Angie Su Innes, 54, of Fairfield Bay, passed away March 7, 2017 in her home. Angie was born May 1, 1962 in Rangely, Colorado to Bruce and Patsy (Jay) Wells.

She was a 1980 graduate of Clinton High School and attended the University of Central Arkansas in Conway.

She enjoyed high school sports, such as playing basketball and running in track. Later, she played recreational softball, volleyball, tennis, and most recently whipping the Fairfield Bay retirees at pickle ball. She not only participated in sports, but was also an active parent both coaching her son’s soccer team and refereeing in his soccer league.

She loved her children passionately, building her life around them. She always encouraged them in activities where they could excel such as creative writing, swimming, and the arts. She herself was very artistic.

In her early adulthood, Angie lived in various places over the years, which began in Dickinson, North Dakota, 1985 and two years later in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, where she gave birth to her son Jason in 1989. One year later, she began living and raising her family abroad in beautiful Perth Australia. She made a short return to the states moving to Grand Junction, Colorado in 1993. By 1996 she was abroad again moving to Shekou, China, where she gave birth to her daughter, Jessica in Hong Kong in 1999. Shortly after, she moved with her family to Bangkok, Thailand for two years. Finally, in 2001, she moved back to the states for good, living in both Midland and Houston, Texas. In 2011, she made her home in Fairfield Bay, Arkansas where she made several new friends, reconnected with old friends, and where two sisters reside. She considered herself an ambassador of Fairfield Bay, always meeting and greeting visitors with a smile at the Hart Center and eager to show them how to play pickle ball. She loved pickle ball. She never met a stranger and would give the shirt off her back to help those in need.

She is survived by two children, son Jason Innes of Fairfield Bay, Arkansas and daughter Jessica Innes of Kingwood, Texas; her mother, Patsy and step father William Bartelt of Grand Junction, Colorado; sisters and their spouses, Arlis and Nakina Gray, Rick and Melissa Ward, both of Fairfield Bay; sister Darcy Allen of Dinosaur, Colorado; several nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her father, Bruce E. Wells.

Visitation will be Wednesday, March 15 at 1 PM with funeral services following at 2 PM. Arrangements entrusted to Clinton Funeral Service of Clinton. To sign Angie’s book of memories, go to