ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Grace Owens, 93 years old, born on July 7, 1927, and passed away on February 21, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Melissa Owens on March 23, 2021
Grandma; the world is a bit darker with you gone. I will forever cherish the memories I have with you. I miss your laughter I miss being able to call you and just hear the sunshine in you’re voice. You were so beautiful, caring, loving and strong. I have been truly blessed to have you as my grandmother. It makes me feel better knowing papa has his best friend back once again. I love you to the moon and back, this isn’t a good bye but more of a til we meet again. Til then I have a precious guardian Angel on my side. Xoxo

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Posted by Melissa Owens on March 23, 2021
Grandma; the world is a bit darker with you gone. I will forever cherish the memories I have with you. I miss your laughter I miss being able to call you and just hear the sunshine in you’re voice. You were so beautiful, caring, loving and strong. I have been truly blessed to have you as my grandmother. It makes me feel better knowing papa has his best friend back once again. I love you to the moon and back, this isn’t a good bye but more of a til we meet again. Til then I have a precious guardian Angel on my side. Xoxo
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Heavenly Grace

Grace was married to Leyshon Richard Owens. Together they had 4 children; Lois, Ritchie, Dennis & Mark. I remember her always being so full of happiness and life. When I would go with my dad to Florida to see her she would always have a fresh coloring book and new box of crayons waiting for me. We would sit around the kitchen table and talk and laugh. 

I would run to her for quarters for the gimbal machine that my papa had in the living room that was filled with marbles and then papa and I would flick the marbles all over the floor as grandma would worry about a slipping hazard. 

I loved watching her cook, she always made the most comforting meals. As she would be in the kitchen my papa and dad would be in the garage I would bounce back and fourth between papa and grandma just watching them both. 

I was a daddy’s girl and papas girl, but NOTHING beats the comfort and love and security I felt sitting on my grandmas lap at night after a bath in my jammies cuddling with her. 

In 2005 she lost her husband and her best friend. Ironically enough she passed away on his birthday. After 16 years they are finally together again.
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