On a beautiful Monday afternoon, May 10th, 2021 a beautiful vibrant soul was called home to be with the Lord. Deborah was a devoted mother, grandmother, aunt, cousin, friend and counselor. She was outgoing, loving, well-known, and our peace. She enjoyed praying, dancing, laughing, handling business, going to the beach, watching movies, counseling everyone that needed advice, and spending time with family and friends. She possessed a calm, peaceful aura . She was truly one of a kind.
To the parentage of the late Virginia Roberts Lowe and W.M. Lowe, Deborah was born into this world on December 19, 1954 in Atlanta, Ga. Raised in Sparta, Georgia, Deborah received her formal education from Hancock Central High School, Class Of 1973. Deborah attended Augusta Tech receiving her degree in Early Childhood Development, Class of 1988. She later attended the University of Phoenix receiving a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration Class of 2012. Deborah was always focused on her business, she had a passion for working with children which led to her opening up an at-home daycare. God called her to speak his word, Evangelist Deborah Lowe was birthed. She had an absolute love for God. She began a career with Transitional Families as an advocate for children. With this title she reached many families . She loved speaking, teaching his people and later joined the Nation of Islam. As time passed she opened her corner store Harlem’s Stop and Shop, giving back to her community.
She is preceded in death by mother and father, Virginia Roberts W.M. Lowe. Her brother Michael and Clarence Lowe and sister, Vickie Lowe.
She leaves to cherish her legacy: her devoted and loving children: Dondriell Stephens, Howard Stephens of Thomson, Georgia: Danta (De’Wayna) Stephens of Augusta Georgia: La’Sheena Stephens of Warrenton Georgia: Ta’Mara Stephens of Albany Georgia. 11 grandchildren: Janti Brown, Da’Kwan Brown, Dantez Stephens, DanTavian Stephens, A’Kyiah Stephens, Jordan Johnson, Dana Stephens, Devin Climons, Harlem Moss, Datan Stephens, Yasir Moss. She instilled love and prayer in each of her children and grandchildren.
One brother, Willie Lowe: One niece Tyshawndra Lowe, Two nephews Tramaine Lowe and Montegus Lowe and a host of other family, friends, cousins, and love ones.
Services entrusted to Dawson’s Mortuary ~98 Hopgood St. Warrenton, GA
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