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In Memory of

Frankie Allison Lowery

October 26, 1945 - May 12, 2017

Obituary


Frankie Allison Lowery, age 71, of Springville went home to be with the Lord Friday, May 12, 2017. She was preceded in death by her parents J. B. and Nellie Allison; son Michael Lowery; brothers Charles Allison, Johnny Allison, and Larry Allison; and sister LaVerne Allison Gilmore.

Ms. Lowery is survived by son Glenn Lowery; sisters Patricia Jarrett (Oscar) and Joyce Aldridge (Allen); and numerous nieces and nephews. Also, the love of her life, her dachshund Missy.

She was a long time member of The Eastern Star. She was accomplished in archery and...

Frankie Allison Lowery, age 71, of Springville went home to be with the Lord Friday, May 12, 2017. She was preceded in death by her parents J. B. and Nellie Allison; son Michael Lowery; brothers Charles Allison, Johnny Allison, and Larry Allison; and sister LaVerne Allison Gilmore.

Ms. Lowery is survived by son Glenn Lowery; sisters Patricia Jarrett (Oscar) and Joyce Aldridge (Allen); and numerous nieces and nephews. Also, the love of her life, her dachshund Missy.

She was a long time member of The Eastern Star. She was accomplished in archery and enjoyed her career as a caregiver. She really enjoyed creating stories, playing games, the outside, flowers, animals, and fishing.

Frankie taught her family how to live in spite of challenging medical conditions. She taught them how to stay focused on getting through some of the very toughest times. She also showed us we can survive many of life's curve balls through an amazing determination.

Frankie would like to have been remembered first and foremost as a good mother, daughter, sister, aunt and Christian woman. She wanted to be known as a good care giver, a tough determined person and also a very caring and loving loyal friend. Frankie didn't care about the fancy things of this world, but cared more for the simpler things in life wrapped around the good caring people of her life. She will be dearly missed by her family and friends.