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Laura Jean (Fitzpatrick) Lowell

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Laura Jean (Fitzpatrick) Lowell Obituary

Laura Jean (Fitzpatrick) Lowell, 71(.99), of Marysville, California passed away peacefully in her home at 12:15 pm on April 19, 2017.

Laura was born on April 20, 1945, in San Diego, California, to Henry and Ramona (Lohrenz) Fitzpatrick. Laura was raised in Spokane, Washington. After attending Willamette University in Salem, Oregon, Laura moved to Oakland, California where she met her first husband, Douglas Milliken, and gave birth to her only child, Anthony Douglas Milliken. In 1972, they relocated to Laura's home of 45 years on Foust Street in Marysville, California.

Laura retired from Matson & Isom (previously Chipman & Renfrow) after 40 years of service, in 2015. She enjoyed gardening, traveling, much laughter and countless good times with her many friends and family.

Laura leaves behind her partner in love, life and laughter, Robert "Sam" Davis of Marysville, California; her son, daughter-in-law and two grandchildren, Anthony, Stacy, Liam and Hayden Milliken of Edmonds, Washington; her siblings, Charlotte Kamps of Everett, Washington; Lawrence Fitzpatrick of Marysville, Washington; Dennis Fitzpatrick of Kirkland, Washington; and Ramona Lotze of Spokane, Washington. Laura was preceded in death by her second husband, Ronald "Rusty" Lowell of Marysville, California.

A Celebration of Life in Laura's honor will be held Saturday, April 22, 2017, at 6:00 pm at the River's Edge Pub, 1 - East 12th Street, Marysville, California.

Laura's family would like to offer special thanks to Sutter Health Home Hospice for their wonderful care and support in making sure Laura's final days were peaceful. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Sutter Health Home Hospice, 400 Plumas Boulevard, Suite 115, Yuba City, California, 95991.

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Published in Appeal Democrat on Apr. 21, 2017
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