Alana Talbot Moellmann  August 17 1962  February 11 2019

Alana Talbot Moellmann August 17 1962 February 11 2019

Alana’s Obituary Obituary Alana Talbot Moellmann, 56 Alana Talbot Moellmann, 56, of Amarillo, Texas passed away peacefully in her sleep on Monday, February 11, 2019 due to complication from Type 1 Diabetes. She was born August 17, 1962 in Logan, Utah to Eugene and Joyce Talbot. She left the hospital with them to join her 4 older sisters on their farm in Moreland, Idaho. She graduated from Snake River High School in 1980 where she was active in sports, drill team and Chamber Singers. She attended and graduated from Cosmetology school in Rexburg, Idaho. Alana was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served a mission in the Kentucky, Louisville mission. She met James Randolph Moellmann in the Mission Training Center and they decided to see each other after their prospective missions were fulfilled. They were married on May 19, 1989 in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple. They made their home in Rockford, Illinois. They later moved to Utah where they lived until 2016 when they moved to Amarillo, Texas. Alana was active in her church where she served in many different callings. Her favorites included those involving music. She loved to sing and play the piano. So many lives have been blessed with these talents. She was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents Norman J and Thelma Nessen Chatterton, paternal grandparents Henry Leon and Alice Naomi Seamons Talbot, sister Kristine Talbot Olsen, brother in law David Lamar Olsen, father in law Guenther Anton Moellmann and mother in law Beverly Lorraine Smith Moellmann. Alana is survived by her husband James Randolph Moellmann, sons Derek James and Devin Michael (Brittnee) Moellmann, her parents Hyrum Eugene and Joycealene Chatterton Talbot, sisters Pamela (Layne) Harker, Dawnette (Kent) Oram, Laurel (Brian) VanOrden, brother Kyle Eugene Talbot and many nieces and nephews who love her dearly. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, February 16, 2019 at the Hawker Funeral Home, 132 S. Shilling Avenue in Blackfoot. The family will meet with friends and relatives one hour prior to the funeral. Condolences and memories of Alana may be shared at www.hawkerfuneralhome.com. Read More

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Alana Talbot Moellmann August 17 1962 February 11 2019.

Source: Hawker Lost River Funeral Home

Death notice for the town of: Arco, state: Idaho

death notice Alana Talbot Moellmann August 17 1962 February 11 2019

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  1. My deepest sympathies go out to the family of Alana Moellmann. I just found out today ( June 4th 2020) that she lost her struggle with life in February of 2019. I first met and grew to love Alana when her and James were first married and she began her phlebotomist job at Rockford Memorial Hospital in the late 1980’s or early 1990’s Our friendship grew and I knew she had quite a struggle with diabetes and the many other health . issues that go with it. I remember when she told me she was going to be a Mother to her son Derek. Her and her husband James were over the moon happy to be having a baby they had so wanted. jWhen Alana had her kidney transplant I was honored to care for little seven month old Derek while her family went to be with her and her sister at the University of Wisconsin. She used to give me perms and we spent many hours talking and talking.And then she always treated me to one of her delicious dinners she always put so much skill and time into making.. I still have a beautiful song she wrote for me and I still remember going to her church to see her sing. So many good memories of the one the most beautiful persons I have met in my life. RIP Alana, your walk on this Earth made it a better place in so many ways and with all the people whose lives you touched with your loving ways.. After you moved from Rockford we tried to stay in touch but I knew you had your hands full with all life brought your way.. James, Derek and Devon were your world and so was everyone else that you had room for in your big beautiful heart. Many years passed but I never forgot you as I promised I wouldn’t . Love to you all the way up to Heaven as I know you so strongly knew was waiting for you.. Love always my friend Alana..



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