Lola Anne Rowley (Barlow) passed away early in the morning March 4, 2023, at 81 years old. Lola was born October 9, 1941, to Richard and Lola Rowley in San Fernando California. She was married in the Salt Lake Temple to Neldon Jay Barlow in 1964.
Lola was very active in her church and served in various important callings. She worked as an elementary school teacher and wedding coordinator at a reception center.
Lola had polio as a child which led to many health issues later in life, but she didn't let it stop her from hosting parties, doing crafts and floral arrangements. She loved to travel with her husband and spend time with family and friends.
Lola always had a sunny disposition and a positive attitude and never said an unkind word.
Lola always served her family, friends and church gladly with a smile. She earned her angel wings on earth living a Christ like life. She is a great example to her friends and family and will be sorely missed.
Lola is survived by her six sisters and one brother, her four children, ten grandchildren and three great grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at the LDS meeting house at 13112 S. 700 E. Draper, UT. 84020 on Thursday, March 9 at 11:00 am. The viewing will begin at 10am. Lola will be laid to rest in the Bluffdale City Cemetery.
For those unable to attend the service in person, the family invites you to join via Zoom at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86061409705. A free Zoom account is required and you will need to sign in to join the service.
My condolences to all my Rowley cousins.
She will be missed and forever LOVED!!!
Her smile always touched my heart.
Love Peggy how
We are so sorry to hear of Lola's passing. We have some great memories of her and her children when they lived in Bluffdale. She was a great friend and neighbor. She will be greatly missed. We loved her.
IWe were so sad to hear of the passing of Lola Anne. Words seem meaningless but we just wanted you to know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers. Our heart aches for all of you and we wish you peace and strength and the comfort of our Heavenly Father.
We are so sad to hear the news. We loved having Lola visit our office. She always brightened our day with her sweet spirit. We are sending comfort to her family after this loss.
Lola was a dear friend. We shared countless memories throughout many years of friendship. I loved her and she will be truly missed.
We are so sorry to see another special cousin pass away. Our thoughts and prayer are with all of your family. So sorry we could not attend the funeral, but my husband is requiring full time care at this time. which makes travel impossible. We will miss Lola Anne but know she is having a happy reunion with her Mon and Dad. Love, Gail & Maralea
We will miss you, Lola. You are more like family than just a friend. Rest now and we’ll see you later.
Barlow Family: I was sorry to hear about the passing of Lola. I was blessed to know her for many years here in Bluffdale 1st Ward. She was always cheerful and kind and made everyone feel loved. I was able to visit with her a few minutes at another funeral here in Bluffdale a year or so ago. We missed your family when you moved.
May wonderful memories sustain you, and may you find comfort in knowing such a special person as Lola can never be forgotten and will be greatly missed!