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Kennith Lowery

Rochester, Minnesota

Apr 11, 1950 – Feb 1, 2018


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National Cremation Society Minneapolis Obituary

Well here I sit, about to write the hardest summary I have ever had the pleasure/displeasure of writing. If my Paw Paw were still here, I would've called him and he would've asked me "How are your wings?" and I would've responded "Strangely strong, thanks to you." It is an...

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Kenneth was one of my favorite childhood friends. He was part of our Pembroke Rolla-Rena family and we all loved him very much. He was my skating partner and we were quite good at one time. If I missed a step, he always had my back and would just lift me through the turn. He was very athletic and light on his feet for a big man.
I was very proud of Kenneth and what he had accomplished in his life. He made such an impact on everyone he met, and left this world a better place. He did...

You will be missed Uncle Ken. Love you!

My Condolences to the Lowery families and my neighbor, Dinah Fields.

This man leaves quite a legacy of being a caring husband, a joy-filled father, a passionate sportsman, a strong faith in Christ, and I'm seeing now what a mentor he has been to many people. I'm sorry for my friend Tanuel that you have to go through the loss of one of the great men in your life. I know he lives on through you and your sister and the generations to come! So happy he got to be a grand pawpaw to Haakon for his early life. He was so full of love!

So sorry to hear of Ken's passing. I had the honor of serving with him at Minot and receiving his sage advice from time to time. He will remain in my thoughts and prayers.

He was a great man, he will be missed. Give Chris a big hug for me, mesha, tanuel, and Leslie y'all are in my prayers.

Thank you Ken. You made a huge difference to a young Lieutenant at Minot AFB in 1992. I have thought of your impact and our conversations many times since. Blessings brother and may your memory and time here on this earth continue to shower those around you with encouragement and love. Well done brother....well done.

So sorry for your loss, be comforted in knowing you will see him again. He was like a giant teddy bear!! He will be missed.