Moffat County Fair Honorary Volunteer: Loretta Earle
Each year, there are those who stand out among the crowd for making a positive difference, Loretta (Retta) Earle is one of those people. Loretta is always willing to lend a helping hand and has been helping out with the Moffat County Fair for many years.
Born and raised on a farm in Oklahoma, she grew up participating in 4-H, participating in cooking and other projects. She graduated high school in Crawford, Oklahoma, and became a police dispatcher.
Loretta married Harold Earle in 1969. Harold’s family did custom harvesting in Oklahoma. In 1970, they moved to Craig to farm and ranch, raising cattle and growing hay. They had two children, Shane and Tammy. Shane married Stacy, and had two children Charli and Jesse. Tammy had one child, Logan.
In her spare time, Loretta enjoys singing and collecting rocks. Loretta has a collection of rocks from all over the world. Her greatest loves are God, family and friends. She also enjoys volunteering with hospice.
Along with volunteering with hospice, Loretta also helps with the Moffat County Fair, including Cowboy Church, hospitality in the Pavilion and singing at the National Day of Prayer.
Loretta’s favorite part of the fair is interacting with all the other people and getting to see who enters their treasures into the fair each year.
It is with extreme gratitude that the Moffat County Fair Board recognizes you as one of the 2015 Honorary Volunteers. Thank you for all you have done for the Moffat County Fair, and we are looking forward to working with you for many years to come!
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