- 53 years old
- Date of birth: Dec 20, 1960
- Place of birth:
Illinois, United States
- Date of passing: Jan 21, 2014
- Place of passing:
Washington, United States
|Her laughter must fill the heavens.|
Please attend the memorial for my mother, Lori Rowley, on Saturday, January 25th, 2014 at 2:00pm. A potluck meal will follow, bring whatever you'd like to share! :)
629 S. 356th St.
Federal Way, WA 98003
"My Dear Sister ... I miss you so much ... I think of you so much!"
"Friend, I think of you often and miss you dearly!"
"Happy Birthday Lori! May you be celebrating your special day with other angels in Heaven. I miss your smiling face"
"Lori, I miss you and think of you often! I know you are watching over your daughter and granddaughter with love."
"Hey Boo, another year has flown by and I still think of you often. I wonder how the family is doing and how much spying you are doing on them... You always worried about everyone else. I miss you and talking about all the books we shared. You left way too early. I love you."
"Lori, I think of you often and miss your sense of humor and positive attitude. Take care!"
"It's been almost a year since you left us. I want your family to know that they are not the only ones who still think of you and miss you. They are not alone. My best wishes and thoughts of comfort continue to go out to them. I miss you wench... Hope I see you again someday."
"Julie, my thoughts are with you during the holiday season and especially today. Know that your friends are with you, and there for you. Lean on us for the love and support you need. Love, Cynthia"
"Words cannot express how sorry I am to hear of Lori's passing. I knew Lori from working in the same department at State Farm for several years. We had many wonderful conversations and she was an open, honest, warm, caring, and fun person; a very sweet soul. I am so sorry for your loss. I am sorry I was not able to make it to her service; her family has been in my thoughts and I will always remember Lori."
"Lori, I just heard you have left us. I greatly regret not following up on my many thoughts about you over the last month. I will miss our riotous lunches and dinners together. I could always count on you in our friendship. I know your passing has left a large hole in the lives of many people. I hope you know how much you have been and still are loved."
"So sorry for your loss Julie, Lori was a wonderful lady. I am blessed by God for being introduced to her. She had a HUGE heart for others, only because she had Jesus heart. I will remember her smile and courteous words, and being able to pray with her. going to miss her cooking and laughter........Love and prayers your way....."
"I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with Lori for many years at the City and always enjoyed her company and her many jokes. She was a wonderful woman and I hope your memories sustain you through this hard time."
"I worked with Lori a while ago at State Farm. She worked in purchasing and it was a constant laugh. She was always friendly and happy. She will be miss by many people including myself. We are so sorry for your loss."
"I miss Lori terribly and am deeply sadened that I'll never laugh with her again. She was a wonderful person, so generous, kind, and very funny. That is what started our friendship, her sense of humor. We'd be laughing so hard at lunch that people would be staring at us. Especially when she went into her dolphin laugh. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family Julie."
"Lori was an incredible woman! I feel so fortunate for having had her in my life. We were so sad when she left purchasing because she was so upbeat and ready to pitch in, even if it wasn't part of her job.
We were pleased, though, that she was still here in the building - still always cheerful whenever we passed in the halls or had phone conversations.
One of my favorite memories was attending a Mariner game with her -what a time we all had (I think we even won that game).
My prayers are with her family - Lori won't need them where she is now, with her God, her life was a prayer and I know she earned her place with the life she lived. She will be missed."
"I am sorry for your loss, Julie. I am thinking of you and your family at this time. I hope the memories of your mother stay close to your heart. I'm glad I got to meet your mom and get to know a little more about her. She had a wonderful sense of humor. Prayers for all of you."
"I’m so happy to have gotten to know Lori and work with her when she worked in our office. (City Purchasing) She always arrived early, ready to embrace each day with a SMILE! She was such a happy camper! No matter what challenges were there, she maintained a smile and kept her cool. I can only recall one time where I knew she was mad but she never showed it! Lori had a great sense of humor and loved to laugh at and with you! She had all the qualities you want in a co-worker and friend. Her happy face will be missed; but her spirit will stay with us. Another ANGEL called home."
"I always enjoyed talking to Lori outside on break. She always had a smile on her face and so much joy inside her heart. My deepest and sincerest sympathy for her family. I will miss her smile and attitude."
"Lori and I worked together at Tacoma Power. I had an opportunity to talk quite a bit with her a few years ago at a Dam Ride, and we had a lot in common. We had similar job duties in different departments, so we talked often. I will remember her kindness, her smile, and her determination. Healing prayers go out to her family."
"Lori and I worked together at State Farm. She made my time there very enjoyable. She was an awesome friend and I will miss her laugh. I ran into her about 5 years ago and spent a few minutes talking about old times. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family and friends."
"I was so shocked and saddened to hear of Lori's passing. We had lost touch over the years, but I thought of her often. We met while working together at State Farm. I will remember Lori for her smile, laughter, and kind heart. She had a great talent for poetry, and even wrote one for me to use on the bells we handed out at my wedding. I know that Lori had gone through trials in life and yet it did not keep her from having a strong faith in God. It is comforting to know that she is now in heaven, unburdened by earthly troubles and pains. I imagine her smiling and laughing and feeling absolute peace. My deepest sympathies go out to her family."
"I was so sorry to hear about Lori. My sincerest sympathy and prayers to her family. She often talked about her daughter (Julie) and granddaughter and how much they meant to her. I will miss her humor and her ability to care so much for others."
"My prayers are with you Julie, and your family. So sorry for your loss."
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