Jo E. Lowe (Sign Guestbook)

 

Jo Evelyn Hawk Lowe, age 76 of Knoxville, passed away on January 14th, 2018. She was of the Methodist faith, and loved the Smoky Mountains, running, and hiking. Jo was preceded in death by her parents, Joe and Gladys Hawk. She is survived by her husband of 52 years, L.D. Lowe; children, Chad Lowe and wife, Carolyn of Phoenix, AZ, and Lynsey Lowe of Nashville; grandchildren, Lauren Anderson, Cameron Lowe, Connor Lowe, and Catherine Lowe; brother in laws, Jerry Lowe and Douglas Lowe. In lieu of a memorial service, the family asks that her friends and family take a moment and reflect on memories with Jo. Donations can be made to the Humane Society of the Tennessee Valley, 6717 Kingston Pike Knoxville TN 37919. Gentry Griffey Funeral Chapel and Crematory is honored to serve the Lowe family and invites you to sign and view the family guestbook below.

 

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16 guestbook entries for “Jo E. Lowe”:

  1. R. Faust says:

    Lowe Family, my condolence to all of you. May your many memories of life with Jo bring you comfort to share with each other during this special time. May you also have the peace and comfort of our Heavenly Father Jehovah. 2 Corinthians 1:3,4

  2. Diana Green says:

    Love goes out to L.D., Chad and Lynsey. We lost a beautiful soul on Sunday. Knew and loved Jo for over 50 years. What a sweet friend she has always been. She will be badly missed..
    Diana Green

  3. Danny Stephens says:

    So sorry Uncle Butch. We love yall.

  4. Sherry Bates says:

    I’m so sorry for your loss.
    .

  5. Alex Kite says:

    Jo, you were like a second mother to me…. I will love and miss you ALWAYS! ❤💔❤
    I know you’re in a better place now. No more pain or suffering. Tell Dad and everyone else Hi……
    😢😭😭😢

  6. Louie and Andrea Lacy says:

    LD sorry to hear of Jo passing have enjoyed your friendship all these years.

  7. Pat Mazur Peters says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with the family. L.D I know you will miss Jo but she will forever live in your Heart.

  8. Bill & Pam Dudley says:

    Sorry for your Loss…. Prayers for the Family

  9. Randy Stafford Brown says:

    L.D, Jo was so precious , I truly loved our friendship. Do you remember how much fun we had planting Christmas trees? Raising our wonderful children, taking forever hikes, and popcorn and apples! Much love to you , my darling forever friend.

    Randy

  10. Philip E. Atchley says:

    Jo Evelyn was my “first babysitter”, being six years older than me. My parents shared a Knoxville home with Joe, Gladys and Jo Evelyn down on Grainger Street those many, many years ago. GOD’s Blessings on the family.

  11. Carroll Shetterly says:

    Jo Evelyn was a wonderful soul. Made music with her singing with the Tear Drops at Fulton High School in 1958 and 59. She was a beautiful Football Queen and Majorette. What a Beautiful person.

  12. Johnny Griffin says:

    So sorry for your loss Dayton. I know you all had a wonderful life together and that you have many memories to sustain you for the future. Jo is in a good place and is fine. Take care of yourself and reflect on all the good times.

  13. Patricia and Charles Sanders says:

    Friends since 1965.Wondered who had the heavy foot on second floor over our apartment at the Kitty Hawk apartments. It was tiny little former majorette, Jo. We will miss her forever,but we still have great memories.Love you LD.Our best to Chad and Lynsey and their families.

  14. Patricia and Charles Sanders says:

    Jo was always a lot of fun to be around, especially on our ski trips to Tennessee.She was also the first one on the dance floor when we went out.Patricia enjoyed our kids spending time at their pool with Lynsey and Chad.I can still see her eating popcorn and salad.Our love goes out to L.D.,chad and Lynsey.

  15. Gwyn Hanie says:

    My deepest sympathies to LD, Chad, Lynsey, and the grandchildren. So very difficult to grasp. Jo’s spirit and humor will also bring a smile to me,it always did…loved the friendship, the working together, and the hiking…she will be missed

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