|Birth: ||Feb. 8, 1992|
|Death: ||Feb. 1, 2007|
Destiny was a freshmen at Northview High School. She enjoyed hanging out with friends and spending time with her family. She was known for her sharp wit and personality. Destiny also enjoyed helping others. As her last gift she helped more than 70 people by being an organ and tissue donor. Destiny passed away at Riley Children’s Hospital in Indianapolis. She is survived by her mother and stepfather, Lisa and Phillip Walton, of Brazil. father, Ricky E. Owens; brother, Ricky E. Owens Jr. and fiancé Kristi Edens, sister, Amy Miller and husband Michael and niece, Kadence Miller all of Texas. Grandmother, Linda O'Neal of Brazil, step grandmother, Jean Brown of Kansas City, Kansas. and Bernice Walton of Harmony. aunts and uncles; Robert and Ginger Brown of Kansas City, Kansas; Bill and Cheri Walton, John and Kim Hillenburg of Brazil; Jeff and Laura Walton of Texas; Kenny and Cindy Walton of Kentucky. Larry Gene and Carolyn Owens of Texas; Kevin and Julia Watson of Iowa. Great aunt and son Geraldine and Charles " Chuck" Foster of Kansas City, Kansas, 21 cousins and 14 second cousins. A very special friend, Dane Coltharp, and numerous friends in Kansas City, Texas and Indiana.
FROM DESTINY'S MOM
"Destiny was one of those people that it was hard not to get along with. She was a very outgoing person and everyone loved her. Her blue eyes could reach into you and pull out your many secrets. Her smile and laugh could brighten up your whole day. Death is a tragedy, but life was brought to the families that Destiny helped. Destomu wanted to go to KU and become a pediatrician so that she could save the lives of children. At a young age Destiny lost her life, but when one life is lost another is given. Destiny we will never forget you, neither will the people you helped on your journey. Everyday we reminisce on all the things we missed. Tattoos and memories are all we have left like the ink in our flesh. Your memories will remain. Life will never be the same without you my loving daughter, Destiny Paige. Mom loves you and misses you so much."
Plot: East Side; Section: 2; Row 13
Maintained by: MEMORIES
Originally Created by: Sheila Stevens
Record added: Feb 03, 2007
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