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Lane Owers

June 28, 1962 ~ March 25, 2020

Jennings

Private Funeral services for Mr. Lane Wesley Owers, 57, will be held on Sunday, March 29, 2020 in the Miguez Funeral Home Chapel in Jennings with Bro. Lindsey Burns officiating.

Burial will be in the Greenwood Cemetery under the direction of Miguez Funeral Home.

Mr. Owers passed away March 25, 2020, at 1:25 p.m. in the Carpenter House in Lafayette, LA.

Lane was born in Jennings, LA, June 28, 1962 to Howard and Frances P. Owers. Lane graduated from West Monroe Christian Academy. He also studied finance for 3 years at NLU (ULM). Lane worked for Acadian Ambulance for over 20 years. To many, he was the “face” of Acadian Ambulance. Lane was a deputy sheriff with Acadia Parish Sheriff’s Office and a volunteer with the Jennings Fire Department.

Lane loved spending time with the ones he loved. From an early age, he was always so caring, considerate and protective of his family. On Sundays he could be found eating lunch with those closest to him, a tradition that has been held since he was a child. As he matured and began to serve the community, he went above and beyond his job to assist anyone that he came into contact with. In his free time, Lane enjoyed taking road trip vacations with his family, grilling in the backyard, and most of all going on family crabbing trips in Cameron. He could often be found in his favorite recliner relaxing with one or two of his furry companions. Over the past couple of years, he enjoyed taking selfies with his group of four legged friends that he loved so dearly. The calls that his family received daily were a constant reminder of his loving presence, that will be missed dearly.

Survivors include his wife, Sonja Royer Owers; his son, Christian Owers (Robin) of Bossier City; his daughter, Brianna Owers of Jennings; his parents, Howard and Frances Owers of Jennings; his sister, Lisa Owers of Jennings; and his maternal grandmother, Bonnie Pitts of Jennings.

He was preceded in death by his maternal grandfather, “Pawpaw” Lester Pitts, Jr., his paternal grandparents “Papa” Eddis Owers and Willie Mae Owers.

Services

Burial: Sunday, March 29, 2020
12:00 am - 12:00 am

Greenwood Cemetery

Private Service: Sunday, March 29, 2020
12:00 am - 12:00 am

Miguez Funeral Home - Jennings

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  1. Lane was such a great guy! He was friendly, genuine, and caring. He loved God and his family so very much! I felt like I knew his children because he talked about them with such joy and pride! I am so sorry for your loss, Sonja and family. We are heartbroken. May God comfort, guide and heal you.

    Love always,
    Kimberly and Roxanne

  2. Sonja and Family:
    What a sad time for you. I was heartbroken to learn of Lane's death. May you experience God's comfort—-the comfort only He can give. May your memories bring you comfort also. We love you and are praying for all of you——especially for Ms. Bonnie who adored her grandson.

  3. I’m keeping you all in prayers. Lane will be extremely missed by so many people. He was such a blessing to everyone who crossed paths with him. I feel very honored to have known Lane, he taught me so much in my early days of my career, and I will forever remember the times we worked calls together. I will miss his famous “Hey Lady” when we talked on the phone. He was an amazing coworker, and friend. May God give your family comfort during this extremely hard time.

  4. One of the most genuine and all around nice guys I've ever had the pleasure of meeting. Every time he came to an ambulance station he would never leave without making sure we knew how much he appreciated everything we do. Heaven gained an absolute angel of a person. My thoughts and prayers go out to all family and friends.

  5. It was such an honor and privilege to know Lane. He was one of the nicest and most sincere men i have ever met in my EMS career. Heaven has gained a great one my thoughts and prayers for you and all the family

  6. I am so sorry for your loss he was a great man in case you are wondering who I am I used to be the animal control officer my prayers go out to your family

  7. Victor and I are holding each of you close in our hearts and thoughts.
    Because we love there will be tears. Because we laugh there will be memories. Because they lived there is still joy❤ Love Victor and Pam Cart

  8. Dear Sonja, We are so sorry to hear about Lane. Everytime we would meet, we would catch up about our families. He was a kind and good hearted person and will be missed by all. Our condolences and prayers for you, Christian & Breanna. Love, The Heberts

  9. My heart is broken over the loss of a great man. I will always remember Lane’a smile and laughter. Lane’s love for his family was evident. I will continue to pray for Sonja, Brianna, and Christian and the rest of Lanes family. May God wrap His arms around you and comfort you like only He can. Love y’all.

