In Memory

David Lowe - Class Of 1965

David Lowe died at 11:30 PM on November 1st, 2018, at age 71, from complications of an inoperable bowel obstruction. The condition was complicated by serious liver disease.

David was born in Seattle, Washington, on September 1st, 1947. David was the only child of Frank Lowe (born in Wisconsin) and Gertrude Bernstein Lowe (born in New York City). Dave’s father was an accountant for the Dept. of Defense. Frank’s duties took him and his family to Japan in the early 1950s where David was educated in DoD schools from kindergarten through high school.

Upon graduation from ZAHS, David attended the University of Hawaii, taking a degree in History.
After university, David entered the US Army and following basic training and Advanced Infantry Training (AIT), he was sent to Panama where he completed his required military commitment. He was able to avoid service in South Vietnam, which, at the time, was a dangerous place to be.

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01/20/19 11:24 AM #1    

Maria Genco (Claire) (1965)

David was a presence in high school. His intense curiosity about the world made him so interesting to talk to.  I’m sorry he has passed so soon. Rest In Peace David. 

01/23/19 08:52 PM #2    

Rochelle (Rocky) Odell (1965)

David Lowe seemed to have such a serious side to him, yet he lways had a great smile. I am so sorry he passed away. He was truly one of a kind. May he rest in peace.

09/19/19 09:12 PM #3    

William Root (1965)

On the morning of September 11th, (9/11/2019) My wife, Mary, along with two of David's friends, Bill & Marcia Cecil, consigned David's remains to the waters of Puget Sound. This was done from a ferry between Edmonds and Kingston, at approximately 10:35 AM, in accordance with David's wishes. The Washington State Ferry service brought the boat to a halt midway between the ports and blasted the horn five times as we put Dave's ashes into the water. A moving experience. Goodbye, David!

09/20/19 05:42 AM #4    

Gayle Steele (Snyder) (1966)

I will never forget David Lowe. He was one of the most informed people I have ever met. His love of learning and his knowledge was humbling. I learned so much from him both in high school and during my adult life.

Rest In Peace, Dear David.

09/20/19 10:12 AM #5    

Jeanne Duke (Fredericks) (1965)

David was an amazing and wonderful person.  Saying good bye is so hard but yall did it up right and we are grateful to you for the love and care that yall showed David.  What a beautiful send off!!!  Thank you for being a wonderful friend to him!!!

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