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Judith Kay Lowe


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Judith Kay Lowe was born on April 24th, 1949 to Ruby and Charles of Madison, South Dakota. Judy was the only girl of two brothers, Jim and John. She married Curtis Sieck in 1969 and they shared a daughter, Carey, in 1971. She later remarried her surviving husband, Robert Lowe, in 1979 and they had three girls together; Carey (Josh) White, April (Mike) Jones, and Jaime (David) Albert. Judy also leaves behind eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

Judy was an avid adventurer and lover of life. She spent many years traveling up and down the united states with her husband. Some of her favorite trips were down route 66 and exploring the mountains of Tennessee. However, most of her travels were just stops on the road to see her family.

Judy most enjoyed her time when she was with her family. She always went above and beyond in her role as a mother and grandmother. Her contagious laugh continues to echo through our homes as we remember her and cherish all the special memories she made.

Judy held a great faith in Christ and was a proud member of the Lutheran church. We all know that she is whistling through the halls of heaven as we celebrate her life. She was proceeded in passing by her parents Ruby and Charles, brother Jim, and daughter Carey. We take comfort in knowing that she is with her family, as she missed them all so much.

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  1. Bonnie Lowe says:

    I was very sad for your loss of Judy. I remember how Marilyn Lowe always would tell me about Bob & Judy ! God Bless you !

  2. Gary Elmstedt says:

    Thanks and memories of Robert and Judy, taking time out in their travels, to see their aunt Ruth Lowe/Elmstedt, and other extended family. Thanks for the time that God gave us together.

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Judith Kay Lowe


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Judith Kay Lowe was born on April 24th, 1949 to Ruby and Charles of Madison, South Dakota. Judy was the only girl of two brothers, Jim and John. She married Curtis Sieck in 1969 and they shared a daughter, Carey, in 1971. She later remarried her surviving husband, Robert Lowe, in 1979 and they had three girls together; Carey (Josh) White, April (Mike) Jones, and Jaime (David) Albert. Judy also leaves behind eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

Judy was an avid adventurer and lover of life. She spent many years traveling up and down the united states with her husband. Some of her favorite trips were down route 66 and exploring the mountains of Tennessee. However, most of her travels were just stops on the road to see her family.

Judy most enjoyed her time when she was with her family. She always went above and beyond in her role as a mother and grandmother. Her contagious laugh continues to echo through our homes as we remember her and cherish all the special memories she made.

Judy held a great faith in Christ and was a proud member of the Lutheran church. We all know that she is whistling through the halls of heaven as we celebrate her life. She was proceeded in passing by her parents Ruby and Charles, brother Jim, and daughter Carey. We take comfort in knowing that she is with her family, as she missed them all so much.

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2 responses to “Judith Kay Lowe”

  1. Bonnie Lowe says:

    I was very sad for your loss of Judy. I remember how Marilyn Lowe always would tell me about Bob & Judy ! God Bless you !

  2. Gary Elmstedt says:

    Thanks and memories of Robert and Judy, taking time out in their travels, to see their aunt Ruth Lowe/Elmstedt, and other extended family. Thanks for the time that God gave us together.

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