Louise Spotlow, 67 of Durham, formally Clinton, passed away at home after a 4 year long illness; She was surrounded by family to celebrate the life she lived, which is what she would have wanted. Louise was born in Fall River, MA on December 28, 1954, to Alan and Nancy Bowers.
Louise was the most selfless person you would ever know. She was loving and compassionate but was also passionate about her beliefs. She could debate better than anyone! She lived for her grandchildren, her family, and friends. She loved boating, camping, and vacationing. It didn’t matter where she was though if her family was there.
Louise was an Artist and graduated with an art degree from Ottawa University in Kansas. She worked as a potter for many years at Toki Potters in Clinton, CT. She was most recently employed in the art department at Seton in Branford, CT. In between these two jobs, she also ran an in-home daycare where she was known as “Weezie” so that she could be home for her children as well. After she retired, she went on to watch her granddaughter Willa for 4 years.
She recently celebrated 45 years of marriage with her loving husband, Richard. Louise was always happiest when she was with him, doing all the things they loved to do together.
She was predeceased by her parents, sister Deborah and brother, James.
She leaves her husband, Richard. Her daughter, Torrie (Atwater) of Guilford. A son, Alan and his wife Sarina of Westbrook and a stepson, Richard Spotlow Jr. She will also be sorely missed by her four grandchildren, Nicolette Spotlow, Brooke and Willa Atwater and Harper Orion Spotlow.
We would like to thank her amazing Doctors, especially, Dr. Uyen To and Dr. Jill Banatoski and her Medical Assistant Meghan.
A Celebration of Life will be held at 2:00 on Sunday November 20, 2022, at Aqua Restaurant, 34 Riverside Drive, Clinton, CT