She was born April 1, 1927 in Mitchell, Nebraska, the daughter of Clark R. Redfield and Marie Redfield (Roberts). She lived in Scottsbluff County, NE till 1942, when her father was transferred to Evanston, WY with the Union Pacific Railroad. Louise graduated from Evanston highschool in 1944, after which attended the College of Wyoming, the place she was a member of the CHI OMEGA sorority, and the place she married her highschool sweetheart Robert “Bob” Skyles.
After Bob graduated, they moved to Cheyenne. In 1956 they moved to Lander, the place they lived for 21 years. Throughout this era, Louise was a substitute trainer at native faculties, and on the Wyoming State Coaching College. In 1977 Louise and Bob moved again to Cheyenne, the place she labored for the State of Wyoming as secretary to the Secretary of State, earlier than retiring in 1987.
Over time, Louise did volunteer work for a number of organizations, in addition to being a Woman Scout Chief. She was a member of the United Methodist Church, P.E.O. Chapter AJ, State Workers Retirement Group (SERG), two bridge golf equipment, and loved attending varied concert events, reveals and Little Theatre performs on the Cheyenne Civic Heart. She additionally loved travelling along with her husband and doing issues along with her family and friends.
Survivors consists of two of her three youngsters: Sandra L. (husband Tore) Arnesen of Broomfield, CO; Robert G. (spouse Diana) Skyles, Windsor, CO; and her daughter in regulation Kathy Skyles, Fredericksburg, VA. Additionally surviving are three grandchildren Valerie Webster (Darren); Robert R. Skyles (Anne); and John L. Skyles; in addition to eight great-grandchildren.
She was proceeded in loss of life by Robert M. Skyles in 2006, her youngest son John S. Skyles in 2020, in addition to her mother and father, brothers and sisters.
Cremation has taken place and he or she will likely be buried beside her husband on the Evanston, Wyoming Cemetery.
Printed by Wyoming Tribune Eagle from Apr. 4 to Apr. 5, 2021.