Geneva Arlene Lowery

Born: 12/11/1931 Passed:

Geneva Arlene Lowery, age 89, passed away surrounded by family at her home on Monday, December 14, 2020.  Born in Canton, Ohio December 11, 1931 to the late Grace & Louis Sprankle. She graduated from Waynesburg High School. She was married for 66 years to the love of her life, Bill. Geneva dedicated her life to serving Jehovah God on July 5, 1968. She was a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother.

In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by a sister, Donna Durnye; brothers, Doug Sprankle, Ronnie Sprankle; and her daughter, Christine Lowery.

She is survived by her husband, William Ray Lowery; daughters, Cindy Narduzzi, Kathy James, Sharon Cunningham; her sister, Linda Shotts; 4 grandchildren, and 3 great-grandchildren.

A private memorial service for Geneva will be held online.

 

You will be remembered

When the flowers bloom in spring

In the summertime remembered

In the fun that summer brings

You will be remembered

When fall brings leaves of gold

In the wintertime remembered

In the stories that are told

And from early dawn to setting sun

Each day my whole life through

My heart will hold a special place

For memories of you.

                                                                                      By Judith Bulock Morse

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4 Tributes to Geneva Arlene Lowery

  1. William Lowery says:

    Dearest Geneva, I love you now as I loved you then. You were the best wife, and greatest love of my life.

  2. Cindy Narduzzi says:

    Oh my beautiful, sweet, funny, loving mother, how you broke my heart when I had to say good bye. You were my mother and best friend. I love you so from the moment I opened my eyes till you closed yours.

    • Kathleen James says:

      To my dear sweet mother who always put her children first, made our house a home and brought comfort , structure, stability and love to her children. You were a wonderful mother,wife, and human being who was deeply loved and will be forever missed but always remembered with love. Sleep for now my princess❤️

  3. Linda Shott says:

    To my darling sister.What can you say about the greatest sister, mother,wife,grandmother, anyone could have.I will miss you terribly until we’re together again.

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