Darcy Alice, 56, of Oroville died quietly in her sleep on March 22, 2021. Her unanticipated death was shocking to those that love her.
Though Darcy was wrestling with a slowly progressive form of Leukemia (CML), her abrupt and sudden passing came unexpectedly at this time.
Anyone that knew Darcy definitely has at least one memory of her that makes them smile or laugh. She worked hard at finding the good in people, places and things, where others could not. With her brilliant sense of humor, the tender parts of her heart and her brave candor Darcy gave comfort to many over the years which made her a true light, not to mention her golden hair and tan lines, which always lit up the room.
Have heart, that girl sure loved Sunshine and Silver linings.
Darcy’s children loved her and the lightness she could bring in on her shoulders so much that it was decided amongst them, that their babies would call her their Moon, for always. Moonie’s Grandbabies are undoubtedly the best of her treasures. In a life spent looking for pretty things.
Darcy is survived by her mother Penny Wood, her four children Chemere Bluford, Lex (Miranda) Harland, Brittany Walker and Arielle Walker, her sister Chastity Lowell-Deaner and her brother Jesse “Nace” Wood. Her soulmate and life partner Danny Walker and dear loyal friend, Kevin Robinson.
She was preceded in death by her father Daniel Ward Lowell, this past August.
Darcy’s life changed in a beautiful way when her first grandson, Anesh Johnson was born. It sweetened even more with each Grandchild that came after.
Moonie’s Babies (in no specific order), Anesh, Emerie, Avery, Kash, Braylen, James Jr., Justice, Jaiauni, Michael, Gianna, Mia, Ella, Ayden, Bobby, Jaxton, Nova, Phillip and soon to arrive, Baby “Lexi”.
Everyone is welcome to attend a Celebration of Life for Darcy on April 11, 2021 from 1-5pm at the Southside Community Center 2959 Lower Wyandotte Road Oroville, California 95966
The only colors Darcy ever saw were the bright ones in the rainbow. Please celebrate this beautiful outlook with us, by wearing Tie Dye and/or bright colors.