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Shannon Lowery Racca

May 17, 1964 ~ January 9, 2016

Shannon Lowery Racca,51, of Sulphur passed away on January 9, 2016 in West Cal-Cam Hospital. She worked for West Cal-Cam Hospital for 30 years as a nurse and most recently as the Home Health Administrator. Shannon loved the Lord, and her church Victory Worship Center. She enjoyed fishing and spending time with her family and friends. Shannon also organized and maintained a ministry for the citizens of the Sulphur Retirement Community.

Shannon is survived by her husband of 4 years, Kenneth Racca of Sulphur; her daughter, Amanda Gayle Fontenot of Lake Charles; her step-son, Joseph Wayne Racca of Lake Charles; her mother, Janice Lowery of Carlyss; her sibling, Paul Lowery and wife, Lucretia of Corpus Christi, TX and Kaylon Oliver and husband David of Tomball, TX; her nieces and nephews, Tristen Lowery, Heavenly Lowery, David Oliver,III, and Roy Oliver. She was preceded in death by her father, Lauris Lowery.

Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, January 13, 2016 at 10 A.M. at Johnson and Robison Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Larry LaFleur officiating. Burial will be Mimosa Pines in Carlyss under the direction of Johnson and Robison Funeral Home. The family will receive friends on Tuesday, January 12, 2016 from 5-9 P.M. at Johnson and Robison Funeral Home with visitation continuing on Wednesday, January 13, 2016 at 8 A.M. until time of the service.

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  1. May the love and respect so many have had for Shannon,, provide some comfort for the families that share this loss. From the C. J. Lowery Family of Carlyss, Louisiana

  2. I met Shannon 10yrs ago when I first became employed at WCCH Home Health. She was the hardest worker I have ever met and was loved her work as a nurse. She was deeply devoted to her job. She was also a great friend. Her faith in God and love for the Lord was evident in her daily life. I will miss her dearly.

  3. I worked with Shannon for 5 years and am grateful for the opportunity. She was loyal to her patients, her position and her hospital. She certainly earned her place in Heaven. May we all take comfort in the wonderful person she was.

  4. Shannon was very dedicated to her job at WCCH Home Health . She will be missed by all that knew her. Rest in peace.

  5. So sad. Havent seen her in a while and just heard she was sick. Worked with her in her early days just starting at WCCH. So sweet. She will be greatly missed

  6. Shannon was such a blessing to everyone who knew her. She was a wonderful person. She showed great courage not just near the end, but throughout her life. She was thoughtful, she never complained, and was one of the most humble people anyone could know. She lived her life with her mind set on eternal things instead of worldly ones. She was a loving mother, sister, daughter, aunt, and friend. Shannon was a person who everyone could look up to and aspire to be like. She was a gift from God. He did some of His best work through her, and her kind and generous soul will never be forgotten.

  7. I was so very sorry to hear of Shannons passing. I had the honor of working with her many years ago at WCCH. She was so very sweet and caring towards her staff and the patients. She will be missed.

  8. May you find comfort from your fond memories. The Bible gives us comfort when it assures us that soon all causes of suffering will end and mankind can enjoy life forever in perfect health. (Pslams 37:11,29; Revelation 21:3,4; John 17:3) Please accept my sincere heartfelt condolences. For more encouragement, please go to jw.org.


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