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LOWE, Twila —

It is with sadness that we announce the passing of Twila Lowe (September 10, 1921 - May 11, 2017). Twila was predeceased by her husband Walter and daughters Rosemary and Linda. She is survived by her son Robin (Lorna), son Jeffrey (Lyn), daughter Candace (Dick), daughter Mardi (Ed); as well as grandchildren Timothy, Steven, Philip, Rachael (Sarab), Andrew, Alex ( Jolene) and Miranda and great-grandchildren Owen, Silas and Merida. Twila took great joy in life and will be missed by all who knew her. A memorial will be arranged in Smithville, Ontario. Condolences can be sent to the family at

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Published in Toronto Star on May 13, 2017.
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May 18, 2017
Yours was a long and loving life, mom. We will always remember your lively interest in all our lives, and your constant interest in your grandchildren who are scattered all over the country. Full of life and laughter, your energy was contagious, and an inspiration to all. Rest in peace with much love.
Candace Isbell
May 15, 2017
Grandam Lowe - You are loved and missed in the physical world. Thanks for being a great grandmother!
Love Rachael
Rachael O'Meara
May 13, 2017
My Grandma Lowe (aka Twila) will be so missed!!! I enjoyed all our shared moments over my lifetime and I know you'll always be with me. Some of my fondest memories of you are: buying canned tuna almost every trip to Syracuse for 30+ years at a good price, you wine touring w/ us in 90+ degree heat for my 40th birthday only a few years ago, your fantastic coats and good taste in clothes, finding good deals, Boxing Day at your house for 20+ years, impromptu piano concerts on any one of your 4 pianos at home, stories of days long gone, and tales of your family/relatives that I now know thanks to you. Much love always, Rachael
Rachael O'Meara
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