Debra Lowe Greene

debra greene

May 14, 1957 ~ May 23, 2021

Born in: Buncombe County, NC
Resided in: Asheville, NC

Debra Ann Lowe Greene, 64, went to be with the Lord on Sunday, May 23, 2021.

Debra was born May 14, 1957, in Asheville to Betty Sue Grooms Lowe and the late John Mark Lowe, Sr. She was a graduate of Reynolds High School and had worked as a loan officer, most recently at City Financial.

She attended and was dedicated to The Bridge of Asheville and had a servant’s heart. She adored her family and lived for being with her daughter and grandkids. She was a loyal friend and a dedicated daughter to her parents. Debra enjoyed going to the movies and helping her daughter sell jewelry.

In addition to her mother, she is survived by her daughter, Angela Brown; four grandchildren, Kayla Swann, Moriah Hope Greene, Josiah Brown and Dylan Brown; a sister, Denise Taylor (Fred) and a brother, John Mark Lowe, Jr. (Lori).
The funeral service will be at 2:00 p.m. Friday at the Biltmore Church of God with Pastors Nathan Moss, Caleb Moss, Dale Whitson and Charles Coxie officiating. Burial will follow at Green Hills Cemetery.

The family will receive friends at the church 90 minutes prior to the service.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the family to assist with expenses.


Funeral Home Assisting The Family:

Groce Funeral Home - Patton Ave.
1401 Patton Ave.
Asheville, NC 28806


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  1. mama I love you so much and will miss you every day! Thank you for being there for me and the kids always! You are my light and my best friend!

  2. I love you so much. You would always listen to my problems and give the best advice and I don’t know what I will do without them. I will miss you.

  3. Debra, I can’t believe that you are really gone. We have been friends for so many years, and you will be truly missed. I have some of the best memories of you and I, that I will forever hold in my heart… Till we meet again, enjoy this splendors of heaven, and know that you were loved by many.

  4. I love you so much, the movie theater will never be the same without your smiling face and loving spirit. I’m sure you are having the time of your life in heaven right now.

  5. Debra, you are gone from view this side of heaven, but in our minds eye we can see you and in our hearts we feel your laughter, funny side of life, but we also see and have seen the caring ways you always had for others. I can see you in my memories of when you and Pam and Lynn were close. You would come home with us on Sundays to visit with Pam. So many memories, so many good times. Your presence will certainly be missed by all that knew you. We are thankful that your are not suffering any more and that you are with Jesus in Heaven and seeing your Dad and other members of your family. (too many to list) That is why heaven is so much sweeter to a Christian, we have so many loved ones and Jesus to be with once more. Till we hear that midnight cry, Debra.

  6. To my crazy, awesome, fun loving friend!! Fly High!

    Much love to Angie, Hope, Kayla and Josiah. In my thoughts and prayers 🙏

  7. Debra,was a wonderful neighbor and friend! I miss seeing you sitting on your porch with your little dog. Us yelling from my house to yours about our day. I have found myself looking that way in the past few days hoping to see you. I know you are enjoying your new home kneeling at the feet of Jesus or you may be sitting by the river of life with your feet in the cool water!! Whatever you are doing i know is Amazing. Miss and Love you my friend, see you soon!!! Love Mary Hensley

  8. Debra it is still so hard to believe you are gone it just don’t seem are going to be greatly miss so were such a great friend that was right here for me when I needed help after surgery and all the great fun days we got to spend together you taking me shopping and out to eat because you knew that with my anxiety I never get to go do all those fun things I will cherish Ever great moment we spent together and thank God for putting such a great caring friend in my life .I love you my sweet sister and one day I will see you again.

  9. I’ll miss you driving down the driveway and your beautiful waves to my girls and I. I’ll definitely miss how you always made me feel safe knowing that you lived right behind us, and seeing you waking your cute little dog. I’ll miss seeing you spending time with your family. You were always so sweet and kind to us, the world definitely lost a good soul. I know you’re in a better place, but not seeing you makes me and everyone else sad. I’ll definitely miss watching you and Angie online. We love you and thank you for being such a wonderful person, Love the Skelton family.

  10. You will be missed. I had the pleasure of knowing you via Facebook. I saw your loving heart. How much you cared for those around and your love for God. I will miss seeing your smile on facebook but it’s eched in my heart. My daughter and I will miss you.

  11. Although we never met in person, I felt as though we had been friends for years.ay we meet again on God’s golden shores. Love.

  12. Going to miss you Debra. Had some good times at grandma Grooms. Love and prayers for the family

  13. Debra you will be missed until we meet again. So many good times to remember. Oh how I can hear your request for people that were sick. You were a caring friend and one I will hold dear to my heart forever. Our loss but HEAVENS gain. RIP MY FRIEND

  14. I know you’re dancing around the King’s throne well of body right now, and enjoying the peace and contentment of Heaven. But, you’re sorely missed here, and I’ll miss my dependable Mary Kay lady. Rest In Peace, my sweet friend.

  15. I will miss this beautiful, kind lady so much. Love and condolences to Angie and the rest of her family.❤️

  16. Debra, How am I going to make it without you? You were always my Best Friend. We have had a beautiful friendship for many years. We’ve been through good times and bad times. I always knew that you were there for me. I have so many wonderful memories to hold on to. I rejoice in the fact that you are with our Heavenly Father, but I still miss you so very much. I am praying for Angie and all of your family that God will grant them a special peace to be able to get through the days ahead.

  17. We are so sorry for your loss. I know each of you will miss Debra, but glad her suffering is over. Love Linda & Jerry Howard

  18. Debra I have never been as proud of anyone as I have you. You faced this battle with the grace and courage of a mighty Lioness. Never a word about pain, or a why me? Telling everyone else not to worry that you were ok. Your last 38 days on this earth should be an inspiration to everyone of us. I was sitting on your front porch with Lucky today and I thought I am not even worthy to be on this porch. I can see you now smiling at Jesus, I think he needed a warrior. I love you more than you could have known and I will miss you for the rest of my life, every moment of every day. I love you. Your Aunt Joan.

  19. Deb we had so many good times at ballgames and events Angie and Jeff had. RIP my friend I know you still cheering for your friends and family you will be missed❤️

  20. Debra was one of my blessings my work life…it was wonderful working with a believer in Christ.
    She was most excellent in all she did. Her testimony of the power of prayer will always be foremost in my memories of her. I am so grateful to have known her. What an example we all have in her

  21. Debra I will miss our chats on your porch.
    God speed to you my friend.
    You are in the best of hands and care now
    no more pain or suffering.My prayers to your family. Sue McCreary

  22. Mrs. Debra was such a kind and caring person and truly loves each and every one of her family and friends. I am certain she will be looking after each of you from above. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Much love ❤️ Make all your wishes come true for Debra. She wants you to!!!

  23. Angie, Hope, and family my thoughts and prayers are with you during this time. I pray for comfort and healing in the days ahead. Your ADT family loves you.

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