Savion Kahlil Lowe

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Savion Kahlil Lowe, age 17, of Longmont, Colorado passed away on Tuesday, September 7, 2021. Savion was born April 28, 2004 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana to Frederick Lowe, Jr. and LaTasha S. Brown-Sanders.

When Savion was young he was always a happy baby! He loved his baby swing, all you had to say was "eat eat" from anywhere in the house and you heard his fat feet running to his baby swing, flip the tray up, fall into his chair, flip the tray down and get to work. Budda loved to eat and play with his dogs. He was a natural protector, always running up behind his siblings making sure they were ok, even at the precious age of 2. He fell in love with football at the age of 4. Football, being a sport that requires the skill of protection. Perfect fit!!!

Savion moved to Longmont, Colorado from Boulder, Colorado in 2015 and attended school at Skyline High School. He was a member of the First Baptist Church of North Little Rock, Arkansas as well as a valuable member of the Skyline Football Team. Some of his interests included his love of all animals, cooking was a special love of our gentle giant. Music and playing the drums was a passion of Budda’s. The love he showed for family and friends was undeniable. He loved his game time, be it on his video games or at the football field. Budda loved racing, cars, motorcycles, snowboarding, sledding, drag racing, anything and everything fast. He loved to make people happy and smile. His golden rule was "treat people the way you wanted to be treated!" Savion was a great son, brother, nephew, grandson, friend, uncle, and teammate. Most importantly, he had an AMAZING SOUL!!!

He is preceded in death by his grandfather, Frederick Lee Lowe Sr. (Pine Bluff, AR); great-great grandfather, Cleauther Lowe (Pine Bluff, AR); great-great-great grandmother, Addie Hall (Pine Bluff, AR); and great-great-great grandmother Corintha Lowe (Pine Bluff, AR).

Family left to cherish the memory of Savion include his parents, Frederick Lowe Jr. & LaTasha Sanders (Longmont, CO); brothers, Lawrence Lowe (Denver, CO), Damon Sanders Jr. (Longmont, CO), Malik Lowe (Longmont, CO), Teruis Lowe (Longmont, CO); sister, Yasmin Sanders (Atlanta, GA); grandparents, Bernice Claybon (Little Rock, AR), Dorothy Vaughn & Herman Vaughn Sr. (Pine Bluff, AR), Roy L. Brown-Jones Sr. & Patsy Jones (Earle, AR); uncles, Cameron Starks & LaTasha Starks (Dallas, TX), Marvell Starks (Longmont, CO), Benjamin Hoard (Arlington, TX), Roy L. Jones Jr. (Atlanta, GA); aunties, LaShaundra Combs & Jermell Combs (Independence, MO), Keshia Williams (Earle, AR), Niesha (Earle, AR), Jenell Lowe (Little Rock, AR), Tanula Pugh (Little Rock, AR), Akeshia Robinson (Pine Bluff, AR), Tawonna Johnson (Pine Bluff, AR); cousins, Devon Starks (Longmont, CO), Deion Hill (Pine Bluff, AR), Zion Hill (Pine Bluff, AR), Rashond Combs (Independence, MO), RaSha Combs (Independence, MO); nephews, Damon Sanders III (Longmont, CO), Ah’kai Lowe (Olive Branch, MS), Kai’lo Lowe (Olive Branch, MS); as well as many other extended family and friends.

Savion’s family would like to give special thanks to everyone at Skyline High School, The Longmont Moose Lodge, Coach Strock Family, Swanson Family, Lucarelli Family, Torres Family, Danny Moya Family, and Rico Family for all their love and support.

A Celebration of Life Memorial Service will be held Sunday, September 19, 2021 at 5:00pm, at the Longmont Moose Lodge 2210 Pratt Street Longmont, CO 80501.

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Laura Moreno

15 septembre , 2021

My deepest condolences to the Lowe family. My heart is with you always. Savion was a wonderful young man, so sweet, respectful and with a beautiful smile. To us he was family, he and my son Adrian became best friends, more like brothers. He was always welcome in our home and anytime he came by we were happy to see him. He will be missed and we are left with a big whole in our hearts. Thank you for allowing us to be a small part in your son's life, he made a big impact in ours. Moreno, Futrell Family.