Steve Lowe

Steve Lowe, 52, of China Spring, passed away Saturday, March 15, 2014. Local funeral services will be held at 6:30pm, Wednesday, March 19th, at Lake Shore Funeral Home Chapel, 5201 Steinbeck Bend in Waco, with Rev. Jane Woodward of China Spring United Methodist Church officiating. The family will receive guests for visitation one hour prior to service. A second Funeral Service will take place at 2pm, Thursday, March 20, at First Christian Church, 201 S. Walnut St. in Albany, TX, with Rev. Dennis Patience officiating. Visitation in Albany will take place at the church prior to service time. Burial will follow at Albany Cemetery under the direction of Bailey Howard Funeral Home of Clyde. Thoughts and memories may be shared in the online Guest Book at www.LakeShoreFuneralHome.com.

Steve was born October 3, 1961 in Olney, Texas. In 1980, he graduated from Albany High School, and went on to work as a roughneck in the oil fields. Later, in the 90’s, during the Dessert Storm and Afghanistan wars, he began work as an Aviation Maintenance Heavy Structure and Modifications Mechanic for Northrop Grumman working on military air crafts. In 2003, he joined the team at L-3 Communications, where he also worked on military air crafts, until his illness in 2010.

Steve was very much a craftsman… he could create anything, ranging from mechanical devices, to intricate pieces of wood working. He was skilled with his hands, and loved creating custom cutting boards and furniture as gifts for others. Steve was a member of the Harley Owners Group, and took great pride in his Harley-Davidson Road King. His hobbies were motorcycle riding, listening to music, golf, and socializing with others. He was a loved husband and father, and he cherished his family greatly, as they did him.

He was preceded in death by his father, “Lefty”; and grandson, Peyton Simon.

He is survived by his loving wife, Jami Lowe, of China Spring; two sons Eric Rogillio and wife, Hanniah, of Lake Charles, LA, and Chris Stephens of Sheridan, AK; two daughters, Erin Rogillio of Lake Charles, LA, and Lauren Lowe of China Spring; 13 grandchildren, Heaven, Brian, Erica, Alvin, Anna, Abigail, Alex, Mason, Eric Zane, Eli, Alexis, and Hunter; one great-granddaughter, due to arrive in May; mother, Virginia Lowe of Albany; two brothers, Jay Ray Lowe and wife, Angela, of Graham, and Jim Tom Boland of Woodson; two sisters, Jimi Bates and husband, Don, of Graham, and Jeannie Herrington and husband, Mike, of Breckenridge; as well as numerous nieces, nephews, other family members, and friends.

Memorials in Steve’s honor can be made to China Spring United Methodist Nurture Team.

Facts
Born: October 3, 1961
Death: March 15, 2014

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  1. Love ya lots

  2. Jami I was so sorry to hear about Steve. He was a great guy and who can forget the “Tinman”. May God comfort you in your time of sorrow.

  3. You will be sorely missed! That was such a nice memorial video!

  4. Jamie, I’m very sorry to here about Steve. I will miss him. I have many good memories about him. Always had a smile, a laugh I can almost here it now. If everyone could be like him the world would be a better place. God bless. Robert, Christi, Samantha, Sarah.

  5. A great friend, a good man, we will miss you Steve but…. we will remember the good times, the fun and the trips. Keep the shinny side up, love, RP and DP

  6. Ride Free my friend. You leave a legacy of love.

  7. Eric (Red) Chambers

    Sorry to hear of Steve’s passing. Prayers are with you for now and the future. R.I.P., Steve.

  8. Steve I Will Miss You My Brother! Your In The Hands Of Our Lord Now!! No More Cancer And No More Worries!! See You Again Soon Bro!!

  9. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Steve was a great person and friend. Love Billy and Michele Taylor.

  10. Dear Jamie and family. We are very sad to hear that God has taken another Angel from earth to heaven. We love you and will miss you Steve we will always cherish the fun times we all had at the Family reunions ,always taking the kids out on your boat ,and just being the great man that you are make
    all our memories happy. We are very sorry that we cannot attend but know we are there in Spirit. What a beautiful picture just as we remember you smiling and happy. Love and Prayers John, Colette & Kyle.

  11. Jamie,
    You and your family will be in my prayers. God bless you and your family.

  12. My heart is burdened with sadness over the loss of Steve. He was a joy to work with and one of the best aircraft mechanics I knew. He will be greatly missed. I will pray for comfort and peace through this very difficult time Jami and if there is anything I can do please don’t hesitate to call me. Hugs.

  13. Steve was one of the kindest laid back individual’s that I had the pleasure of knowing. I know that Marc and I will never forget the Moss man. I know Steve is at peace now and may his family find peace as well.

  14. Jami – Our sweet Steve is in such a beautiful place – cancer free. He had such a quick wit and huor. Craisons will never be the same and will forever remind me of Steve. Loved his crooked smile!!! You were such a loyal, devoted, loving wife. I love your entire family. My thoughts and prayers are filled with warm thoughts of you and your family during this bittersweet time.
    Sharon Hammond, RN, MSN
    Providence Hospice RN Case Manager

  15. Vicky Villanueva

    Jami & family, Sorry to hear about Steve. It’s never easy. My prayers are with you and your family.

  16. You and your family are in my prayers.

  17. Jami and Family, so sorry to hear about Steve. May God give all of you strength to get through this sad occasion. Will be praying for all of you. Love you.

    Glenda & Family

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