Kandis Howell, 62, of Dows, died Wednesday, April 5, 2017 at Mercy Medical Center in Des Moines. A Celebration of Life will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 8, 2017 at Missionary Alliance Church in Blairsburg, with Pastor Ron Lotz officiating. Visitation will be held from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Saturday at the church.
Kandis Kay Haggard, the daughter of David and Marlys Stafford Haggard was born June 9, 1954 in Webster City. She graduated from Iowa Falls High School in 1973. Kandis married Laurence Howell on March 9, 2001 in Elk Pointe, SD. Over the years she worked at various nursing homes in the area including, Rotary Senior Living in Eagle Grove, Friendship Haven in Fort Dodge, Southfield Wellness and Crestview Nursing and Rehabilitation in Webster City, as well as nursing homes in Hampton and Dows.
Kandis is survived by her husband, Laurence of Dows; daughters, Kim Day of Chariton, Jessica Anderson of Webster City, Angela (Chad) Machain of Rutland, VT; grandchildren, Annelease Anderson, Katrina Day, Nikolai Day, Taylor Bernard, Kennedy Bernard and Lauren Pringle; great-grandchildren, Khloe Horton, Joshua Horton, Kaydance Anderson and three on the way; step-children, Rebecca (Simon) Gillion, Emma (Chris) Lowry, Felicity Howell and Nathaniel Howell, all of England; 10 step-grandchildren; three step-great-grandchildren; and brother, David (Lisa) Haggard of Webster City.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her sisters, Lori Caquelin, Karen Anderson and Victoria Hanson.
She was a member of Missionary Alliance Church, where she was a part of the Ministry Team. Kandis belonged to the Lutheran and Presbyterian Quilting Guild, was President of the Dow's Women's VA and was Secretary of Dows Library Board. She enjoyed stamping, quilting, fishing, baking, gardening and camping. Kandis volunteered at Second Chances in Dows and loved helping people. Most of all, she loved spending time with her family.
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I met Kandi thru Karen. Karen and my mother, Ann Lemon, worked together in Webster City. I worked with Vicki at Frigidaire. So sad that all these sisters have passed at such young ages.My thoughts and prayers go out to the families.
Forever in our hearts
We enjoyed getting to know Kandis while serving together on the Missions Team at church. Kandis had a servant heart. We will miss her.
John and Karen Heiden
Kandi will be missed. When we first moved to Dows, she and I did some sewing together. Our condolences: the Hirds
We are very sorry to have heard of Kandi's passing. She was a very sweet lady who always wanted to know how everyone was doing. She will be missed, but remembered fondly. Our thoughts and prayers are with her loved ones.
Shawn and Sonia Vinsand
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