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Lisa Lain Owens MILLER

Dallas, Texas

1955 - 2017

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Elisabeth Lain Owens was born November 4, 1955 to J.C. and SuLain Owens. Reared in Richardson, Lisa graduated from JJ Pearce HS in 1973. After 2 years as a Kilgore College Rangerette, Lisa graduated from SMU before returning to Pearce and serving as the Pacesetters Director for 14 years. Lisa...

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l just want your family to know she was a wonderful English teacher and made me feel valued and loved. She always had the ability to bring warmth and beauty to a room.

Gretchen McClurkan
1987 JJ Pearce

Mrs. Owens was a dignified and courageous woman. She was a positive, inspirational force. Her son, Tyler, was the pride and joy of her life. My deepest condolences to Tyler, Mr. Owens, her friend Lisa, and all those who loved her.
Sincerely, Peggy G.
(one of her wound care nurses)

So very sorry to hear of the passing of such a sweet woman. I will miss seeing her weekly. Praying for the family.
Love,
Kristy E.
(One of her wound care nurses.)

Very sad and heartbreaking...I pray the Promises of Our Heavenly Father sustain you through this unimaginable difficult time and comfort you until you greet your beautiful Elisabeth again....

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

As a former Pacesetter, I had the deepest respect for her. She was such a talented drill team instructor and it was such an honor to be a part of the team her last year. She was a wonderful person.

My sincere condolences ,
Mary Littleton Progar
JJ Pearce 1992

Such a positive influence on my life. I will always be grateful. Pam Watkins Roberts

Having been friends with Lisa's Dad, J. C. Owens, for a lifetime, we want you to know we are sorry for your loss. It is hard to know just what to say at this sad time because your loss is so great, and because Lisa will be missed in so many ways Even though no words can truly comfort you, perhaps they can, in some small way, express the depth of care and concern that we feel for you now. Prayers and hugs.

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.