Leland W. Lowell

Bucksport And Skowhegan, Maine


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Charlie and Carol Sorry to hear for the passing of your Dad I will always remember the time I did Crafts and served him at RMH I miss him so

To The Lowell Family
I use to work at the Redington Memorial Home I have some fod memories of Leland he loved my oil paintings I did and he would tell me about his childhood while we worked on a puzzle. he loved his family and friends. may his candle always shine bright

Dear Lowell Family,
I first met Lee at Elm Street Congregational Church many years ago. He was a wonderful man. He will be missed by many. May God wrap His love around all of you during your time of sorrow, and help to ease the pain in your hearts.

Charlie and Carol: sorry to hear of the loss of your dad. I have prior commitments so will not be able to attend his service. I would love to reconnect with you, give me a call at 207-478-8157. God bless, Frank Hatch

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Leland was one of the good ones. God bless and keep you.

The kindest, gentlest of gentlemen,Organizer of the kids games at our wonderful family reunions. So many memories of happy family gatherings at the Mattsons and Branch Lake. I will miss you Uncle Lee!

Uncle Lee, You were my hero, a great uncle to all of your nieces and nephews and loving family man. You will be so missed, but your memories will be kept in my heart forever.


Leland's Obituaries

BUCKSPORT/SKOWHEGAN - Leland W. Lowell passed away at 94 years on Nov. 9, 2013 after a great life. Leland was married two times and widowed, first to Alice Josephine Bartlett for 27 years, and last to Frances Mocha for 23 years. Leland was born in Bucksport on Sept. 18, 1919. He was raised in...

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