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Brian LOWES

LOWES, Brian

Brian Lowes, aged 69, of Tilbury, peacefully passed away at home on September 23, 2023, surrounded by his loved ones, after a brief battle with cancer. He was the cherished husband of Corinne (nee Lanoue) for 39 years and the adoring father of Danielle (Brian Dietrich) and Evan (Chantal) Lowes. Brian was affectionately known as “Fairly Honest Lowes” and upheld his family tradition of selling cars in the Chatham-Kent area for an impressive 44 years. His passion for hockey was evident as he eagerly awaited each NHL draft year, hoping for his opportunity to join the big league, even at the age of 69. Brian’s devotion extended beyond his profession and hobbies to his close-knit circle of friends. He enjoyed frequent trips to a cottage in Muskokas with the Whittal, McGuire, and Laliberte families, creating lasting memories. Brian will be dearly missed by his little pumpkin Elise, his late brother Bill Lowes, and surviving siblings Julie Lowes and Matthew (Grace) Lowes. He is predeceased by his parents Donald and Shirley Lowes, as well as his in-laws Armand and Patricia Lanoue. Brian’s impact extended to numerous in-laws, nieces, and nephews, who will forever hold him in their hearts.

In accordance with Brian’s wishes, a private graveside service will be held at McDowell Cemetery in Comber, followed by a celebration of life at a later date. Donations to the Blenheim Blades JR. C Hockey Organization or The Tilbury Information and Help Centre are warmly appreciated in lieu of flowers.

Brian Lowes touched the lives of many through his unwavering dedication to his family, friends, and community. His legacy lives on in the memories shared, and he will forever be remembered as a loving husband, father, gramps, and friend.

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LOWES, Brian

Brian Lowes, a resident of Tilbury, passed away at the age of 69 on Saturday, September 23, 2023. After a short battle with cancer, Brian found peace at home surrounded by his family. Beloved husband to Corinne (nee Lanoue) for nearly four decades, Brian was also a loving father to Danielle (Brian Dietrich) and Evan (Chantal) Lowes. His beloved granddaughter, Elise, held a special place in his heart. Brian was the dear brother of the late Bill Lowes, Julie Lowes, and Matthew (Grace) Lowes. He was preceded in death by his parents, Donald and Shirley Lowes, as well as his in-laws, Armand and Patricia Lanoue. Despite his passing, Brian’s memory lives on in the hearts of his many in-laws, nieces, and nephews. Brian, known as “Fairly Honest Lowes,” carried on the family tradition of selling cars in the Chatham-Kent region for an impressive 44 years. A lifelong hockey fan, Brian passionately anticipated each NHL draft year, remaining hopeful of his chance to join the big league, even at the age of 69. In his spare time, Brian could often be found in Muskokas, enjoying getaways to a cottage with the Whittal, McGuire, and Laliberte families. As per Brian’s wishes, he has been cremated, and a private graveside service will occur at a later date in McDowell Cemetery in Comber. Family and friends will also have the opportunity to celebrate Brian’s life at a later gathering. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Blenheim Blades JR. C Hockey Organization or The Tilbury Information and Help Centre are gratefully accepted.

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LOWES, Brian

Brian Lowes, aged 69, of Tilbury, has passed away at his residence on Saturday, September 23, 2023, following a brief battle with cancer. Surrounded by his loved ones, Brian found solace at home as he peacefully departed. For the past 39 years, Brian has been the devoted husband of Corinne (nee Lanoue), and the loving father of Danielle (Brian Dietrich) and Evan (Chantal) Lowes. Known affectionately as “Fairly Honest Lowes,” Brian dedicated himself to the automotive industry, following in his father’s footsteps, and selling cars in the Chatham-Kent area for an impressive span of 44 years. Brian shared his passion for hockey, eagerly looking forward to each NHL draft year, and holding onto the hope of eventually transitioning into the big leagues, defying age barriers at 69 years old. Brian treasured spending time at a cottage in Muskokas with the Whittal, McGuire, and Laliberte families, forming unbreakable bonds. Alongside his wife and children, Brian was also the proud gramps of Elise, his little pumpkin. Brian’s presence will be deeply missed by his late brother Bill Lowes, as well as his surviving siblings Julie Lowes and Matthew (Grace) Lowes. Left to mourn his loss are his parents, Donald and Shirley Lowes, and his in-laws, Armand and Patricia Lanoue. Brian leaves behind several cherished nieces, nephews, and in-laws who will hold his memory in their hearts forever. In accordance with his wishes, Brian has been cremated, and a private graveside ceremony at McDowell Cemetery in Comber will be held on a later date. Additionally, a celebration of life will take place at a later time to honor Brian’s well-lived life. In lieu of floral tributes, contributions to the Blenheim Blades JR. C Hockey Organization or The Tilbury Information and Help Centre are kindly appreciated. As we bid farewell to Brian, his unwavering dedication to his family, friends, and community will be eternally remembered. His legacy lives on through the lasting memories he leaves behind, shaping him as a devoted husband, father, gramps, and a true friend.

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