Deja Dijon Lowe

A Life Well Lived

Deja D. Lowe, age 33, passed away September 22, 2021 at home unexpectedly.

Deja attended Walnut Ridge High School. She was a dedicated worker and student at The Ohio State Barber College.

She was always the life of the party.

Deja is preceded in death by her Great- Grandparents, Curtis and Pauline Lowe; Grandmother, Sharon Lowe; Aunt, Marcia Lowe; Cousins, Curtis (Mano), Carlisa and Tahja.

Deja leaves to cherish her memory, Loving Mother, April Lowe; Father, Carlos Davenport: Grandmother, Carol Davenport: Sister,  Latavia Lowe: Bonus Sisters, Arkeia Woolfork, Artica Woolfork and Sharonda Harper: Nephews, Demetrion and Demonny Lowe: Special Cousins,  Jaquese Lowe and Keyon Jackson: Uncle, Anthony Lowe: Great Uncles, Aunts,  as well as a host of nieces, nephew, cousins and other family members and friends.

Deja will be missed by all who loved her and had the honor of knowing her.



PUBLIC Visitation 1:00 PM TICKET REQUIRED PRIVATE Visitation 2:00 PM and PRIVATE Funeral Service 3:00 PM Thursday, October 7, 2021 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST, 5456 E. Livingston Ave. (one block east of Noe Bixby, turn North on Lonsdale Rd.). Interment at Ohio Cremation Services.


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  1. My Dear Deja,
    I love you more than words could ever express. I miss you dearly. I’m am also grateful that God allowed us to borrow you. Your presence allowed for each and everyone to see your amazing heart. Your smile was infectious and could light up any room. I thank you for your encouraging words and the bond that we share as cousins. You will forever be in our hearts for you have imprinted for a lifetime. I love you and will cherish every memory that we have shared thus far. Until we meet again. I love you beyond measure.

  2. Deja wore a great smile and loved life. She loved it so much that she wanted to know the Creator, Psalm 83:18, Jehovah. The more she studied the Bible the more she knew of His Love and promises of Kingdom, Matthew 6:9,10 through his son Jesus. So until we meet again may she rest until Jesus calls all our loved ones to resurrection again.

  3. You will be deeply missed but God has a better plan. Sometimes we don’t understand why God takes away our loved ones. But it isn’t for us to. Just know that when he takes them they are in Gods hands from which they were made from and have been returned. RIP Deja

  4. Deja I love you & I’m missing you everyday .. Watch over us & be sure to come see me in my dreams! Love always

    Candice & family ♥️

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