OBITUARY

Alice Faye Sowell

April 26, 1940April 3, 2021

Alice Faye Sowell was born April 26, 1940 to the late Abe Sowell and Ellie Hamilton. She joined New Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church at the age of nine under the leadership of Rev. W. M. Garner. She was a member of the choir and BTU.

She moved to Pasadena, Texas in 1968. Alice Faye united with Fourth Missionary Baptist Church in 1969 under the leadership of Rev. E. Stanley Branch. She was active with the Baptist Training Union (BTU).

She moved to Northeast Houston in 1979. She united with the Mount Zion Missionary Church in 1982. She worked as an usher. In 2008, Alice Faye united with Grace Church of Humble, and served as a member of the Baptism Team.

Alice Faye leaves to mourn her passing: Gerry Andrea Sowell (Jacqueline), Dwayne Keith Sowell, Daryl Contra Sowell (Sherry), and Desiree Faye Sowell Jackson (Eugene), one sister Dorothy Mae Stamps Coleman (James), twelve grandchildren, twenty great-grandchildren, one great-great-grandchild , a host of nieces, nephews, and friends.

Alice Faye had two sisters and one brother that preceded her in death: Esther Lee Roberts, Juanita Louise Coleman, and Rotheria Sowell.

Many thanks to my family and friends. You tried to make me comfortable in every way. Your telephone calls, cards, and food meant so much to me. Everyone who knew me, knew I liked good food.

Remember life goes on. Go enjoy some good food and Zydeco in my honor.

I Love You All!

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Tyrone Stamps, Active Pallbearer
  • Henry Smith, Active Pallbearer
  • James Hooper, Active Pallbearer
  • Troy Finner, Active Pallbearer
  • Rayfield Jordan, Active Pallbearer
  • Porter Thomas, Active Pallbearer

Services

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, April 7, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Wednesday, April 7, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Wednesday, April 7, 2021

Memories

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Lewis Walker

April 7, 2021

Alice Faye Sowell was the type of person that always made you feel a part of the family. From the time I met her as an adult she was so very welcoming. I will miss her and remember her fondly. To the family Mildred and I send our prayers. Love you all very much.

LaShawn Grant

April 7, 2021

I can not tell you what a blessing your mom has been to my mom. I am thankful and grateful for her love, care and concern she showed my mom. She had such a loving spirit and a wicked tongue! I love that about her...quick witted humor and honesty! She is having a party in heaven with beloved family and friends where the food is always on point!
- Rest In Perfect Peace!

KATRINA WHITAKER

April 7, 2021

I met Ms. Sowell back in the 1990s when we both worked at Harris County Sheriff's Office. Ms. Sowell, (whom we called 'Granny'), was a good coworker and an even better friend.. After her departure from HCSO we kept in contact. When my mother passed in the 1990s, Ms. Sowell was someone who I could always talk to and someone who gave me motherly advice, with a twist of course...lol. I will miss our talks and even your fussing...Im glad that I got a chance to visit and pray for you in you final days.. I'm grateful to have known you and I will forever cherish our memories..
Wishing the family peace and comfort...

Rest peacefully Ms. Sowell💖

LAWONA ANDREWS

April 7, 2021

I will truly miss Auntie she was so loving to me when my mom past away, she checked on me gave me strength prayed with me and for me, she stepped in to fill a void and help me grow for that I will be forever grateful. I will pray for you guys because your mom was truly special.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY