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Kacey Rae Bowers

05/01/1978 - 01/28/2021
Service Date: 02/13/2021
Service Time: 10:00 AM
Service Location: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints- 6942 East Brown Road, Mesa, AZ 85207

Kacey Rae Bowers, 42, passed away January 28, 2021 in the loving company of her son Lorenzo Bowers, 20, her parents Donetta and Russell Bowers and members of her beloved family. Born and raised in Mesa, Arizona, Kacey had an active family upbringing and attended the Mesa public schools where she showed notable scholastic and athletic achievement. A fiery competitor Kacey attended Yavapai College where she competed on the Rough Riders volleyball team. Kacey had a varied professional career, but repeatedly spoke of her most important achievements being after receiving her master’s degree in Professional Counseling, working with populations with challenging needs within our communities. Kacey connected with people in trouble. She was able to empathize and lead them to change. With community support, she provided grooming and clothing needs for her clients. “Kacey’s Kloset” was a place in her facility with upgraded clothing and grooming opportunities. She loved seeing progress with her clients in every positive way. This was so satisfying to her.

Kacey is survived by her son and parents as well as six siblings and nineteen nieces and nephews.

Services will be held at the Salt River Stake Center, 6942 East Brown Road, Mesa, AZ 85207 on Saturday, February 13, 2021 at 10:00 AM. Visitation for family and friends – 9:00 AM at the same location.


  • Beautiful obituary for an extraordinary woman. I love Kacey and her passion for the things she cares most about. She will be missed so much because we love her so much❤️

  • Forrest & Annie Quesenberry

    There are no words for such an unimaginable loss. You are all in our thoughts/prayers/heart.
    Please know we are here for you and I’m thinking of you all the time.

  • Kris Randall Hart

    Dearest Bower family,
    My heart aches for your loss. I loved Kacey’s obituary and the many worthwhile things she was involved with. What a beautiful mother, daughter and sister. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
    Sympathy and Love, Kris

  • Karen and Jerry Johnson

    Dear Rusty and Donetta; (and siblings)
    Our hearts are so heavy for you both. Unfortunately we do have some understanding of what you are feeling and going through as we lost our daughter, Kimberly 13 years ago. We just KNOW that our children should not be passing on before us. Please know that you and your choice family are in our thoughts and prayers and I promise that “time” does blunt the pain, although it never quite leaves. I wish we were closer in proximity and could visit in person – at least to give you both our love and condolences in person. Blessings to you both and your dear family, Karen and Jerry

  • I love your sweet family and I am praying for Lorenzo and y’all.. im so TRULY sorry for your loss. I recall her saying she had a pretty good life and was ready to go last time we talked at kristys and moms house. Love y’all. May Heavenly Father give you peace at this hard time.

  • May our Lord & Savior hold you tightly for now you are safe at home. Kacey, you changed many lives for the better & I’ll miss your laugh & positive attitude. Until we meet again.

  • My deepest sympathy at the passing of your dear child, Kacey.

  • Jenny Van Noy Downs

    What a beautiful tribute for beautiful Kacey.
    I’m sad to hear of her passing. I love your family and give you all my deepest condolences and love. I shared what was probably my last memory of her with Brye.
    I pray her son feels her confort and guidance in his life.

  • Ronald Kaleookalani Enos

    I will always remember the the huge loving laugh and concern for others. She was a champion for the needs of others and care greatly for those who need help. I have learned to love her for these wonderful qualities. The future is clear and her life with Heavenly Father will be busy. God bless her son, parents, and sibilants. I love all of you.

  • Cathi Hendershott

    Let me tell you about your dear girl! I just love Kacey! She loved you guys and her sweet big boy Lorenzo with such passion, she would tell me the best stories about her growing up and we would laugh and laugh! She had the funnest memories ever!! And she appreciated and was so grateful for all you did for her ,,
    She loved the people she served and had a special place in her heart for the Native American people she was helping , she would tear up when telling me how hard this last dumb year with COVID was, she was struggling because she wasn’t able to help like she wanted! She has the biggest heart I’ve seen!
    Kacey loved our Lord, she was praying and looking forward to the second coming, she was not afraid, she was excited to meet her big brother Jesus,. I know He has her wrapped in his arms right now,..
    A few weeks ago I texted her to see if she wanted to meet for lunch , when I didn’t hear back , I wondered if she was in the hospital again,,. I’m so so sorry I didn’t just come over to your house and check on her, she has been in my prayers regularly and she will always be in my heart!!
    Please let me know what I can do for you guys ,
    Love , Cathi

  • Claudia and Cheryl Green

    We pray for the Lord’s Spirit to be with your entire family at this sad time, with our deepest sympathy.

  • May the peace of our Savior rest in all of your hearts at this time. She is safely home and welcomed joyfully though she is gone too soon. Her great zest for life will live on in the hearts of who she loved and served.
    Love always,
    Dianne Lowther Lanier

  • Lorenzo, I loved every second that I got to spend with your mom. She loved going to Cardinals games and I always was excited when she wanted to go. When we would talk on the phone, she always updated me on what was going on in your life with so much happiness and pride.

