Jean Mardell Low

April 5, 1922February 17, 2020

Jean Mardell Low, 97, passed away Monday, February 17, 2020. She was born in Grove City, PA to the daughter of the late Charles Leslie VanDyke and Floretta Milsop. She was a devoted member of Augusta Road Church of Christ in Greenville. Jean is survived by her husband, Maurice F. Low; daughters: Dorothy Pierce, Rebecca Johnson (Jerry) and Cindy Strandburg (Dennis); six grandchildren; eight great grandchildren; two great great-grandchildren. Funerals service will be held at 2:00 PM Friday, February 21, 2020 at Church of Christ-Augusta Road, 5315 Old Augusta Rd, Greenville, SC 29605 followed by a graveside service at Greenville Memorial Gardens, Piedmont, SC. Family will be receiving friends before the service at 1:00 PM. Visit the Mackey at Woodlawn Memorial Park online guest registry at


  • Charles Leslie VanDyke, Father (deceased)
  • Floretta Milsop, Mother (deceased)
  • Maurice F. Low, Husband
  • Dorothy Pierce, Daughter
  • Rebecca Johnson (Jerry), Daughter
  • Cindy Strandburg (Dennis), Daughter
  • Along with six grandchildren; eight great grandchildren; two great great-grandchildren.


  • Visitation Friday, February 21, 2020
  • Funeral Service Friday, February 21, 2020
  • Committal Service Friday, February 21, 2020


Jean Mardell Low

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Ginny Norwood

February 22, 2020


Sympathy to you in the loss of your Mother. I know she will be missed. I did not know Bob had died until after the services. So sorry.

In Christian Love,
Ginny Norwood


February 20, 2020

My beautiful Grandmother.....You are so dear to always told each of your grandchildren they were your number #1 and showed each one of us that we were your number #1, and made us each believe we were the number # 1. You were truly a gift from heaven, and i will miss you. But I know you are where you have wanted to be your whole life in heaven. Thanks for the penny to let me know you were ok and with me and thank you for being my special angel.....See ya later and I Love and miss U!

Cynde Bell