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Lonnie Lowery, ’64. 1946-2013

 

In Memory of

Lonnie Michael Lowery

 

April 12, 1946 - August 20, 2013

 

Lonnie Michael Lowery, 67, of Centerton, Ark., passed away at The Willard Walker Hospice House on Aug. 20, 2013.

 

The funeral service will be held at 2 o'clock on Aug. 23, 2013, at Roller Coffman Funeral Home in Marshall, Ark. Bro. Kirk Anderson of Decatur Assembly of God and Bro. Philip Clark of Marshall Assembly of God will be officiating.

 

Visitation will be held at 5-7 o'clock on Aug. 22, 2013, at Rollins Funeral Home in Rogers, Ark. Burial will follow the funeral at Marshall Memorial Gardens in Marshall, Ark.

 

Lonnie was born in Fullerton, Calif., on April 12, 1946. He graduated from high school and attended the Fullerton Junior College.

 

He also served in the United States Navy in 1965; his last duty assignment was on the USS Kersarge.

 

Lonnie was married to Sandra Lowery on March 26, 1994; they were happily married for 19 years. Lonnie worked as a sales employee for Lowe's for 15 years. He enjoyed spending time with his family, friends, and his dog, Maddie. His life time interest were surfing, camping, fishing and antique cars.

 

Lonnie is survived by wife, Sandra Eaton Lowery; grandchildren, Glen, Daniel, Allison and Conner Lowery of North Carolina, Cayanne and Makensey Earwood of Western Grove, Ark., Maci, Quincy and Emma Hawkins of Centerton, Ark.; his parents, Leo and Glenna Emielita of Bella Vista, Ark.; his son, Glen Lowery and wife, Joy, of North Carolina; daughters, Shawnette Earwood and husband, Mike, of Western Grove, Ark., and Alisha Hawkins and husband, Mike, of Centerton; and a host of other family and friends.

 

Lonnie is preceded in death by his father, Glendon A. Lowery, Nov. 8, 1983.

 

If anyone would like to make a donation in memory of Lonnie, please contribute to the Willard Walker Hospice House in Fayetteville, Ark.

 

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Paul Shepard, '64 on February 17, 2017 at 8:54 AM said:

I knew Lonnie better in our 5 - 6 grade years than thereafter, but always thought him an interesting soul. Not surprised he lived his later years in Arkansas.

May light perpetual shine upon him.

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