Melton Lowery

June 3, 1925December 30, 2017

Melton Lowery was born on June 3, 1925 and passed away on December 30, 2017 and is under the care of Rosewood Memorial Park.

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Robert Jolly

January 8, 2018

Mr. Lowery was a faithful member of the Friendship Sunday School class at Kempsville Baptist church. He will be truly missed. Our sincere thoughts and prayers to the family during this difficult time.

Joyce Kernodle

January 7, 2018

Tony will be missed by many. Maebelle and Tony were good people.

m huffman

January 7, 2018

Tony and Ed were in the Lions Club together for many years. After Ed stopped attending meetings Tony would come by our business just to keep in touch. He and Maebelle were two special people!

Monte Dozier

January 6, 2018

I worked for Tony many years ago and he was a good boss and a good friend . He and his wife will be missed but never forgotten .

Douglas Kist

January 5, 2018

We( Douglas & Fay Kist and Carolyn Silver) wish to express our heart felt loss of their Father( Tony) and also the recent loss of Maybelle. Both of whom we had the pleasure of knowing for well over 40 years. We are family members of the Pick family who were dear Freinds to both Tony & Maybelle. They( your parents) were very special folks who showed much love and caring concern for all they ever met. The world is now less beautiful with their passing.May God keep an eye on them for a future resurrection.

Jean Lookabill

January 4, 2018

Tony and Maebelle were our friends for over 50 years. They were such wonderful, caring, Christian people. Tony loved his family and always treated everyone with love and respect. He will be missed.

Mary Joe Bush

January 3, 2018

To the Lowery family: I was saddened to read of the passing of Mr. Lowery; and even more so to realize that Mrs. Lowery had passed only a few short months ago. I only had the privilege to be in their company for a short period of time, but in that short time saw how they loved their family; and each other. May the family find peace and solace in knowing their parents are now re-united and embrace the time and memories they shared.

Bruce Hunt

January 3, 2018

Uncle Melton {Tony} was what every man should strive to be. A wonderful and devoted husband. A man who loved his children. Hard working and a provider to his family. A man who loved and worshiped God. A true example for others to live by. He will be missed.

Larry Kight

January 3, 2018

Tony, Buren, and family,
It broke my heart to learn of Dad's passing.I will always remember him as one of the Boulevard dad's that kept all of us in line. He never took any of our guff, and was a good, firm man Whether it was in your back yard, or crap we pulled in the National Guard, He was a neighborhood favorite!

Larry Kight

Maggie Lowery

January 2, 2018

Pa Lowery was a good and honorable man. He wanted nothing but good things to happen to him and his family. He stood by his wife through sickness and in health for 70 plus years. Everyone loved Tony. He will be sorely missed. He is in heaven now with Mom Lowery where he has been wanting to go for the last 4 months. His suffering is over. He will be among the special angels now!