Lowell Clark PETERSEN

19 noviembre , 19274 enero , 2021

Lowell Clark Petersen, age 93, of Wichita, Kansas passed away on Monday, January 4, 2021. He was born November 19, 1927 to Verna and Stephen Petersen.

He spent his childhood in Rosalia, Kansas where his mother was the postmaster. He served in the US Army in WW2 overseas in the Philippines and Okinawa. On his return from service he became an agent for the Missouri Pacific Railroad. In 1952 he was married to Betty Lou Bracken in Eldorado. They had 3 children Sherry, Craig and Cynthia. He was a member of the Kanopolis Methodist Church, American Legion and the Ellsworth Masonic Lodge #146. He was active in community projects and was known to be generous to the needy and disabled.

He is survived by his wife of 68 years, Betty, of Wichita; in-laws Gary and Carole Keeny of Wichita, daughters and son-in-laws Sherry and Grant Anderson of Wesley Chapel, Fl., Cindy and Fred Mann of Wichita; niece Lori Komejan of San Carlos, Ca., nephew Bill Rebstock of ElDorado; grandsons Ben Byler and his wife Karoline of Wesley Chapel, Fl., Luke Byler of Lutz, Fl., Garrett Rudkin of Yukon, Ok., Brandon Rudkin and his wife Erica of Wichita, Darren Rudkin of Wichita, Elliott Mann of Wichita, granddaughter Dani Reisman and her husband Tyler of Wesley Chapel, Fl.; great grandchildren, The Byler Bunch: Zoe, Brady, Eli, Ryan, Charlie, Jackson, Mackenzie, and Rory, Kylie and Kayla Rudkin, Landon and Austin Rudkin, Xavier and Beatrix Rudkin, Parker Lowell Reisman, and his cat Zach.

Pete was preceded in death by his son Craig Petersen, and his parents Stephen and Verna Petersen.

The family will be having a Memorial Service at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in Lowell's memory may be made to Salvation Army Wichita,!/donation/checkout.

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Lowell Clark PETERSEN


Rocky Sanders

28 enero , 2021

Sherry and Cindy, our prayers for you and your family. So sorry to hear of Pete’s passing. I have a lot of fond memories of camping with your dad and family.. The last time I saw your dad at one of the Kanopolis days parades he told me of some pictures he found that Craig took when a bunch of us went to Colorado. And sure enough, a week or so later he sent me some. I was very touched by his thoughtfulness. Rocky Sanders

Paul & Shirley Farmer

16 enero , 2021

Cindy, we are so sorry to hear of your father's passing. You were such an incredible blessing to us during the "Fountain" days. Definitely the best sales person I've ever known.

Rich & Connie Craft

11 enero , 2021

So sorry to hear of Pete’s passing. Memories flood in of the fun times we had way back in our Kanopolis days! Babysitting the kids, camping, going to church, singing in the choir & later in life visits when we brought my Dad to visit . We think of him & Dad doing all the work at the Kanopolis Cemetery, which to this day remains a beautiful memorial to both of those special men....... don’t you wonder what they are planning for their next heavenly project? May your happy memories give you peace as you grieve his loss❤️ —Rich & Connie (McCall) Craft

Harry Simpson

10 enero , 2021

Rest Lowell, until you hear at dawn,
the low, clear reveille of God.

Thank you for your service to this nation. U.S. Army, WWII.

Carol Keeny

10 enero , 2021

We will miss a loving, kind,, soul. We will always have him in our heart, always.