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D’Juana Monique Davillier Fowler

March 11, 1981 – January 14, 2021

D’Juana “Dee” Monique Davillier Fowler 1981-2021

D’Juana was born in Houston, TX on March 11, 1981. She graduated from Central High School in 1999 and continued on to receive a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree from Lamar University. 

Dee was married to Cleon Fowler on October 29, 2016, they were married for 5 years. 

Dee worked at Southeast Texas Regional Planning commission for over 10 years. Respected and admired Dee shared her kind and giving heart in her leadership role at the SETRPC and throughout the community. In addition to her inspirational service career and commitment to her family, she pursued a busy second career as a community volunteer. Dee exemplified all attributes of an authentic servant leader – consideration, motivation, and the ability to impart her passion for what she does with others. As a Transportation Program Manager and community advocate, Dee was known for her desire to improve the lives of her clients and community, as well as her passion for reaching out to help individuals in need. Additionally, she pursued a second career as the owner of Labor of Love Essentials and work hard to build her brand and promote a natural healthy lifestyle.  

Dee’s active involvement and hands-on efforts have impacted many endeavors, including her church, Peaceful Rest Baptist Church; Meals on Wheels, The Art Museum of Southeast Texas and she was a devoted member of the “I Have A Dream” program. The recipient of numerous awards, Dee has been recognized repeatedly for her dedication of time and talent to several local charitable organizations. Dee, who always found ways to enrich the lives of others and especially the underserved populations, continues to motivate and encourage us as we celebrate her life.  

Dee is preceded in death by her father Owen Davillier, her brothers Owen Davillier Jr. & David Davillier, and sister Hazel Davillier. Dee is survived by her Husband Cleon Fowler, mother Lottie Davillier, Daughter Cynthia Julian, godchild Dorian Tillery, Sisters Katy Davillier, Rachel Melonson, Jennifer Trevino, Brother Keith Davillier, nieces, nephews, cousins, and a host of family and friends. 

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