Gary Lowell Remembered

Gary Lowell, A dear friend to many people.
A kind, loving and caring person that everyone could learn from.

Obituary:
Gary Michael Lowell lost a 5 month battle with Mantel Cel Lymphoma at the young age of 63.  He passed away on April 27, 2017 at his Chino Valley home where he resided since 1999.  He was born and raised in San Diego, CA March 3rd, 1954 to Gordon Bennett Lowell (South Windham, Maine) and Anne Mary Arduin (Lowell) (Caspain, Michigan).  Both his parents and brother Russell Raymond Lowell preceded him in death.


He is survived by:  Catherine Pauline (Lowell) Neuber and "like a brother" Paul Neuber of Benson, AZ along with his brother Fred James Lowell whom resides in New Port Richie, FL.  Gary recently married his longtime girlfriend of 9 years, Susan Kolenda on April 24, 2017.  As a Christian, he is now with his Lord and Savior in Heaven. 

Gary joined the NAVY in 1972 and retired after 20 years.  He reached the rank/grade of E7 / MRC.  After that he installed satellite systems for about 10 years in the tri-city area for Pegasus Satellite.  Cowboy Gary loved "wrangling" horses and owned many through the years.  He was a volunteer with Back Country Horsemen,  Freeman Farms Pumpkin Festival, EquiStar Horse Shows, Gary Gang's Ranch, and The Arizona Driving & Carriage Society.  He competed in shooting at Prescott Action Shooters/ Yavapai Recreational League and competed with his American Saddlebred mare Spritzer at local driving events and shows.  His other hobbies included felling trees for firewood, horse camping, trail riding, constructing over 150 model kit cars / kit engines and Jeep 4 wheel driving around Arizona with Susan.

He was a man of integrity, loved by many and greatly missed.  Rest in Peace.
 
    
 
  
 
 
 
    
 
  It has been my true honor to know Gary Lowell and he was also the best employee a person could ever hope for.
We spent many hours together during those days doing service calls, and I have enjoyed his company, wisdom and insight.
Very few men had the integrity that this man possessed.

I very much hope that he has his rightful place in heaven as he so truly deserves among the honorable and cherished.
(And I asked him to say "Hi" to John Denver when he gets there.)

With all my heart and love that a friend can offer, with my deepest and utmost respect, I salute you Gary Lowell.
   
  - Raymond Storla      

 

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