Gary Jonathan Lowe
January 26, 1962  -  August 16, 2017

Gary Jonathan Lowe



I served in the Army.

Gary Jonathan Lowe, 55, of Stratford, passed away on Wednesday, August 16, 2017. Services will be held at a later date in Missouri. Arrangements are entrusted to Morrison Funeral Directors.

Gary was born on January 26, 1962 in Boyne City, Michigan to Albert and Adrienne (Calkins) Lowe. He grew up in Michigan where he graduated from Leeper High School. After high school, Gary enlisted in the United States Army where he would put his sharpshooting to use as a sniper. Gary was a contractor who could fix or build just about anything. He had beautifully restored the house that he and Rebecca lived in and the couple was set to move to Missouri and retire to another house he had restored. Gary also had the voice of an angel and sang in a church quartet. He was of Christian faith.

He was preceded in death by his parents and brother Marc Lowe.

Gary is survived by his wife Rebecca of the home; sister in law: Vicki Hayes and husband Brad of Rolla, MO; brother in law: Preston Hemphill and wife Sherry of Pawhuska, OK; sisters: Beth Wickson and Cindi Lowe, both of Michigan; several nieces and a nephew.

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  1. Dolly and Dexter Wilson
    Amarillo, TX

    Rebecca--what a huge blessing you and Gary have been to many people. We will always love you both and be grateful to have known you. You two had a wonderful marriage. Gary was amazingly talented and able to build or repair anything. So thankful that Gary was a Christian and that he is with our precious Lord and Savior. Life on earth is so short, but eternity is forever.

  2. Bobby and Karla Edmond
    Baird, TX

    Our hearts ache for you again. You and all the family are in our prayers

  3. Robert & Linda Young
    Ute Park, NM

    So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  4. Rosa Gomez
    Stratford, TX

    I am so sorry for your loss

  5. Cindy & David Jackson
    Stratford, TX

    Taken to sooon, will never be forgotten.

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