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Donna Earleen Lowe

Donna Earleen Lowe

March 27, 1933 – April 15, 2018

    What a glorious day!  I am in the loving arms of the Lord Jesus, with my God.  The angels are singing.  What a wonderful reunion I am having with:

My parents, Harry Ray Cobb and Neva Anne Lee Gillette (daddy and momma)

My sisters, Edna Olsen, Neva Cobb, Marian Burton, Clara (Ione) Foster

My husband, Robert E. Lowe

My daughter, Neva Merritt-Montoya

My son, Clyde Pewtress

My grandson, Brian Pewtress.

    To my surviving children, Glendon Pewtress, Thelma Grogan, Judy Broadbenmt, Susan Jensen, Bonnie Lowe, I love you all very much!

I have 17 grandchildren, 41 great-grandchildren, 1 great-great-grandchild.

My youngest grandchild, being born on March 30, 2018.

    One of my cherished times in my life, was when I was a soldier in the Salvation Army, and being part of the Home League.  Uniquely, my three sisters were thee with me, which made that service more special.

    Thank you, Brighton Hospice.  Thank you, Julianne and Ashley and the rest of the staff at South Ogden-Post Acute.

    Cremation under the direction of Aaron's Mortuary.  Thank you very much, Mark Cwalinski.

Memorial Services

The Salvation Army Chapel

2635 Grant Ave

Ogden, Utah

Saturday, April 28, 2018 at 1 pm

   Thank you Captain Donald and Kim Warriner

For the memorial service

  Ma Cat, Wilbur Joe and Thor, the furbabies keep Bonnie on her toes.

  Mom, it has been a privilege to take care of you, to walk with you, through our many adventures.  So, many wonderful memories so, much wisdom and strength you shared with me.  Your heart was so full of love,  I am truly blessed to be your daughter.  Our memories will always stay close to my heart, till we meet again.  I love you.  I will miss you tremendously

  Your daughter,

  Bonnie


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Guestbook

Lots of memories. The one I still remember was when Donna came home with Bonnie when she was born. All the kids from the hood were waiting. When Donna saw all of us kids waiting to see the new baby she started telling all of us to "get back. I don't want the baby to get a cold". It was a couple of days before I finally got a good look at her!

Fred Abbott Nov 14 2019 12:00 AM