Deanna Shirley (Palmer) Lowe

May 14, 1937 ~ December 27, 2021 (age 84)

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It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved mother.
Deanna was born in Vancouver, BC where she attended West Vancouver High School and Keremeos High School. She was a high school runner and May Day Princess.
Deanna worked as a bank teller while living on Texada Island and continued in Cache Creek. Our mom’s priority was raising four children, supporting them in all their endeavours, and never missed one of our sporting events.
Deanna was an active member of the United Church and the Eastern Star. After retiring she enjoyed many days with her good friends golfing at Semlin Valley. She always made time for the family dogs and was a longtime fan of the Vancouver Canucks.
Deanna was predeceased by her son Robert John Lowe (Bobby), daughter Patricia Ann McDougall, and her husband Roderick Gordon Lowe.
She is survived by her sons - Billy and Barry (Sherri), her sister Patsy (Arvo), son in law Ron, grandchildren - Edwin, Phillip, and Katherine ( Chris), and great grandsons Dryden and Wesley, and her companion Ralph.
The family would like to thank the staff at the Overlander Care, Orchard Grove Wing, for their love in caring for our mom.
In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to the BC Alzheimer’s Society.
There will be no immediate service planned. The family will notify loved ones when one will be scheduled.


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