Louise M. Foutch “McGee” aka Bubbles, age 87, of Logan, Iowa, passed away on August 3, 2018 at Longview Care Center in Missouri Valley, Iowa. Louise was born July 12, 1931 in Logan, Iowa to Burt and Belva (Teager) McGee. Louise was a farm wife for many years in the Mondamin- Logan area. After leaving the farm and moving into town (Logan) Louise and Dale operated the Buck and Bubbles Corner Tavern. Later you would see her at times cooking at the Theater Bar in Logan or Gurneys in Missouri Valley. When she was not working, you would see her at the high school sporting events for her sons, grandchildren, nieces and nephews. She loved to watch her family in sports for Logan, Missouri Valley, and Underwood. She met and knew a lot of good people and her home was always open to anybody that needed some help, a place to rest or a home cooked meal.
Louise was preceded in death by her parents Bert and Belva McGee, husband Dale Foutch aka Buck, and sister Betty Spencer.
Survivors include sons: Steve and wife Leisa Foutch of Arlington, Texas, Rod and wife Dawn Foutch of Missouri Valley, Iowa, Jeff and wife Dee Foutch of Council Bluffs, Iowa, brothers: Ralph McGee of Nevada, Robert McGee of California, four grandchildren, eight great grandchildren, several nieces and nephews.
Visitation will be held on Thursday August 16, 2018 from 5:00 until 7:00 p.m. at Logan Memorial Chapel in Logan, Iowa.
Memorials may be directed to the Logan Rescue Squad.
Louise – Mom – Grandma – Great Grandma – Aunt Louise and aka “Bubbles” YOU WILL BE MISSED – LOVE YOU
In Loving Memory Of
Louise Marie Foutch
July 12, 1931 Harrison County, Iowa
Entered Into Rest
August 3, 2018 Missouri Valley, Iowa
Celebration of Life Service
7:00 p.m. Thursday, August 16, 2018
Logan Memorial Chapel
Officiating Pastor Rusty Hedger
Organist Vicki Koenig
Vocalist David Dickinson
“The Lord’s Prayer”
Final Resting Place
Mother of Boys
Shoes in the kitchen,
Jeans on the floor
Basketballs lying at the back door
Living room carpet shows signs of wear
The fridge and cupboards are constantly bare.
The toilet seat’s up, it’s stuck that way
The sports on TV blare all day
Racetracks, football, all kinds of toys,
How did you guess, I’m a mother of boys.