Lula Elouise "Weezie" Owens
1945 - 2020
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Lula Elouise "Weezie" Owens, who loved to be called "Weezie" by her friends and family, departed her loving family on August 23, 2020 at SE Health.

Weezie was born October 12, 1945 in Westville, Fl to James "Monk" and Vera King.

Memorial services for Weezie were held at Carmel Assembly at 4 pm Wednesday, August 26, 2020 visitation was one-hour prior.  Flowers are accepted or donations in memory of Elouise Owens can be made to Carmel Assembly Missions Fund. 

Weezie is preceded in death by her parents and spouse James Neal Motley.  Survivors include her children, Starla (Patrick) Lusk of Enterprise, Scott (Tonya) Owens of Geneva, Natasha (Steve) Walker of Bonifay, two step sons Chris (Pam) Motley of Faydette, Matt (Ivy) Motley of Taylor.  Eight grandchildren Amanda(Justin) Colwell, Ft. Mitchell, Stephanie (Patrick) Hawkins, Bonifay, Fl, Morganne Lusk, Columbus, Ga, Jason Lusk, Enterprise, Tyler (Kaitlyn) Walker, Bonifay, Fl, Jasmine  Shiver (Hunter Odom), Geneva, Corwin (Haley) Shiver, Geneva, Matt Gaskins ,Enterprise, six great grandchildren Dylan Lorraine, Enterprise, Jaxon Hawkins, Branson Hawkins, Adalynn Hawkins, Bonifay, Fl, Sebastian Colwell, Ft. Mitchell, Khloe Shiver, Geneva, and was proudly awaiting the arrival of Ty Braxton Walker, in October, two sisters Wanda Jerkins, Geneva, Norma Jean O'Donnell (Mike), Leland, NC. Father of her children Robert Owens, Westville, Fl and a bonus sister Kathy (Billy) Peacock, Wicksburg and several nieces and nephews. 

Additional information may be obtained at www.familyfirstfuneralcare.com

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Published in Washington County News from Aug. 25 to Sep. 2, 2020.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
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26
Visitation
03:00 - 04:00 PM
Carmel Assembly
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26
Memorial service
04:00 PM
Carmel Assembly
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