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R. Lowe webRaymond Lowe, of Mora, formerly of Henriette, passed away on Sunday, March 1, 2015 at St. Clare’s Living Community in Mora.  He was 95 years old.

FUNERAL SERVICE will be held at 11:00 am on Saturday, March 7, 2015 at the Akkerman Ingebrand Chapel in Mora

VISITATION will be held one hour prior to the service at the chapel.

Raymond Victor Lowe, of Mora, formerly of Henriette, passed away on Sunday, March 1, 2015 at St. Clare’s Living Community in Mora.  He was 95 years old.

Ray was born on November 20, 1919 in Wright, Minnesota to parents George and Olga (Berg) Lowe.  Ray was united in marriage to Martha Hines and they were blessed with two children.

Ray loved the outdoors whether it was working the farm, camping and fishing, mowing the lawn, or simply sitting and enjoying the fresh air and sunshine.  Ray kept himself busy with the farm and always seemed to be tinkering with something.  Ray will be remembered for his witty sense of humor and his love for joking with his family and friends.  He will be deeply missed.

Ray is preceded in death by his parents, wife Martha, and 13 brothers and sisters.

He is survived by his children, Marie (Duane) Field of Farmington and Lester Lowe of Henriette; grandchildren, Ellen Field, Eileen Field, Bill (Tiffani) Field, Matthew (Rachel Davis) Field, and Elaine Field; great grandchildren, Andy, Brittani, Austin, and Sady; many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

A Funeral service was held on Saturday, March 7, 2015 at the Akkerman Ingebrand Chapel in Mora with Mike Norton officiating. A spring inurnment will be in the Henriette Cemetery.


7 thoughts on “RAYMOND V. LOWE”

  1. I will miss Ray, he was the highlight to my days at work. He teased me and gave me hugs all the time, he was such a big teddy bear inside. He really became a close friend to me and I will always remember him.

  2. My thought and prayers go out to Marie and Lester on the loss of their father. Ray was a very much a big part of my life, as was his wife Martha. Its sad to see ones dear to you pass. I will never forget Ray and Martha, and the great times we all had as neighbors and friends in Henriette. RIP Ray, and again my deepest sympathy to Marie and Lester.

  3. Raymond, many memories will always be present as we reflect back on the wonderful things you did with your life and for others. I personally will never forget your enthusiasm for the family gathering together as demonstrated by your attendance for the first large Lowe family reunion that took place in Brainerd, Minnesota on September 2, 2012. Then again, as another family reunion was planned for July 5th, 2015, you would always ask what is being planned and where will it all happen. It was always evident that your heart was where it should be and that was with family. I personally will also remember many times when you would be asked by my dad (your younger brother) to help out financially with needs such as your parents grave stone etc., you were always willing to be a part in making sure things happened. Your laughter, humor and even though life was not easy, you just kept looking forward to better times. Prayers, thoughts and past memories will not be lost as to your family, your two children, grandchildren and friends. For me, you were the last of 14 siblings and a big whole has now closed through your passing. It is also my prayer that we will see you again throughout eternity, where no more pain or death will happen and until then, you will be able to find rest – see ya later Raymond in a better time and place.

    The Marie and Lester and Raymond’s grandchildren, me and my family want to extend our deepest sorrow for your loss and may each of you stay connected with Raymond’s family and may you find time to reflect back on all the memories he has left you with as you continue your own journey in life. Take care each of you!

  4. RIP Uncle Ray wish I could have known you better. You being the brother of my grandfather Arthur and things Ive been told of you. I truly wish I could have known you more personally. I’m glad I met and spoke with you at the family reunion it was an honor sir !!!! My condolences to the entire family. GOD BLESS !!

    Brad Lowe

  5. Dear uncle Ray family, it was so good to see each one of you. I haven’t see s lot of you in years.
    Uncle Ray will truly be missed. The last uncle we had we will have no more uncles on this earth.
    May our chains never be unbroken may we stay in touch always. Life is so short. And with some life is really short I enjoyed talking with each one of you. May Hod richly bless all our families. If not on this earth may we see each other in Heaven

  6. We,are sad that the last person from the the Lowe/Berg family has passed.We pray for Marie and Lester during their time of sadness and we hope to see uncle Ray in the life here after. We miss you uncle Ray and are sad that you are not able to be with us during our family reunion that you desperately wanted to be a part of. God bless your family and we will see you in the life here after.

  7. I loved Ray telling me, “It’s my birthday. I’m 94 years old, every day I wake up it’s my birthday!” Well, Ray, you made it to 95! You said you would. Now you’re celebrating the last birth day: birth into everlasting life! I’ll miss you!

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