Marissa “Missy” Delynne Lowe, 35, of Amarillo, passed away peacefully in her sleep on February 21, 2023, and woke up in the arms of her Savior; fully reunited with loved ones who have gone before her. She was born in Amarillo on December 4, 1987, to Lyndal “L.B.” and Natalie Lowe. She graduated from Randall High School in 2006.
Missy loved cooking for her family and decorating for holidays. She was very creative and loved painting. She loved books (Fairytales and Harry Potter), movies (The Wizard of Oz and Classic Disney), and music. She loved to play card games with her family, hosting family dinners, and rocking babies. She was a beloved daughter, a wonderful sister, a loving mother, and a great friend. She will be greatly missed for her contagious laughter, generosity, and free spirit.
Missy was preceded in death by her grandmother, Ruthie Poynor; her aunt, Terri Huestis; a great aunt, Linda Montgomery; grandfather, Howard Lowe, and grandmother, Iris Lowe.
She is survived by her God-given daughter, Reigan Ortegon, of Amarillo, Texas; parents, L.B. and Natalie Lowe, of Amarillo, Texas; grandmother, Paula Gordon, of Crittenden, Kentucky; sisters, Amanda Lowe, and Kayla Wait and husband, Eric Wait, of Amarillo, Texas; and many extended family members and close friends.
“Ordinary things are precious, and I’ll always be grateful for that.” ~Missy
Memorial Donations can be made to Reigan’s Memorial College Fund at The Peoples Federal Credit Union, Amarillo, Texas or you can mail them to Natalie Lowe’s home address. The account is set-up under Natalie Lowe, Memo: Reigan’s Memorial Fund.
A Memorial Service honoring Missy will be held at 1:00 p.m. Friday, March 3, 2023, in the Lighthouse Funeral Chapel, 3707 Wolflin Ave., in Amarillo.
It was a beautiful day, Natalie had gone shopping with Missy in tow. Natalie and I had been friends a few years now and shopping was my thing. So the girls had made their selections and taken them to the counter. As the clerk rang up all the goodies she asked “ How would you like to pay for this?” And with out skipping a beat Missy said….
“Charge It”. I received a call from Natalie informing me that all those months in the womb, Missy had been listening. And perhaps I shouldn’t say certain things around Missy anymore.
Missy…Your life was a blessing, our memories a treasure. You are loved beyond words and missed beyond measure.
LB and Natalie, Tracy and I are so very grieved at your loss of Missy. We are praying for God’s comfort, grace and peace for you.
Natalie, I am so sorry for your loss and sorrow you must be feeling, but I know Missy is in the arms of the Lord and feeling all the love of our family, who is waiting for us all there. All my love and prayers to you and your family