OBITUARY

Lorene Hall Rowe

April 15, 1930November 1, 2018

Lorene Hall Rowe, age 88, of San Angelo, Texas passed away on Thursday November 1, 2018. Lorene was born April 15, 1930 in Big Lake, Texas to Arch and Beulah Mae Hall. On February 3, 1949, she married the love of her life, Sonny Rowe. Together they had three children and were ranchers in Iraan and Junction, Texas. They were entrepreneurs and business owners. Lorene is preceded in death by her loving husband, Sonny. She is survived by her son, Wendell Rowe and wife Hope; son, Wesley Rowe and wife Martha; daughter, Sharon Geistmann and husband Don as well as numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Lorene was an avid and faithful Christian. She was a member of Green Meadow Church of Christ. Lorene was a world traveler and a special friend to many. A graveside service for Lorene will be held Saturday, November 3, 2018 at 10:00 AM at Johnson's Lawnhaven Memorial Gardens, 4989 FM Highway 1223, San Angelo, Texas 76905. The family would like to send a special thanks to her church family, Visiting Angels, and Kindred Hospice. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.johnsons-funeralhome.com for the Rowe family.

  • FAMILY

  • Arch Hall, Father
  • Beulah Mae Hall, Mother
  • Sonny Rowe, Husband
  • Wendell Rowe and wife Hope, Son
  • Wesley Rowe and wife Martha, Son
  • Sharon Geistmann and husband Don, Daughter
  • Mrs. Rowe also leaves behind numerous children and great-grandchildren to cherish her memory.

Services

  • Graveside Service Saturday, November 3, 2018
REMEMBERING

Lorene Hall Rowe

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Vircille Owens

November 3, 2018

Our hearts go out to you all in the tremendous loss of your mother. Our memories of your mom are so often linked with those of your dad. What a pair they were! Lorene supported & shared Sonny's dreams, working beside him wherever they were living. Her energy & hard work changed the landscape, as they ranched in West Texas, owned several successful businesses, & built & sold houses in San Angelo. You each know more than we possibly could, the worthy things your mom accomplished in her lifetime. Hopefully, these few words will bring to your hearts sweet memories of her.

In love, Vircille; David & Judy; in sweet memory, Bob; Clint & Starr; JoEllis & Rick

Judy Brown

November 3, 2018

My cousins,
David & I want you to know how much we loved Aunt Lorene! Summer days that my siblings & I spent at your house included great food, swimming in the tank & sleeping on the porch. Now I don't know how Aunt Lorene had time for extra kids! I still have the tablecloth she custom-made for our wedding. We will never forget Aunt Lorene or Uncle Sonny. From our hearts, David & Judy Brown