Zenobia Marie Lowe Williams was born on June 19, 1966, in Little Rock, Arkansas to her parents, Dr. Sylvia D. Lowe and Kenneth C. Lowe. She was the first born in the family. She was raised surrounded by the love of her sister, Sheilah. As a child, she was curious, loved reading books, and is remembered as climbing on top of the roof to wave at people passing by.
Zenobia received her formal education in Denver, Colorado, where she graduated from Montebello High School in 1984. She furthered her education by attending The University of Kentucky. She enlisted in the United States Navy. While serving her country, she was awarded numerous awards and citations to include, the Navy Meritorious Commendation Award, a Navy Service Medallion, a National Defense Service Medal, a Global Terrorism Service Medal, just to name a few. She was able to travel to Naples, Italy, Iceland, Barcelona and many other places both foreign and domestic. She was a part of the Military Police. She served with honor and distinction and was honorable discharged after twenty years of faithful and dedicated service.
After her discharge, Zenobia worked in Security. She was employed by Allied National Security Service and Allied Universal Security. She was hard-working, dedicated, and performed her duties with a spirit of excellence.
A woman of faith and belief in the Lord, Zenobia joined Union Baptist Church in Denver, Colorado under the pastoral leadership of the late Reverend A.L Bowman.
Zenobia was a fun-loving woman, who enjoyed life and those she encircled. In her free time, she enjoyed collecting M&Ms, watching movies, shopping, and traveling. Her closest friends, Kendra Peoples, Valmy Hartarz, Jennie Gough, and Monica Polk will miss the many comraderies they shared together and the fact that she was a true and trusted friend. She will be missed by all who were fortunate enough to have known this kind and wonderful lady who had a beautiful smile, and enjoyed making others laugh. To know Zenobia was to love her.
Zenobia Marie Lowe Williams departed this life to the embrace of the Lord on March 26, 2022, in Tempe, Arizona. Those left to cherish her memory and mourn her loss include her mother, Dr. Sylvia D. Lowe; her sister, Sheilah R. (Vernettea) Chapman Lowe all of Denver, Colorado; her aunt, Marsha Morgan; her nieces, Renee Lashell (Thomas) Pearson and her daughter, Amari L. Pearson, Kezia Adon Isral, and her children, Genesis Isral and Abragail Isral and her nephew, Thelor G. Lowe; her cousin, Thomas Lockhart, III, and a host of other relatives and many friends.