Diana L. Lowder

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Diana L. Lowder went to be with her Lord on June 8, 2019. She was born on June 16, 1946, to Franklin and Jeannette Lowder.
She worked at Delco in Department 4 and worked in inspections.
Surviving is a sister, Rita Lowder. She also cherished her cocker spaniel named Prince.
She enjoyed bowling and going out to eat with her church family. She was a faithful member of the choir and would lead the congregation the second half of the service.
Other survivors are a niece, Kelley Pitchford, Aunt Patricia Earlywine, Uncle Bill Taylor.
Besides her parents there was a sister, June Schols.
All memorials can be made to Faith United Methodist Church.
Graveside services will be 11 a.m. Thursday, June 13, at Sunset Memory Garden, Chapel of Peace. You can find Diana's obituary at www.ellersmortuarywebster.com, where you can sign the register book or leave a letter of condolence.
Published on June 11, 2019
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Myrna Childress
Jun 18, 2019
Sure will miss her she truely was a good person,I loved sitting with her at the laundry mat while she did her clothes,she'd bring her other half her dog Prince to see me So Ms.Diane I hope your journey was a beauitful road to heaven Love ya girl.
GloriabChapel
Jun 13, 2019
So happy you were apart of my bowling family. Will miss you. RIP
Norma Hoffman
Jun 13, 2019
I knew Diana from bowling I used to bowl on her team as a sub. Such a sweet lady. RIP.
Rae Weaver
Jun 13, 2019
Diana was a wonderful sweet person. We bowled on several leagues and became good friends. She always had a kind word and seemed to enjoy being around people and having a good time. RIP Diana
kathy chaplin
Jun 11, 2019
DIANE WAS SUCH A SWEET SOUL, I KIND OF KNEW HER FROM DELCO BUT I KNEW HER MOSTLY FROM MONDAY NITE BOWLING, ME AND HER TEASED EACH OTHER ALL THE TIME, SUCH A KIND AND LOVING PERSON, I WILL MISS HER TERRIBLY, REST IN HEAVEN SWEET DIANE