Fannie Mae was born to the late Arthur and Fannie Beavers, she was the third of eight children, and she confessed her love for Christ at an early age and united with Salem Missionary Baptist Church, where she was a faithful member until her health failed. Fannie Mae joined in holy matrimony to the late John Lowery Jr., and they were blessed with four children to this union.
She was a graduate of Junction City School District, where she played basketball,
She was also a member of the Eastern Star.
Mimmie, as the family called her, loved cooking for the family and would always put others' needs before her own; she would often talk to others about her Jesus and how good He was.
Mimmie loved her grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great-great-grandchildren as much as they loved her. She enjoyed sitting outside watching the birds and squirrels. She loved her Coke, a Cola, and pound cake.
On October 28, 2021, she departed this life at Life Touch Hospice in El Dorado, Arkansas. She is preceded in death by her parents, Arthur and Fannie Beavers, husband, John Lowery Jr. daughter Glenda Harris, brother Arlo Beavers, Sister Clara Allen, Lula Hunter, Idera Roberson, and Queen Ester Eutsey, Great-Great- grandson Nayim Carter.
She leaves to cherish her memories one daughter Mary (Earl) Carter, two sons Daniel Paul (Patrece) Lowery and Thomas (Cheryl) Lowery of El Dorado, AR; Sister Annie Easter of El Dorado, AR; Dolores Lewis of Lathrop, Ca, her Beloved Fur Baby Toki. A bonus grandchild, Anastasia Lamijan,who devoted many hours caring for her. A caregiver, Annie Massey, ten Grandchildren, twenty-one Great-grandchildren, and five great-great-grandchildren. A host of nieces, nephews, relatives, and friends who loved her tremendously and will genuinely miss her dearly.
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