    Mr and Mrs Bowers, I ask God to be with you, Lorenzo, and your family during this time.

  • My heart goes out to Kacey’s family and friends.
    Losing someone we love to death can be very overwhelming. What’s helped my family deal with such loss is the comfort found in the Scriptures. Particularly the promise of a future reunion with our loved ones here on Earth where death, pain, and sickness will no longer threaten any of us. Eze 37:13, 14, Ps 37:11 2 Per 3:13, Rev 21:3,4
    I hope that you can find some peace and encouragement for the future with these promises. My thoughts are with your family.

  • Dr. Jannah Scitt

    On Behalf of the African American Christian Clergy Coalition, we send our sincere condolences. May the God of all comfort be with Speaker Bowers’ family during this difficult time.

  • Mr. Bowers, I was so moved by your testimony yesterday that I wanted to send you, your wife and your entire family my heartfelt condolences. Reading about Kacey was an honor – what a caring and special person. May she Rest In Peace.

    I hope you, your wife and your family also can finally move forward with only love and kindness from this world. I am so sorry that your lives have been disrupted as a result of you doing the right thing, while others have been led to do such immeasurable harm. You have so much to be proud of – thank you for being a great man and an actual American hero.

    With gratitude and love,

  • Just heard about Kacey today. 22JUN22. I am so sorry she died at such a young age. I am 81yo, a black person and a Democrat but I am first a Christian and an American. and care about all people. May she rest in peace .

  • I did not know Kacey had passed until you testified yesterday. I’m so sorry! You’re whole family has always meant very much to me. May God bless Kacey and her son.

  • Fellow Americans Bolstered by Your Courage and Spirit

    Dear Mr. Bowers, Yesterday, your dignity, honesty, and patriotism gave us hope and reminded us that, with brave people like you, the America we love so much does still exist. We pray that the eloquent and moving entry you read from your private journal will inspire others to have the courage to come forward and join you in doing what is right. A great leader doesn’t tell us what we want to hear; he or she must tell us what we need to hear. You did that, and we thank for leading by example. We are so sorry you were honoring our Constitution and Democracy at the same time you and your family were dealing with personal loss. Our sincere condolences to all of you. Yesterday, your testimony gave us hope. Thank you for all of it.
    God bless you and your family, and God Bless America.
    Rafi and Kim

  • Mary Ann Zulawinski

    Hearing your heartbreak, yesterday, at the Jan. 6th hearings, has placed you, your wife Donetta, your daughter Kacey, your grandson Lorenzo, and all your family members, on my daily prayer list. My sincere wishes for peace to you and yours.

  • Joelle Brouner

    Dear Bowers Family,
    Your daughter, sister, and mother saw beauty and potential in others. She chose to love and be of service, Your pain is humbling.

    As an American, a Christian, and someone who doesn’t have much politically in common with you, I am so saddened and disgusted that as your family faced such a time of consequence and loss, you were protested by bullies at your home.

    With sympathy.

  • I echo the comments above about your integrity and conscience, Kacey’s father. May more of us remember how little we know of the private family lives of our government leaders. Before we are political, we are all human beings under God. Sympathy to all the Bowers family on the loss of beautiful Kacey.

  • I wanted to give my condolences for this beatiful mother, daughter, and your beloved family member. Wow, when I saw her picture with her son – she looks just like me and mine! So gorgeous, both of them. And I’m so proud of your Dad, Kacey. He stood up for what’s right and I know you were and are proud of him too. May you live on through your son, precious angel! Hugs from up North!

  • Anyone who heard your testimony the other day, received a lesson in what a person of faith should do when confronted with a moral decision. You are a good and decent man, and history will remember and honor your legacy, especially when moral courage is the subject. Nothing anybody can say helps with the pain of losing a child, and sadly your loss and your family’s loss happened in the midst of a political controversy like no other. Millions of people you will never even know, care and are praying for you.

  • Miriyam Gevirtz

    Dear Mr. and Mrs. Bowers and Kacey’s son, I have only just heard of your daughter’s and mother’s death through watching the extraordinary January 6 hearings and listening to Mr. Bowers’ testimony. The great love he has for his family and the Constitution shined. May her memory be for a blessing always. I am so sorry for her and your loss.

  • As I listened to your testimony and heard you speak of your faith, the basic foundation of your beliefs, what you and your family were personally experiencing and your beautiful daughter, Kasey’s, illness; I was struck by your strength, your courage and your honesty. You are an inspiration and I sincerely hope that others, much younger than I, heard you speak and hopefully may have recognized the calm in the manner in which you spoke. You are a leader, Mr. Bowers, a man of strong values and you made a difference in my life.
    I wish you, your wife, and Kasey’s son inner peace and a lifetime of happy memories to share. Thank you.

  • My husband and I are so sorry for your loss.
    Especially during such a horrific time.
    You and your wife and family are truly in our prayers.
    We are so very proud of you.
    God bless you!
    Po1 retired Tony and Michele Mapp

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