Louise Higginbotham

Orland, California

1922 - 2013

Guest Book

Not sure what to say?

I new Louise through my Sister patty who married her son pat I use to go out to her farm all the time and see her horses You will be missed.

I knew both Harry and Ann from the teen dances at the Silver Dollar Fairgrounds. They were certianly terrific kids. I think of them often. I was not aware of Harry's passing in 1982. My condolences to the entire family.

My heartfelt sympathy goes out to your family at this most difficult time. Please be assured that God will help you cope with the heavy weight of your loss. “Blessed be Almighty God who daily carries the load for us.” Psalms 68:19

Grandma Louise,
You will be greatly be missed, and we love you very much, may you rest in pease, and always be with us, love your great grand daughter allison higginbotham

Louise was a long time friend of my family and I since 1944 when we moved to Walnut Grove from Michigan. I gave her late son Harry accordion lessons.
Rest in peace, Louise, your friend,
Eileen Snyder Hancock

Louise came in to my life when my sister Patty married Pat. I will never forget her sense of humor or her wit. You will be missed.

Louise was an old family friend of my family the Zimmermans her parents were close friends with my grandmother Ursula. We send our regards with regard to her passing.

Gail Zimmerman


Louise's Obituaries

Louise Higginbotham, 90, of Orland, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, April 9, 2013, at Enloe Hospital. Louise was born on September 6, 1922, to Andrew and Rosa Peter of Orland. She was the eldest of four daughters growing up on a small farm. She attended Walnut Grove Elementary School in the...

Read More