July 15, 1937 – March 27, 2021. With family by his side, Lowell left this world to go hang out with “the kids”, his brother, Lanny, and sisters, Sandy and Cathie, all who had also been stolen by Alzheimer’s. Their loving sister, Gail, misses them very much. Lowell also leaves behind his adored and adoring wife, Sharon, married for almost 59 years and left wanting more, and his loving and much-loved children, Heather (and Andy), Scot (and Monica), along with the true melters of his heart, his grandchildren, Grace and Benjamin, and so many wonderful nieces and nephews. Lowell grew up in Dundas, travelled Northern Ontario while working as a lineman for CN Railway, which was the thrill of his early life and he loved reminiscing about his adventures. He then spent most of his years living in Lynden and working at Hamilton Video and Sound. In retirement, he enjoyed being home with Sharon and their animals, Patches the dog, and many cats, his biggest buddy being Thomas. Lowell had been a proud member of the Lynden Legion Executive many years back. He had been a T-ball coach for Scot, then spent many years umpiring and played some Old Timers ball. He was the keeper of our very large vegetable garden and the mechanic to make sure our family had a pool in the summer. He loved staying home and his favourite spot was sitting up on top of the picnic table in the back yard, with a “50” in his hand earlier in life and later a “Canadian” – but he was happy for anyone to come visit. He spent many a Saturday night at Flamboro Speedway, usually with Heather and Scot in tow. Lowell and Sharon loved the Canada Day parade coming by their house every year and would put out extra chairs for passersby. They also treasured yearly trips to the Bala cottage with the whole family together for lots of fishing, games, and watching the grandkids jump off the rock or raft. More recently, Lowell had been part of the Maple Lane family at Wentworth Lodge. He was better known there as Skipper, a loving nickname given to him. Words like amazing don’t cover how truly great the Maple Lane caregivers are. You need to see it to get it and we thank all of them most humbly and with full hearts. Thank you for making our dear husband/Papa-Bear/Grampy part of your family and giving him the finest care. Thank you also to the Alzheimer Society of Canada for your excellent classes and counselling. In lieu of flowers, if you are able, please support the Alzheimer Society. A Celebration of Life will be held on Zoom on Saturday, April 3rd at 1:30 pm. Meeting ID: 897 0266 0270 Passcode: 426108 or contact Heather to be sent a link.