OBITUARY

Jennifer Lois Lowry

July 1, 1960April 8, 2019

Jennifer Lois Lowry, “Jenny”, age 58, passed away peacefully, on Monday, April 8th, 2019 in Houston, TX, after a three year battle with cancer.

Jenny is survived by her loving parents, Bob and Ellie Lowry of Horseshoe Bay, TX; sister Kathy and husband Marc Staruska of New Braunfels, TX; brother Pat and wife Alicia Lowry of Scottsdale, AZ; brother Kevin and wife Tammy Lowry of Basel, Switzerland; brother Michael and wife Susie Hatley and their children of Richardson, TX; and her beloved nieces and nephew (“princesses and prince”): Lauren Lowry of New York City, Lesley Lowry Ladrech of Dallas, Hannah Lowry of San Fransisco and Alex Lowry of Boulder.

Jenny was born on July 1st, 1960 in Houston, TX and was a graduate of Brazoswood High School in 1978 in Clute, TX. Jenny graduated with a degree of Agriculture Economics from Texas A&M University in 1983, and was a proud, lifelong Fightin’ Texas Aggie. Jenny worked as a Real Estate Appraiser in Cypress, TX area for 27 years, most recently of A.G. Appraisal Services.

Jenny had a tenacity for enjoying life to the fullest. She was an outdoor enthusiast and had an abundant appreciation of nature and God’s creatures (specifically horses winning countless awards in her youth). She cherished those early mornings spent out hunting in the country, especially with her favorite hunting buddy, Alex. Jenny was loved by all who knew her. Her determination, kindness and smiling face will be remembered forever. Jenny was a devoted daughter, sister, aunt and friend. She had the ability to empathize and understand those around her, while always exhibiting humility and graciousness. Most importantly, she enjoyed and valued spending quality time with her family.

Per Jenny’s wishes, the family will hold a private family memorial at the L&L Ranch, where her ashes will be spread over the pond, her favorite turkey hunting spot. On Saturday, May 4th, 2019, friends are welcome to attend a celebration of Jenny’s life from 11am-2pm at Country Corner, 17943 Grant Rd, Cypress, TX 77429.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations in honor of Jenny Lowry to Diamonds and Dollars at www.diamondsanddollars.org, an organization that Jenny was involved in, or to MD Anderson Cancer Center of Houston TX.

The family wants to thank everyone for their outreach and support during this time.

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REMEMBERING

Jennifer Lois Lowry

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Devri Parrish- Brown

April 17, 2019

Jenny and I were best friends through high school and went off to College together to Stephen F Austin. Facebook Friends more lately.
Joy and laughter and a faithful friend. That is what I remember over and over in the countless great memories we shared.
We didn’t do drama, and we loved to laugh, and of course horses and cowboys... we were teenage girls.
We were opposites in many ways, but that worked for us too. She was the pretty blonde, with the long straight hair, soft spoken. I was the brunette, taller, louder, curls, never went for the same guys... Lord knows there is a bright beautiful smile added to heaven and missed here. Gone way to soon my friend. Always loved and remembered

Debbie Robb

April 16, 2019

So many sweet memories of Jenny, but we laughed for hours while at Paradise Island Bahamas in 2011.

My condolences to all, May your heart be filled with joy, in the mist of such sorrow.

Tara Jurica

April 16, 2019

Jenny had a light. A bright light. She had a contagious smile, and a wicked sense of humor. We were horse show buddies back in the late 80's and early 90's. We rode together and stayed together many weekends in places like Lufkin, Fort Worth, Seguin, and many many more. We shared lots of laughs, and shed some tears. We shared beer fairy runs in Lufkin, escapee horses in Austin, runaway western pleasure classes in Fort Worth, and a horrible dance lesson in Kerrville. I have two left feet, and Jenny LOVED to dance and tried to teach me one night, it was terrible. In later years, could go a year or more without talking , and it was like we never missed a beat. She was truly a wonderful friend. Mr. and Mrs. Lowry, your daughter has many, many friends, and we shall ALL miss her very, very much. Thank you for raising such a wonderful, loving, true friend, and God bless you and your family in this time of loss.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY