I have been thinking a lot about you lately, Billy. Your birthday is tomorrow, and it pains me to think that you were 11 months away from reaching one of your goals of living to be 80. I sit in my classroom at work, and I think about all the stories I missed out on telling you at Sunday poker games. I knew you would have loved to see me walk the college stage, start my "big girl" job at the high school, and so much more. I still have a hard time believing you are no longer here. I look at some of your pictures and think about how unreal your passing was. One of my favorite memories was sitting on your old comfortable couch, staring at the poor fish that needed his tank cleaned, and talking about what I plan to do with my life and my 'new boyfriend.'" You always were blunt, Billy Boy, and I will never forget you or your lady, "Marcellie." Rest easy, and I will see you on the other side. I love you, Old Man Billy.
Billy, what can I say. You were a larger than life character with a larger than life personality. I will always remember your hearty laugh and sense of humor. You will be missed.
Lorraine & Mark McMillin.
To the family of Billy Lowe, My prayers are with you. Thanks Marci for letting me know of your loss. Billy and I served in Vietnam together,(1970) he was a funny guy. GOD BLESS! Bobby Leach
The Headrick Family in Greeneville, TN sends sympathy to the Family..
We will never forget Billy Joe...
So sorry for your loss, our thoughts and prayers are with you... Billy Joe was our cousin and we will miss him. Love you..
Beulah Headrick Sizemore and Brenda Headrick Sexton..