On October 20, 2015, in the early morning our beloved mother, sister, aunt, and beautiful friend, Becky Fellows, went to join her loved ones who passed before her.Becky spent the early years of life breaking horses and helping her mom\'s dad on their small farm in Pipestone. She loved anything to do with horses.Becky went to school in Whitehall, MT. She excelled in any sport that she participated in. She made it to State in track and held the record in shot put for many years on her plaque hung in the hallway of the middle school. She also played a huge part in taking her high school basketball team to State from 1974 – 1978. You will always hear stories about Becky Fellows in little Whitehall about being amazing on the basketball court. In the later years of her life, she returned to Sheridan, WY, where she was born, and lived for 12 years until her death. She made lots of friends in Sheridan. Anyone who knew her loved her dearly.Becky worked with troubled children her first few years in Sheridan and loved everything about working with those children. Then she stared her own business during her last 8 years. She loved a lot of things about her life in Sheridan, but, she loved to play her Texas hold em. At least twice a week, she went down to the local bars and gave the men a run for their money at the poker tables. She definitely won more at poker than she lost. Her two children were the most important people in her life. She loved her family and friends the most. If she was talking to her children it was, most usually, always about her friends. When she was talking to her friends, it was always about her two children.We love you very much mom. Thank you for always being there for both of us. As we always told you we are so proud we had a mother as strong and as beautiful as you. Until we see you again we send up butterfly kisses.There will be no services.Kane Funeral Home has been entrusted with arrangements.