Dear Friends and Family of Jimmy Lowe,
This blog is dedicated to our dear friend Jimmy Lowe. We are sad to have such a page, but blessed to have had such a wonderful friend in our lives. I will be updating this page often and I hope to make this a place for everyone who loved him, to share their happy memories, thoughts and prayers to one another. We invite all who knew him to share a memory, a story, something special.
We have all been touched by the life of this very special and talented man. And his memory will forever glow in our hearts.
We will be adding stories of our own, but for now, I would like to share Jimmy's obituary, as posted in the Times Herald-Record. For other pictures, blogs and postings related to Jimmy, please visit myspace: http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=111793888
Thank you to everyone, for your continued support and prayers. More to come...
Here is a copy of Jimmy's obituary. (Thank you to Stephanie for finding and posting this originally). There will also be an obituary and service for Jimmy here in Fairbanks, I am told within the next few weeks. Thank you to all of our friends and family who have offered such support during this time. Please continue to pray for Jimmy's family and his wonderful children, Jake and Maisey.
Jimmy, our dear friend, you will be missed and loved more than words can say.
James G. "Jimmy" Lowe Houston, TX
James G. Lowe of Houston, TX, formerly of Montgomery and Fairbanks, Alaska, died Saturday, January 12, 2008 in Pine Bush. He was 37.
The son of James M. Lowe and Marie M. Megginson VanDusen, he was born June 15, 1970 in Fairbanks, Alaska.
Jim was a business analyst for Global Companies out of Waltham, MA and formerly a police officer in Fairbanks, Alaska.
Survivors include his mother & father Marie and Robert VanDusen of Pine Bush, Father Ret. Police Lt. Jim M. Lowe and his wife Nancy of Fairbanks, Alaska; daughter Maisey Maire Lowe; son Jake Roderick Lowe both of Fairbanks, Alaska; former wife Michelle Lowe of Fairbanks, Alaska; sister Rachel Lowe and her husband Ken Piddington; nephew Gehrig Piddington of Houston, TX; brother Jordan VanDusen and fiancee Maggie Gallagher of Pine Bush, NY; close friends Allison Rutter of Phoenix, AZ and Matt Rector of NYC; as well as his beloved K9 partner, Keva.
Jimmy was a well-respected and loved member of all the communities of which he was a part, responsible for spear-heading the Canine Unit and former Chief of the Volunteer Fire Department in Fairbanks, AK. He was an accomplished musician and artist, and will be remembered for his humorous personality and love of people.
Friends are invited to visit at his parents' home on Friday, January 18 from 4-8 p.m., 195 Drexel Dr., Pine Bush, NY. The family requests visitors bring a memory or memento of Jimmy for the children's memory book.
Memorial contributions may be made for his children to the custodial account for Maisey & Jake Lowe, P.O. Box 10824, Fairbanks, AK 99710. Cards would be warmly received for the children at the above address as well.
Cremation will be in Cedar Hill Cemetery in Newburgh, NY.Arrangements were made by Millspaugh Funeral Directors. 845-561-8300
Published in the Times Herald-Record on 1/17/2008.