Dear Dianne and Family,
Belinda and I are saddened with the news of Lowell's passing. We know he endured many hardships regarding his health. Walt Lacey kept us and other members of the Discovery Class at Ridgedale updated each week. We also know that you have endured a lot as you were by Lowell's side each day. May God give you peace and strength in the days that lie ahead.
With Deepest Sympathy,
Rick and Belinda Glenn
Discovery Class - Ridgedale Baptist
Dear Dianne, It was very sad news when I heard that Lowell had passed away. I have tons of fond memories of times that the two of us shared growing up. He was a great friend from 1st grade through High School.
I will be lifting you up to the Lord and asking for His peace to fill your heart. Tom Harper
Dear Dianne, I was so very sorry to hear of the loss of your husband, Lowell.
May God be with you and comfort you at this sad time.
With deepest sympathy, Billie Fauntleroy
Mrs. Dianne Anderson It sadden me to hear that Lowell had passed away. My dad worked with him at Atlanta Motor Lines. Dad also lost a battle with cancer. You were teaching when I was in High School although I was never in your class. I am praying for you. Donald Black son of Thomas Black.
Dianne, My heart is heavy for you and your family in the loss of Lowell. He was a classmate and dear friend throughout elementary and high school at Epworth and West Fannin. I'll always remember him as a very kind, smart, witty man. I am so glad I met you at our 50th class reunion and that I am able to remember that wonderful smile on Lowell's face! Wishing for you peace. Jackie Hartness Williams