TIMOTHY ROYAL LOWE
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LOWE, Timothy Royal Age 32, of Wellesley, passed away on March 29th. Beloved son of Cynthia Lowe of Natick and Russell Lowe of Wellesley. Brother of Christopher and his wife Caitlyn of NC. Father of Kaya of CO. Nephew of Rick and Elizabeth Lowe of Magnolia and Doug and Pam Lowe of RI. He graduated from Wellesley High School in 2007 and received a B.A. from Western N.E. College. He loved sports and had a smile that would light up a room. Funeral Services were private. Donations in Tim's memory can be made to the Wellesley Hills Congregational Church, 207 Washington Street, Wellesley, MA 02481 or to a charity of one's choice.

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Published in Boston Globe from Apr. 4 to Apr. 5, 2021.
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April 14, 2021
I don’t really know where to begin. Tim and I have been friends my entire life. From play group, to Bates, through WMS and WHS, our Church Confirmation trip to DC (sorry Cindy, I know we made that one difficult), to Top Gun lacrosse camp and the 06 State Championship, tricker-treating with Russ and my father, CYO basket ball (where Timmy sometimes did a little “hot dogging”). I could go on forever. It is impossible to think of my childhood or Wellesley without thinking of Tim—he was probably my oldest and best friend. We seemed to intuitively understand what each other were thinking and always be on the same page. While we had not seen each other in some years, Tim and I always stayed in contact, and no matter how long it had been, we always picked up where we left off. Tim was a generous, ambitious, and amiable guy. He definitely loved his daughter and valued family. He could make “it” happen in the face of opposition and in high pressure. He could be down, but not out. He was and optimist and a fighter. He had gratitude for his blessings and aspired to make a better life for those in his orbit. When I think of Tim I cannot help but smile. While he is not here in person, Timmys spirit will live on with me forever. He will be remembered. My dog
Wills
Friend
April 14, 2021
I don’t really know where to begin. Tim and I have been friends my entire life. From play group, to Bates, through WMS and WHS, our Church Confirmation trip to DC (sorry Cindy, I know we made that one difficult), to Top Gun lacrosse camp and the 06 State Championship, tricker-treating with Russ and my father, CYO basket ball (where Timmy sometimes did a little “hot dogging”). I could go on forever. It is impossible to think of my childhood or Wellesley without thinking of Tim—he was probably my oldest and best friend. We seemed to intuitively understand what each other were thinking and always be on the same page. While we had not seen each other in some years, Tim and I always stayed in contact, and no matter how long it had been, we always picked up where we left off. Tim was a generous, ambitious, and amiable guy. He definitely loved his daughter and valued family. He could make “it” happen in the face of opposition and in high pressure. He could be down, but not out. He was and optimist and a fighter. He had gratitude his blessings and aspired to make a better life for those in his orbit. When I think of Tim I cannot help but smile. While he is not here in person, Timmys spirit will live on with me forever. He will be remembered. My dog
Wills
Friend
April 8, 2021
I first met Tim while he was a freshman at Quinnipiac, and he had more positive energy flowing off him than any other person I had ever met. Throughout our fourteen year friendship, Tim countlessly and unknowingly checked in on me at some of my lowest points. He was always ready for an adventure and knew how to be a great friend when you needed one most. I know he treasured his daughter and she was his world. Thanks for all the memories. Rest in paradise T Lo - Eamo
Eamonn Byrne
Friend
April 8, 2021
I first met Tim while he was a freshman at Quinnipiac, and he had more positive energy flowing off him than any other person I had ever met. Throughout our fourteen year friendship, Tim countlessly and unknowingly checked in on me at some of my lowest points. He was always ready for an adventure and knew how to be a great friend when you needed one most. I know he treasured his daughter and she was his world. Thanks for all the memories. Rest in paradise T Lo - Eamo
Friend
April 8, 2021
Tim was the best friend I could have asked for the mose kind and caring friend do anything to help anyone.. I met him during a very dark place in my life if it wasn't for Tim I probably wouldn't be here he was the best friend anyone could ask for.. it was all so wonderful father and would do anything for his daughter... His friendship and kindness and generosity will be missed forever... I just wish I could have been there for him I tried my best I can't stop crying I don't know what else to say miss you buddy
Matthew Hoskins
Friend
April 7, 2021
Mr. and Mrs. Lowe,

I am so sorry to hear of Tim’s passing. There are so many amazing memories I have of Tim that will be with me always.
Keeping your family in my prayers.
Kristen Gigliotti
Friend
April 7, 2021
Dear Cindy and Russell, So very sorry to hear of Tim’s passing... May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief. Sending prayers
Kristina Brown
Friend
April 7, 2021
Dear Cindy and Russell, So very sorry to hear of Tim’s passing... May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief. Sending prayers
Kristina Brown
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April 5, 2021
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April 5, 2021
Mr. and Mrs. Lowe and Chris,

I'm so sorry to hear about Timmy. We had many great times together on Northgate Road when we were growing up. This news is devastating. All my best to the entire family. I'll always remember Tim as a great friend.

With love,
Hunter Perry
Hunter Perry
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April 5, 2021
Dear Cindi,
So very sorry to read of your son's passing. You are certainly in my thoughts and prayers.
Susan Gannon
Friend
April 4, 2021
Russell and Cindy, May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief. So sorry to hear of Tim's passing. Thought and prayers to your family.
Joyce (Lyons) Pike
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