In Memory

Terry Lynn Lowe

Terry Lynn Lowe

Terry Lynn Lowe

13 May 1952 in Wichita, Kansas  - 11 May 2023 in Clermont, Florida


Terry L. Lowe, a 1970 Wichita High School West graduate, passed away on May 11, 2023, while in hospice care in Clermont, Florida. He had recently been diagnosed with ALS. He was a resident of The Villages, Florida.  Terry was born on May 13, 1952, in Wichita, to Kenneth and Maxine Lowe.  

Terry is dearly missed by his wife of 52 years, Barbara (Barb) Mendenhall Lowe, also of The Villages (and also a 1970 West High graduate). Terry is also survived by daughter Christine (Tom) Rhodes, granddaughter Stephanie (Casey) Peth, and great-grandson Oliver Peth, all of the Denver, Colorado area. He is also survived by his brother-at-heart, Gene (JR) Morgan (also a 1970 West High grad), his life-long best friend. 

Terry was a retired federal government employee, having worked for several government agencies in various capacities, beginning in Wichita, at McConnell AFB. He retired in 2007, after a 30-year federal career, as Facility Manager for the Defense Information Systems Agency.  

Terry and Barb moved to Florida in 2017 after spending 38 years in Aurora and Parker, Colorado.  He enjoyed fishing in the many lakes and ponds in The Villages, experiencing particular joy when fishing with great-grandson Ollie whenever he visited. Terry was a member of The Villages Woodworkers Club, where he mentored novice woodworkers. He also had a very well-equipped home woodshop, where he spent many happy hours.


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06/06/23 08:20 PM #1    

Gene Morgan

My brother-at-heart you will be greatly missed. I will always treasure our times together. From the first day we played together till the last day we set in your living room and talked and laughed about old times. You will always be in my heart, Love You Man.

Your best friend (and Brother), Gene (JR) Morgan

08/18/23 07:27 PM #2    

Jimmy Wayne Snyder

Terry was a great person! We were good friends at Stanley Elementary but went to different Junior High Schools. We talked off and on when I discovered the website and got his phone. He was still the same great guy I knew in 1959.

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