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David N. Lowe

Died: 2018-02-03
Resided in: Middleton, MA
Viewing type: Funeral Services
Viewing location: Christ the Redeemer Anglican Church 188 Elliott Street Danvers, Mass The service will be held at 10:30AM
Viewing date: 2018-02-17 10:30am Services
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Service date: 2018-02-17 10:30am Services
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Christ the Redeemer Anglican Church 188 Elliott Street Danvers, Mass The service will be held at 10:30AM

Luncheon to follow at: Danversport 161 Elliott Street Danvers, Mass. (Across from the church)

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made “In Memory of David Lowe.” All donations will be solely used to fund a camper scholarship for a child to attend the summer camp for diabetes education.

Barton Center for Diabetes Education, Inc. 30 Ennis Road P.O. Box 356 North Oxford, MA 01537

Or, on line at: bartoncenter.org



Obituary: David Norman Lowe passed away suddenly on Saturday February 3, 2018. He was the husband of twenty-three years of Georgie Esposito Lowe and the beloved father of Felicia Annette Lowe.

David was born in Bristol, Tennessee, on January 6, 1956, son of the late Helen Turner Lowe and Nathan W. Lowe. He is survived by his brothers Robert A. Lowe (Linda); Darryl G. Lowe (Pamela); Nathan W. Lowe, Jr. (Pat Buckles); sister Carol Ann Lowe and beloved nieces and nephews.

David graduated from East Tennessee State. He began his career at Dillard Paper Company and continued a successful career in wholesale distribution. David was raised in Bristol, Tennessee, and lived with his wife in Knoxville, Tennessee, and Florida, before settling in the Boston area.

David loved music and taught himself to play the guitar. He was a talented musician with a beautiful tenor voice that would light up a room. He loved vintage cars, motorcycles and long rides on his Harley Davidson Road King. In his early years, he spent time working in his father’s machine shop in Tennessee and was a natural at fixing anything mechanical.

David lived every day with passion and brought that enthusiasm to his family and workplace.

He was a true Southern gentleman, beloved father, husband and friend. He was most happy playing his guitar surrounded by his family and best friend, his dog, Ozzie.

A memorial service will be held at Christ the Redeemer Anglican Church at 188 Elliott Street, Danvers, Massachusetts, on February 17, 2018 at 10:30 AM. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made “In Memory of David N. Lowe” to the Barton Center for Diabetes Education, Inc. The funds will be solely used to fund a camper scholarship for a child to attend the summer camp for diabetes education. A donation may be made by mail at: Barton Center for Diabetes Education, Inc., 30 Ennis Road, P.O. Box 356, North Oxford, MA 01537, or on line at: bartoncenter.org.

ONLINE CONDOLENCES BELOW:

So sorry to hear about Dave. We were in the same office in Danvers for about two years and got to know each other well. I enjoyed our conversations, the laughs we shared and seeing his dog ozzie. I will miss him. God Bless, Bob Endicott
Georgie I am so sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers Curt
David was a kind, generous and loving spirit, and someone who valued his family above all else. He cherished you and Felicia. You and your family were all so lucky to have each other for the time you had together. We grieve for your loss and wish you and Fee strength and love in the coming months. Lean on us for support. Love, Shelly and Paul xxx
Georgia, I am saddened, you and your family are in my thoughts. Nance England
Dear Georgie and Felicia: No words are enough to compensate for your sorrow. David was a kind man and will be missed. I have both of you close to my heart. Love. JACKIE AND MAX
Georgie, Our hearts go out to you during this very difficult time . We cannot imagine what you are going through. Please know we are praying for you and the entire family. May time ease the pain as you hold his memory close to your heart. Love Val, Laura , Gessica, and Val III.
Words almost sound trivial now, but we want you to know how very dear David was to us. He brought you so much joy, and was a dedicated father to Felicia. We had so many wonderful times over the years. One of our most memorable was when we visited you in Florida, each of us with cute and rambunctious toddlers on our hands. Still another is when David lovingly planned your surprise 40th birthday party--you were glowing and very pregnant, and it was so much fun. He even tolerated our love for Madonna. So many beautiful moments and we will surely miss him. Much love, Susan, Andy & Brooke
Dear Georgi - We are so sorry to hear the tragic news about your husband. Our thoughts, love, and prayers are with you and your daughter and your family. Love, Shahid & Michele
My deepest sympathy for your loss of David. May you find comfort in your memories.
I sit hear crying I lost my boy from Tennessee I will cry inside everyday till we ride in Heaven together. RIP
Dear Georgie, So very sorry to hear of the tragic and untimely loss of your love and Felicia's dad. Not fair, not in your plans.....Though he is not here to sing, love, and grow old with you, I know you will feel his presence ever so near, a small consolation, I know. My heart goes out to you and all who were close to David. ❤️❤️❤️ Betsy Moss and family
Georgie, Words cannot mend the heartache and loss you are feeling. May the prayers of those who love you give you strength and comfort. My sincere sympathies to you and your family. Denise Petrin
Georgie, I just heard the terrible news. I am so sorry for your loss. While I did not know David, I am sure he was a great guy and will be terribly missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and Felicia. Dave O'Brien and Family
Dear Georgie, I was shocked to hear of the way-too-early passing of your husband. Please know that you and your daughter are in my thoughts and prayers. God bless you. Peter Searles
Georgie and Felicia. I was so shocked to hear of David’s death. We lovingly referred to him as Ozzie’s dad. We had many long talks about Felicia’s college plans and his desire to move to South Carolina. Miko and I will miss Ozzie and David’s talks. Prayers to you. Lauri mikos mom
David was a great friend and coworker at Dillard, so sorry for your loss. Allen Jones, Bristol.
Georgie and Felicia, We were deeply saddened to learn about Dave's passing. He was a great man who had an amazing spirit. He was always so happy to share his love of guitar, music, and motorcycles. We have many memories that we will cherish forever. He loved you and his precious Felicia so much. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Tony, Lisa & Anthony Mastromattei

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