ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Ellis Lowe, 92, born on October 21, 1923 and passed away on April 19, 2016. We will remember him forever.

Thank you for visiting our father's memorial page.

It has only been a week since Ellis left us. So the sting of his departure is quite fresh in our minds. Please feel free to share a story or quip about Ellis so that we may once again feel the joy and lightheartedness of his sweet presence.

"Dad, we miss your sweet smile and kindness. Being with you always warms our hearts and comforts our soul. We will miss you so very much.

Much love,

Your family"

Posted by Cissy Quan on May 17, 2016
Josie and Family,
Tiger, though I don't know you, I can tell you are so very much loved and treasured by your loved ones, your abundance of descendants and friends. The beautiful pictures displaying your lovely life, fond memories and tributes of family and friends are all so heart warming. You must be smiling in heaven and saying, "I had a good life"! You are indeed blessed for being a good servant of God. You will be with the Lord in the new heaven and new earth, where there will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain.
Posted by Diana Rhodes-Fisch on May 10, 2016
Josie & Family,
This is a beautiful tribute to your father and you are blessed to have shared such wonderful memories with your loved ones. May all these memories comfort you and your family during this difficult time.
Posted by Chris Baeta on May 9, 2016
Josie and family, I'll always remember the many times we spent at your house. I guess it was early high school. The brothers were young boys and your mom and dad such loving parents, both with such beautiful smiles. Your parents, such a handsome couple. Those were great times.
My love goes out to you and your family, all blessed with a new generation of Ellis and Jane Lowe's descendents.
Posted by Audrey Dawn on May 9, 2016
Josie and Family, Please accept my deepest heartfelt condolences. The photos tell a loving story. Take care, Audrey

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Posted by Cissy Quan on May 17, 2016
Josie and Family,
Tiger, though I don't know you, I can tell you are so very much loved and treasured by your loved ones, your abundance of descendants and friends. The beautiful pictures displaying your lovely life, fond memories and tributes of family and friends are all so heart warming. You must be smiling in heaven and saying, "I had a good life"! You are indeed blessed for being a good servant of God. You will be with the Lord in the new heaven and new earth, where there will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain.
Posted by Diana Rhodes-Fisch on May 10, 2016
Josie & Family,
This is a beautiful tribute to your father and you are blessed to have shared such wonderful memories with your loved ones. May all these memories comfort you and your family during this difficult time.
Posted by Chris Baeta on May 9, 2016
Josie and family, I'll always remember the many times we spent at your house. I guess it was early high school. The brothers were young boys and your mom and dad such loving parents, both with such beautiful smiles. Your parents, such a handsome couple. Those were great times.
My love goes out to you and your family, all blessed with a new generation of Ellis and Jane Lowe's descendents.
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WWII Platoon buddies surrounding you

Shared by Josie Wong on November 8, 2016

Just posted a picture of your WWII platoon buddies surrounding you. 

Stationed as a radio communications operator in Europe WWII (Tiger Sergeant with his platoon buddies.) Because he was shortest, 5'4", but possessed a can-do feisty spirit, his platoon nick-named him "Tiger."

He seldom talked about his time under the skies of Normandy but did mention his humorous experience on guard duty one night on a lonely and quiet French countryside and his solemn experience of walking through 
http://www.kz-gedenkstaette-dachau.de/ 
after the war ended. He saw the results of hatred toward the Jews. I miss his company but I still have wonderful memories that make my heart full. 

This Veterans Day this Friday will be extra special as I review your WWII photos and know that you were popular with your platoon friends. Playing and fighting side by side. Wow.

Best friend Wayne Hall

Shared by Josie Wong on September 9, 2016