James B. Lowry age 63, of Louisville, OH passed away April 26, 2019 following a brief illness. He was born April 12,1956 in Parkersburg, WV to the late Barbara (Paul) Nay and late William Lowry. Jim was known as a devoted father, grandfather and loyal friend. He enjoyed golfing, hunting and watching sports in his spare time. He was a longtime member of the Louisville Eagles and Edgewater Golf Course in Minerva. When he wasn’t with family and friends he was hard at work at both Kuttler Machine Inc. in Minerva and UPS in Canton.
He is survived by his daughters, Tiffany (Luke) Schmidt of Louisville, Stephanie Lowry (Alex Haines) of Akron and Brittany Lowry of Louisville; sister, Donna (Ed) Menne; grandchildren, Isabella, Dean and Payton; cousin, Rick (Marge) Cottrill and numerous nieces and nephews.
In addition to his parents, Jim is preceded in death by his sister, Helen (Paul) Akers and brother, Edward Lowry.
A celebration of life will be held Friday, May 3rd from 5-8 pm at the Louisville Eagles, 306 W. Main Street in Louisville. The family asks for friends and loved ones to bring your favorite memories and stories to share. Condolences can be shared with the family online at www.paqueletfalk.com.
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To the family of Jim Lowry. I am saddened to hear the loss of your dad. Jim was always a good friend to me and others at UPS he always knew how to make you smile, he will be greatly missed our prayers and thoughts are with you…
I’m so sorry to here about Jim I’ve known him for 20 plus years my fond memories are from Louisville jc s that he was very active in. Rip
Jim. Thanks for the kind things you did over the years I knew you at UPS. God bless you.
Jim was a very kind and giving person. He will be missed.
So many great memories ! Laughing so hard our sides hurt ! The camp out at Mohican , when Jim used too much gas on the fire and ended up trying to stomp it out , catching his foot on fire , than we used a blanket to put the foot fire out and the blanket caught on fire! We all escaped without injury! Only to wake up in the morning and finding the raccoons ate our food out of the cooler! Lol l think it was blueberries birthday when Jim and Larry did their singing debut ,after inhaling helium ! An unforgettable performance ! We shared a few tears too ! The most important sharing was Jesus our Savior! We know we will see Jim in heaven ! And have a lot of fun ! See you there Jim ! We love you !
So very sorry to learn of Jim’s passing!! I worked with Jim for many years at UPS and came to know him as a person who was a very hard, conscientious, and dedicated worker. Jim was also a loving father who was extremely proud of his daughters. I still remember the day when one of Jim’s daughters visited UPS ….after which he talked about how proud he was of her. All of us will truly miss Jim at UPS!!! Jimmy…..may you rest in peace…. And to Jim’s daughters……please know that your father loved you all very much and will be with you in spirit at all times.
I worked with jim at ups he was a good man rip