Alisha Monique Stowe Peeler was born on October 25, 1976 in Conroe, Texas to John Stowe of Conroe and Joyce Lancaster of Dallas, Texas. Our Sweet Alisha passed away on January 21, 2006.
Alisha is preceded in death by her child, Baby Stowe, and Grandfather Tim Stowe. Alisha was a wonderful, caring, daughter and best friend to her father, John Stowe. John had raised Alisha the majority of her life and Adventurous should have been her middle name. She was always up for a challenge and loved new experiences from skydiving to snow tubing. She was extremely athletic and even submitted her application to Fear Factor and without a doubt she would have been a strong competitor. Alisha loved the outdoors and was blessed with a green thumb, she loved to garden. Alisha was an animal lover and has left behind her cats, Kirby of 15 years, Spot, Peaty, and Mooch, in addition to her cats she had a loyal friend in Sidney, her purebred wolf and birds which were always ready with a complimentary whistle when you walked into the room. Alisha was passionate about life, she valued the relationships that she had with her family, she held sacred her friendships and considered her friends to be merely an extension of her family. She was definitely a person you would want on your team.
Alisha attended Conroe High School later to pursue a career in Medical Administration. Alisha was always willing to help and would do anything for the ones she loved. She had an unforgettable presence when she walked into the room, she was her Daddys Beauty Queen. Our hearts ache that we no longer have her with us and we rejoice that God blessed us with 29 wonderful years.
Alisha is survived by her dad, John Stowe and his wife Linda; mother, Joyce Lancaster and husband Pat; grandparents, Opal Stowe, John and Catherine Lancaster; great aunt, Peggy Hazel and husband Buck; sisters, Angelica Hester, Christian Wilkerson, and Jessica Hebert; brothers, Specialist Lemual John Jon-Jon Stowe II (U.S. Army) and wife Darisleidy, Rickey Sawyer, Daniel Lancaster, Petty Office First Class Gary Buckaloo (U.S. Navy) and his wife Teresa, Sergeant Tad Johnson (U.S. Marine) and wife Michelle; aunts and uncles, Kathy Cataldit and husband Steve, Uncle Tom Stowe and wife Judy, Uncle Michael Elledge and wife Connie, Uncle Tim Stowe, Aunt Charlene and husband Kenny Oggle. Honorable mention of Emma Buckaloo, whom she called mom and many, many, many friends, beloved cousins, nieces and nephews which were all adored by her and special nephew, Hunter Dewayne Wilkerson. Pallbearers: Tom Stowe, Kenny Oggle, Rickey Sawyer, Kenny Smith, David Dale, George Portel, James Helton, and Tad Johnson.
Alisha was a very special granddaughter, devoted daughter, precious sister, committed friend, always encouraging others to: value those in your life and never take them for granted. Life is a precious gift to be treasured and Alisha will be missed immensely.
Visitation will be Thursday, January 26th, 2006 from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. in Cashner Funeral Home. Services will be held in Cashner Colonial Chapel on Friday, January 27th, 2006 at 10:00 a.m. with the Reverend Randy Weaver of Lone Star Cowboy Church of Montgomery, Texas officiating. Interment will follow in Garden Park Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be make to John Stowe benefiting the Alisha Stowe Peeler Fund established at Woodforest National Bank.