie was one of the first teacher friends I made after graduating from college and taking my first teaching job. We remained friends throughout the years and I always enjoyed hearing her kids play at her parents house after we bought a house just down from them. The world lost a great person, but may she and Luke be reunited now. Prayers to both her parents and the entire Potter family.
From: Rhonda DavisMar 13 2019 10:42PM
I have known this beautiful lady all my life. She was such an angel sent from up above. She always had a smile on her face and she was just an absolute blessing. I know she will be deeply missed.  I pray that the good Lord will wrap his loving arms around those children tonight  and always. I pray for her parent's as they are they are going thru every parent's worst nightmare.  Please lord be with the entire family and please give them a sense of peace and let them know that you are with them every step of the way.
Love you all.

From: Larry and Debbie WardMar 13 2019 10:47PM
It is just not fair that these 4 beautiful children should lose both parents at such a young age.The children,parents, siblings, in-laws and friends are all in our prayers
From: Joan MillerMar 13 2019 11:23PM
We only knew Angie through her dear sorority sister, our daughter-in-law Kristin, but so much of her courage and vitality came through in the stories we heard.  Prayers for Angie's children and the rest of her extended family.  Support for the children's education will follow. Blessings to all.
Wayne and Joan Miller
From: Joyce PriceMar 14 2019 12:29AM
My heartfelt condolences to Angie’s parents and the Potter families especially Brennan,Scarlett, Ella and Easton!  My Gods love bless you all at this most difficult time!  To Angie’s best of friends my thoughts and prayers are with you all!  Our little town is broken hearted again, I am so sad!
From: Tom and Connie DickMar 14 2019 9:16AM
We love you and will continue to lift you all up in prayer. Daily whispers to God on your behalf. Cannot say how sorry we are...but please know we are here for whatever you need.
From: Lorenda SpilkerMar 14 2019 2:15PM
Our sincere sympathy to the entire family. Angela was a true fighter with her cancer. She is with God and Luke. God bless her family. Lorenda and Alvin Spilker.
From: Randy MotsingerMar 14 2019 3:36PM
Our heartfelt sympathies to the Stufflebeam and Potter families.
We are so very sorry for your loss.

Randy, Kim, Kurt, & Kyle Motsinger
From: Ed and Betty GeorgieffMar 14 2019 5:23PM
Betty and I send our deepest sympathy and prayers to your entre family.
From: Kathy and Rick Heller Mar 14 2019 5:49PM
We grieve for the loss of a dear sweet mother, daughter, daughter-in-law, sisters-in-law, teacher, and friend to many! Prayers for her children will always continue as they have since the passing of their father! With Sympathy, Rick and Kathy Heller
From: Jonelle Schauble Mar 15 2019 1:46AM
To the Potter Family, our deepest sympathies to you. May the Lord bless you all. To Angie’s Family we will lift you up in prayers. To the children, draw from the love both your parents had for you. The memories will help during this difficult time. Prayers to all.
From: Patti MillerMar 15 2019 1:50PM
Words cant say how much we are heart broken for Brennan, Ella, Scarlett and little Easton. Our prayers our also with the Potters and Stufflebeams. Our family always held a special place for Luke and Angie. I will always  remember the last time I saw Angie with the kids- it was when she was taking them Trick or Treating this past year. She was laughing with them as she and the kids came to the door. She always had a smile and a laugh and this is the way I want to remember her. God bless the children and family and knowing she is resting peacefully with Luke gives me some condolence.
From: Karen TaylorMar 15 2019 3:51PM
I can't tell you how broken hearted I am for Angie's children, parents and other loved ones!!! Angie took my fitness classes for many years and also taught some of them.  She was always so up beat and full of energy.  She always had a smile on her face!  She will be missed by many.  God bless all of you! Karen Taylor
From: Brett MorseMar 15 2019 5:17PM
There is literally nothing I can type here that can convey my sorrow adequately... what a amazing and strong woman you are/were (whatever). I am truly heartbroken.  There is less happiness in the world now that you are no longer with us.  
From: Sherry har dMar 16 2019 8:57AM
Angie and Luke we're gracious to ask my husband and I too join my daughter Julie and Julia into their home for a meal and card playing .  Was  an enjoyable evening. And left feeling they we're part of our own.  Condolences to this wonderful wonans family and friends.  
From: Anna ParkinsonMar 16 2019 9:30AM
We are so sorry for your loss.
From: Greg BennettMar 16 2019 10:03AM
Potter, it is hard to believe that you are really gone. Your passion, strength, and courage will always serve as an example for those of us lucky enough to have known you. Fly high my friend! May you always rest in peace.
From: Sheryl HardestyMar 16 2019 11:03AM
Thoughts and prayers with you all, my heart is heavy I couldn't be there in person.
From: Andrea FordMar 17 2019 6:43PM
Angie was a wonderful lady. I was privileged to have her as a teacher in highschool. She taught the importance of organiazation in writing. Her faithfulness in students made her a great teacher.
From: Teri & Jim ClarkMar 17 2019 9:45PM
Angie had a beautiful smile, soul, & spirit, and I thank God that we were blessed to know her.  Though we had not seen her for several years, we were in touch through our daughter Kristin, one of Angie’s dearest friends. We continue our prayers for her family, friends and everyone who was lucky enough to have her touch their lives. May the beautiful memories heal many broken hearts.

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