Barbara Lowe Vaughn

Barbara Lowe Vaughn


Services for Barbara Lowe Vaughn will be at 11:00a.m. in Garden of Memories on Saturday, March 28, 2020.


Sister Barbara Lowe Vaughn was born on January 13, 1949 to the union of Abe Lowe, Sr., and Ethel Jackson in Alexandria, LA. She was the last child of eight born to this union.


At a very early age, she was baptized in Mt. Pisgah Baptist church by the late Rev. Abe Lowe (“Reb”). There she sang in the Junior choir until she moved away to Los Angeles, CA at 16 years of age. Barbara attended schools in Alexandria and Los Angeles. She graduated from John C. Fremont High School in South Central LA in 1967. During her senior year of high school, she volunteered as a “Candy Striper” in the local hospital and continued her education to become a licensed practical nurse.


In 1973, Barbara was united in holy matrimony to Brice Vaughn, Hr. To this union one daughter, Tosha LaShea.

For many years, her nursing skills were used to earn wages to help support Barbara and her family.

Mrs. Vaughn, 71, of Alexandria, LA, passed away on March 2, 2020 at Clear Lake Regional Hospital, Webster, TX. Sis. Vaughn is preceded in death by her parents (Abe and Ethel), husband (Brice), four brothers (Abe, Jr., William, Freddie B., and J.D.) and one sister (Katheryn).


Barbara leaves to cherish her memories: daughter, Tosha Vaughn Howard (Victor), Houston, TX; grandsons, Colby Thomas and Caleb Howard, Houston, TX, brothers; Nathaniel Lowe (Barbara), Greensburg, LA, and McKinley Lowe (Arnette), of McDonough GA, and one very dear friend: Rebecca Lampkin of Houston, TX; along with numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, special neighbors, and friends.



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