Jean Mary Lowe

May 12, 1946March 8, 2018

Jean Mary Lowe, age 71, of New York, NY, passed away on March 8th, 2018. Originally from Livingston, NJ, she later moved to New York City. She was the daughter of the late Dorothy E. and Albert V. Lowe. She is survived by her sisters, Joan (Reggie) Jennison of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Jamie (Jane) Huber of Shamong, New Jersey. She was the aunt of Christopher, Patrick and Daniel Huber and Michael and Deborah Jennison.

Jean retired after 35 years with the New York Public Service Commission. She graduated from Livingston High School and St. Joseph’s College in Emmitsburg, Maryland. Jean was an avid traveler with recent trips to Panama, Ecuador and Cost Rica. She enjoyed good friends, great food and her loving family. She was an amazing woman and will be greatly missed by all who knew her. Visitation is from 9:00 am to 10:00 am Friday, March 16th. Funeral Mass to follow from 10:30 am to 11:30 am at St. Philomena Church. Commital Service at Restland Memorial Park following. A luncheon is planned afterwards at Hanover Manor.


  • Visitation Friday, March 16, 2018
  • Funeral Mass Friday, March 16, 2018
  • Commital Service Friday, March 16, 2018

Jean Mary Lowe

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June 6, 2018

Jean was a brilliant, hard-working, state employee - one of the best! I was always in awe of her work ethic and ability to think, foremost, about the people of the State of New York in all of her decision-making. She was a fine woman. Please accept my condolences.

Ban Kilduff

June 4, 2018

I am very saddened to hear of the loss of Jean Lowe. I worked with her for many years. She was always so very pleasant in all of my interactions with her. My condolences to all her family and friends. Thoughts and prayers to you all.

Linda Lopardo

March 22, 2018

I didn't know Jean well in high school, but I was aware that she was always friendly to EVERYONE! Chatting with her at our reunions over the years was always a treat. She was one of those people who was warm and inclusive. We need more folks like Jean in this world. So sad to lose another from our class.

Cathy Carroll

March 20, 2018

I didn't meet Jean until high school and she quickly became a good and forever friend. Spending hours at her house, hanging in her bedroom, going on random car trips with no destination in mind ( maybe Nova Scotia) became a big part of my high school years. She often was the voice of reason, but never ever turned down a good time and fun. She followed me to college and our friendship continued. She was generous, thoughtful, caring and loyal to her sisters and friends. Rest in peace with Dottie and Al dear friend.

Ellen Calhoun

March 14, 2018

Fond memories of tossing pebbles against Jean’s bedroom window to rouse her, and Dottie calling me the instigator. She was right, and I also plead guilty of telling The Greatest Story Ever Told about where I was taking Jean in the Golden Wing. Jean is my best friend ever. Forever.