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Phyllis Ann (Rowan) O'Brien
April 8, 1948 ~ January 14, 2024 (age 75) 75 Years Old
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Phyllis Ann Rowan-O'Brien, a beloved soul, entered this world on April 8, 1948, in the heart of Muskogee, Oklahoma. Born to Jessie Wayne Rowan and Pansy Lorene Thouvenel-Rowan, she was destined to leave an indelible mark on the lives she touched. Sadly, on January 14, 2024, in North Richland Hills, Texas, Phyllis bid farewell to her earthly journey.
Family was the cornerstone of Phyllis's existence. Her devotion to her husband, Michael O'Brien, was unwavering. She found profound joy and purpose in the laughter of her grandchildren and the innocence of her great-grandchildren. Their gatherings were adorned with love, creating timeless memories that will forever echo in the hearts of those she leaves behind.
Beyond the warmth of familial bonds, Phyllis embraced various passions that colored her life. A nimble hand at crochet, she wove intricate patterns that mirrored the intricacies of her own experiences. The pages of Christian books were a sanctuary for her spirit, providing solace and inspiration. Her family loved to eat all the delicious treats that she baked in her kitchen with love and affection.
In the tapestry of her existence, Phyllis was a testament to love, resilience, and a zest for life. Her legacy is not just the sum of years but the richness of the moments she shared with those fortunate enough to know her.
To honor and celebrate Phyllis’s life, a funeral service will be held at Beacon Baptist Church on January 23, 2024, at 2 PM. As we gather to remember, let us reflect on the love she bestowed and the impact she made, ensuring that her spirit lives on in the hearts of all who knew her.