  10. Lane and I worked together many years ago and reconnected while he was at Acadian Ambulance and I was at Allen Parish Hospital. Such a dear man. Condolences to the family.

  11. Lane always had a smile that he always shared with everyone. He always went above and beyond on his job. He will be greatly missed.

  12. Keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers. Lane was a Great man with a big Smile on his face every time I saw him. He will be missed. God Bless

  13. My love to you all during this journey. Lane's love for the Lord was evident in all he did. My prayers continue to lift you up during this time of mourning and celebrating his life. He will be missed.

  14. I was so sorry to hear about Lane. I remember most his smile. He never met a stranger. He lived what he did and people saw it in him. I am so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you and your family.

  15. Lane and I were childhood buddies who attended Bethel Assembly of God church with our families. As life happens, we lost touch until recently after his surgery. It was good to see him again. Greatest comfort is knowing Lane is in Heaven with our creator. Always a first class guy…he will be so missed. Prayers for the family at this time.

  16. So very sad to hear of Lane’s passing. He truly was the face of Acadian in our area. I have know Lane for many years through my work at JALH and the JFD. He will be greatly missed by all he touched. Deepest sympathy to friends and family.

  17. We are keeping your family in our prayers. It was very evident how much Lane loved Sonja , Christian and Brianna. He cared about others in the same way. I will always remember long chats in Wal-Mart and him going out of his way to help the ladies at our church events. He will be greatly missed.

  18. My sincere condolences and prayers to Lane's family and many friends. I knew Lane from the Jennings Fire Department where I worked for the last 30 years. He was a kind and genuine man who always had a smile and a kind word. He will be missed terribly. Rest peacefully Lane, your work is done here.

  19. I was very sorry to hear about Lane. He was always so friendly, and always had a smile on his face. My condolences to the family in this terrible time.

  20. Lane was a good friend and had the privilege of working with a him as a medic with AASI and with us on the Jennings Fire Department. RIP,,,, You will be Missed..

  21. Howard, Francis, and family, I have such fond memories of Lane. He was so handsome and talented – one of my favorite students at ECA. Even when facing major changes in his life at that time, he was never a behavior problem like many others in that stage of life. His smile lit up any room. His parents instilled a love of God and faith, family and friends, and dedication and devotion to all who knew him. My prayers are being added to many others in the family's behalf to cope with this emotional challenge. As a mother who has stood in your shoes (having lost my only son too), I remind you that only God will sustain you in the days ahead. Janis McDonald (formerly Jan Graves).

  22. So very sad to hear of his passing. What a very strong and happy person. He always had a smile which will be missed.

  23. Sorry for your loss he was a good person always smiling and had a positive attitude he will be missed greatly

  24. I had the pleasure of serving with Lane as a fireman from Welsh. He always had a smile and kind word. You will be missed, my friend. Prayers for his family.

  25. We are sorry that we could not be there with you today but we want you to know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and the family.

  26. Lane was not only a coworker but a FRIEND to so many. I’m so grateful for the role model this man was to our community. He always had a smile on his face and a kind word to say. This was by far the hardest call I have ever ran but I’m glad the good lord put there to spend time with him. Until we meet again my friend, praying for peace for family.

  27. I am sorry that I could not be there with you, but I want you to know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and the family.

  28. Frances and Howard – Just wanted to say our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Remembering days long gone by when our children were younger and playing with each other as they visited their grandparents. Love, Suzie (Stockwell) and Dunham Smith Jr., Lafayette LA

  29. I just recently heard of Lanes’ passing. I offer my deepest sympathy to his family. Lane was one of the finest men I have ever met. It was an honor and pleasure to work with such a wonderful and caring man. He will be missed by all who knew him. God Bless the family. I will keep you in my prayers.


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