Born November 28, 1928 in Ray City, Georgia.
Departed on December 5, 2020 in Melbourne, Florida
Louise R. Owens, 92, passed away in Melbourne, FL Saturday. She is survived by her four sons Donald (Mary), Kenneth (Sherrie), Roger (Cindy) and Hugh. She has four grandchildren and many great grandchildren. Her husband of 53 years, James D. Owens, preceded her to everlasting life on October 20, 2001.
A homemaker, she became an advanced life support emergency medical volunteer in 1968 with the Harbor City Volunteer Ambulance Squad, serving as President and rising to Squad Commander with state certifications in EMT and Paramedic specialties, saving countless lives as a 27-year volunteer with HCVAS until 1995.
A long-term member of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Melbourne, she was active in the altar guild and later in supporting church activities. She is fondly remembered by her friends and family. A celebration of her life will be at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 50 W. Strawbridge Avenue, Melbourne, on Saturday, December 12, 2020 at 11:00 am. Please consider donations in her memory for the purchase of a defibrillator to the Louise Owens Fund at holytrinitymelbourne.org
I have known Mrs. Owens for about 40 years now. She is one of the strongest and dedicated women I know. She gave all she had to being an EMT, a wife, and a mother to her boys. She was a very sweet lady and always treated me with love and respect.
Mrs. Owens is the mother of my sisters husband Donald Owens.
She will be missed by me and her family. She is in heaven with our Lord Jesus Christ. Don and Mary you both can take comfort in knowing that God has probably already put her to work. She is a worker bee and can't stay down for long.
God Bless you both and your family. I love you all. You all are in my heart and prayers.
Mrs. Terri Mercier
I have known Mrs. Owems and her family for a very long time. She is the mother of my sisters husband Don Owen's. I admired her so much for the work she did as an EMT, a wife to her husband, and a mother to her boys and their families.
I will always remember her as a strong,, courageous and very lovely lady. She was always sweet to me and my family. I will miss her.
Don and Mary, it is a blessing knowing she loved Jesus, and has gone on to be with the Lord. May she rest in peace.
She was a worker bee, so I am sure Jesus already has her working on making a place for her family in heaven. God Bless you all and the family who loved her.
Louise was the kindest most gentle and loving soul I have ever had the chance to meet, she loved life and her family and loved taking care of others, she will be greatly missed! Rest in peace angel 🤧
Hugh, my condolences on the passing of your mom.
We love you dearly. We know you are at peace in the Lord's hands and that you are with dad now. You will live on forever in our hearts.