OBITUARY

James Vernon Lowery

23 December, 195110 June, 2021
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James passed away in his home in Littleton at the age of 69. His passing came suddenly without warning and was devastating to all that knew him.

James fought and won the battle with Cancer for the past three years. Unfortunately, as a direct result of the Cancer Treatments, he developed a new illness, it affected his Nervous System causing constant pain and mobility issues, there was no cure or treatment for this condition.

James is survived by his spouse Ann, his son Joseph, his mother Dolores, his sister Janell, and brother Linn.

James was a wonderful husband, father, provider and friend. He and Ann shared a long wonderful life and marriage together. They felt extra blessed when their Son Joseph joined their lives, he was an extension of their love and they created a special, unique bond together.

Throughout the years, James shared many memorable fun stories about his childhood events which involved his parents, siblings, cousins, aunts & uncles. It was so fascinating and amusing. There was never a dull moment in his life. It was obvious that he was raised in a loving environment which is a reflection of who he was.

His wife Ann was at his side as he began his new journey. His facial expression was peaceful and serene. James no longer showed signs of pain and suffering. Ann said her farewells to James for now, as she knew they would re-unite at another time and place, after all, they were soul mates.

James was gifted with many special talents and hobbies. He was often referred to as the "Renaissance Man". His true passion was music. He loved entertaining for friends, family & strangers. He touched every one’s soul when he played his piano and guitar......Strangers became family.

James cherished life to its fullest. He was in sync with the entire universe. Everyone and everything had a purpose and meaning which he truly understood.

Once again he was faced with another battle, only this time it was with his heart body and soul. This battle was unlike the others, he was determined to defeat it. . He was not afraid to face what was waiting for him, and he welcomed it.

Prior to his final departure he wrote a song, “LYRICS TO HIS SONG” on the Piano:

Lord Jesus, Can you See Me Can you Hear Me Can you Feel Me Can you take away my Pain, re-store my Soul, Make me Whole, Heal Me, Free Me

His message was delivered and heard loud and clear by higher superiors. James is at peace now. He won the battle. He will be missed but never forgotten, a part of James will always remain in our hearts forever.

We Love you James.

Donations in James Vernon Lowery's memory can be made to Colorado Humane Society.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Joseph Lowery
  • Manford Will
  • Marvin Lykou
  • Randi Read
  • Andrew swisler
  • Jacob Cheski

Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, 2 July , 2021

  • Funeral Serivce

    Friday, 2 July , 2021

  • Graveside Service

    Wednesday, 7 July , 2021

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Jeff Cahill

2 July 2021

Jimmy was an amazingly talented musician and kind friend. He entertained us and taught us, gifts that truly live on. Jimmy lived life on his own terms, adventure was always at hand. We had a lot of good times over the years but my favorite memories are of the laughter, the thought of Jimmy laughing really hard always brings a smile to my face.

Love and prayers to the Lowery family.

Nina Bailey

1 July 2021

I will always remember Jim for his warm personality, contagious smile, and musical talent extraordinaire. Jim could play any song on the piano from the Rolling Stone’s “Angie” to John Lennon’s “Imagine” to cool Boogie Woogie piano tunes. Jim brought a smile to countless faces and our hearts will forever cherish the loving and cheerful memories he left behind.

Jim Stunkel

20 June 2021

Time spent sharing meals, conversations, and laughs with Jim are fond memories that I will always remember and cherish. Jim was an amazing person who always lifted my spirits and, like everyone who knew him, I feel a deep sense of loss knowing he is no longer with us. My life was made better by Jim and he will be missed.

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