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Obituary - Lowell E. Stilley

Lowell Eugene Stilley, age 77, son of Raymond and Eleanor (Gourley) Stilley, was born February 21, 1943, at Bado, Mo. He passed away July 30, 2020, at the Texas County Memorial Hospital.
Lowell was preceded in death by his parents; sisters, Janet and Linda; and brothers, Leroy and Jerry. He is survived by his sisters, Kay Dillon of Houston, Ermal Wondergem and husband Gary of Greenville, Mich., Brenda Kinserlow and Debbie Stilley of Bucyrus; Uncle Frank Gourley of Houston; many nieces, nephews, and numerous cousins.
Lowell grew up in the White Rock community and graduated from the eighth grade at the White Rock School.
He was a member of the Oak Hill Christian Church. He enjoyed all the activities at church, especially the fellowship dinners and the July 4th celebrations.
Lowell enjoyed attending Rock Garden Christian Camp for special needs. He usually won the prize for storytelling and doing crafts.
Lowell was employed at the Opportunity Sheltered Workshop in Houston. He was one of the original employees when it opened in 1987. He enjoyed being around his friends there and working on putting together eggs for Easter and assembling other products.
He loved to draw and color, hunt, fish, and to tell all sorts of stories. He enjoyed giving his drawings and coloring pages to his friends and family.
Lowell loved his family and friends. He especially enjoyed seeing his many nieces and nephews.
He was a loving brother, uncle and friend, and will be missed by all who knew and loved him.
Memorials are suggested to Opportunity Sheltered Workshop or Rock Garden Christian Camp. Online condolences may be sent to www.evansfh.com.

Graveside Services were held Monday, Aug. 3, 2020, at Dykes Cemetery with Don Crockett officiating. Pallbearers were Eddie Stilley, Cody Stilley, Scott Stilley, Marcus Kinserlow, Jeremy Dillon and Jack Pearce. Honorary pallbearers were Kevin Stilley and Roger Mayfield. Services were under the direction of Evans Funeral Home.


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