Gregory Max Lowe

Gregory Max Lowe was born on October 13, 1950 in Casper Wyoming to Dorothy and Max Lowe. His older sister Janice Kell who currently resides in Knoxville, TN has fond memories of their childhood together.

He met Linda, his wife, at Kelly Walsh High School. They graduated in 1969, and three years later were married.

After a move to Colorado, they built a life together with their daughters Elisabeth and Lindsey. Their home in Westminster was always filled with lots of love, laughter (and a cat or two).

Greg liked to be busy and his professional life was interesting and varied. His different jobs included being a stagehand, a projectionist, and a sales person. His last position was probably his favorite – being a driver for Easy Ride where he assisted seniors in Broomfield.

In his downtime, he could be found in his woodworking shop, maintaining his beautiful yard, or watching sports (with a cat or two).

His five grandchildren, David, Ronan, Max, Calloway, and Annalise always looked forward to spending time with him. Along with Greg’s wife and daughters, they will remember his humor, intelligence and big heart.

On October 16, 2021 Greg passed away peacefully at home, surrounded by his family. He was laid to rest on October 20th, at the Lyons Cemetery.

Donations can be directed towards the local library or the Cat Care Society.

8 thoughts on “Gregory Max Lowe”

  1. Sending love to you all. Greg’s friendship was such a blessing to my dad and we will all miss him so incredibly.

  2. Greg had many great qualities. His quick wit and humor always put a ribbon on your day. He often had a different way of looking at things, which you never forgot. He was a good husband and father and he will be sorely missed.

  3. Greg was one of the kindest people I’ve ever known, as well as friendly and funny. He lives on in every kind act his friends and family perform. Love to his entire family.

  4. Greg was a great husband, father and brother-in-law. He was so good with the elderly. I loved how he spent time with my father. They were different in so many ways yet they were both quick witted and enjoyed each other’s company. I loved how Greg spent hours patiently helping dad research his coin collection when he came to visit. Our love and prayers for comfort.

  5. Greg is sorely missed. I have many fond memories with Greg. I am Linda’s younger brother, and he always had time for me growing up. He always made us laugh with his quick dry wit. We cherish the memories and good times. Our hearts go out to Linda and the Lowe family.

  6. My apologies….I only recently heard of Greg’s passing……I am Ron Hall….classmate from Kelly Walsh High School…class of ’69…..Greg and Linda were both classmates…..did not know Greg
    well……but if memory serves, Linda and I had a couple of dates……my condolences to you Linda and all the family…..hope everyone is doing well.

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