Nancy Lillie Lowery was born on March 28th, 1928, to the late Sula Holliman and Zeke Lille.
She departed this life on March 14th, 2023.
She accepted Christ at an early age at the Pleasant Hill Baptist Church in Chidester, Arkansas. She joined in holy matrimony to late Dec. Earnest Lowery in 1945, and four children were born to this union.
She then moved to Calion, Arkansas, and became a member of the St Luke Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. James Abrey. She served in many ministries, including the Deaconess board, singing in the choir, the youth ministry, and the kitchen committee.
In 1980 she became a member of Greater Paradise Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. E. A. Porchia and again served on several ministries until her health began to fail. After moving to Benton, Ar. She joined the Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church in Little Rock, AR, under the leadership of Pastor Clarence Thornton until she left this life. Nancy lived a simple but good life providing for her children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great-, great-, grandchildren, and family. She loved to cook, fish, and garden, and had a gift and passion for quilting and would quilt every grandchild that was born their very own special quilt.
Nancy was the oldest of seven children. In addition to her parents, she is proceeded in death by brothers James Morris and Robert Morris Sisters Kathleen Morris, Dorthlean McDonald, Minnie Goshen, Louesta Nettles and her daughter Christine Lowery-Buckner Earnestine Burns son Clifton Lowery and grandson Carlos Lowery and great great- grand daughter Ryder Lowery.
Left to cherish her memory is her sons George T. Lowery (Barbara) of Eldorado Ar. James T. Lowery of Bryant, Ar, Patricia Lowery Winston of Benton, Cecil Lowery of Garland, Texas, special daughters Chris Miller and Janice Avant-Ayers, and son Greg Ayers. She was blessed with 14 grandchildren, 23 great-grandchildren, 11 great-great-grandchildren, and a host of nieces and nephews.
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