Mary J. (Lowthers) Crowe passed away peacefully at her home on November 2, 2020. Mary was the perfect example of selflessness. She had one of the most pure, genuine, sincere and precious souls. One thing that Mary did was always to take the least and always gave the most. Mary did not need material things or money to feel rich. Her wealth came from her love of GOD and the love of her family. These two great loves are what kept Mary going. GOD has worked through Mary in countless priceless ways. Mary’s road was rough so she could make the road for other’s a smooth one. Throughout her life, Mary had to deal with great adversity and as life got harder, she turned even more to GOD. The love and kindness she gave to others was unconditional. Mary built incredibly personal relationships with all whose path she came across. She was the worker bee, she was one of GOD’s strongest, fiercest, unstoppable and hardest working soldiers. Mary was on the front line taking all the fire, free of charge. She had a mission here on earth and once that mission was done, once she had completed the ultimate and most desired in her universe...she made it to her eternal life with JESUS CHRIST. Mary will be missed for all the immeasurable gifts and things she did for us and for others. She was the rock of our family. The hole that has been left from her leaving will only be filled when Mary meets us at the heavenly gates and helps US enter into eternal life.
Mary was the most remarkable Mother, sister, daughter, wife, grandma, friend, caretaker, super hero and role model.
She is survived by her Life Partner, Robert Crowe; daughters, Jennifer and Brittany; sons, Cody and Jacob; her granddaughters, Angel and Zoey; grandson, Major; and her siblings, Suzanne and Mike Lowthers.
She was preceded in death by her father and mother, Paul and Delores Lowthers, and brother Greg Lowthers
A vigil service with recitation of the Rosary will be held at Saint Patrick”s Catholic church on Tuesda,y November 10th at 7pm. A mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at Saint Patrick’s Catholic church on Wednesday, November 11th at 10:30am.