Faye Agnes Lowery

Faye Agnes Lowery, 93, died Friday, August 2, 2019, in Springdale. She was born June 29, 1926, in Phil Campbell, Alabama, to Curt and Betty Lou (Foster) Handley. Faye was the next-to-youngest of six children and had many fond memories of growing up on her parents’ farm. She was a gifted storyteller with a wonderful sense of humor and an active member of Robinson Avenue Church of Christ. Faye loved to travel and had a sharp memory to her last days.

She is survived by five generations; three children, Barbara Buttram, David Harrison and wife Shaio Hung, and Doyle Harrison; 13 grandchildren; countless great and great-great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews; and close family friends Chuck and Mary Carrol. Faye was preceded in death by two husbands, L.F. “Buck” Lowery and W.R. “Hutch” Hutchison, four brothers and one sister.

Services were Thursday, August 8, at Temple Baptist Church in Springdale with burial at Osborne Memorial Cemetery in Joplin.

Memorial contributions may be made to Robinson Avenue Church of Christ, 1506 W Robinson Ave., Springdale, AR 72764.

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Glenda Tittle

I will always remember you and love
You!

Glenda Tittle
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Glenda Tittle

I will always remember you and love you!

Suzanne Thomas
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Suzanne Thomas

Loved her stories about her travels! I will miss this spunky lady! Tell Pop I love him and think about him everyday.

Susie Handley Smith
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Susie Handley Smith

Aunt Faye had a contagious laugh which we will all miss. Sometimes it took forever for her to finish one of her stories because she got so tickled and had everyone laughing before she got to the end! She brought the whole family together by having a reunion at her house every year. I hope we will continue to have family get-to-gethers in honor of her and other family members who gone now. Aunt Faye, Rest In Peace!

Harry Fitzgerald
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Harry Fitzgerald

Always beautiful and with a joyful smile and most interesting story. She loved freely and was loved by all.

Kathy Long, Wood
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Kathy Long, Wood

I drive by “the hill” and remember the dances in the basement. Mom and dad, her and buck. She will be missed.

Stace Harrison
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Stace Harrison

Best woman to ever come into my life! Such a class act, miss you Gammie.