Tubman Funeral Home

224 Company Ave, Fort Qu'appelle, SK


Andrew "Ken" Kenneth Lowe

June 26, 1932March 9, 2020

Surrounded by love, Ken, beloved husband of Margaret for the past 65 years, loving father, special grandfather and great grandfather, passed away March 9, 2020.

Ken cherished time with his family and we all hold special memories of our time with him. He was the “rock” of our family, closely followed by our cherished mom. Ken fought a hard fight, positively and lived his life to the fullest. At his weakest moments he would smile and tell us “I’m fine” “How are you?” Never a complaint and always worried about “mom” who was by his side throughout his 6 year battle. She nursed and supported him through the roughest hours and their love for each other was like no other. Ken lit up the lives of others, affectionately referred to as the “Walmart greeter” at the local post office to retail outlets. He was proud of all his children and grandchildren’s accomplishments and was their biggest supporter throughout the years, always with a big hug and a “you got this kid!” in our ear.

Ken will be dearly missed by family and friends. Many good friends and family have gone before him and his family takes comfort that he is in good company. Who knows… maybe he has a new “Walmart greeter” position!

Family and friends are cordially invited to celebrate Ken’s life at a graveside service which will be held on Friday, June 26, 2020 at the Balcarres Cemetery at 2:00 p.m. followed by visitation to his beloved “backyard deck”.

Arrangements in care of Tubman Cremation and Funeral Services 1-800-667-8962


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Andrew "Ken" Kenneth Lowe

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Terry and Madelyn Switzer

March 24, 2020

Our deepest sympathy to all of you. Uncle Ken had a kind heart and a fantastic sense of humour. Though we do not live close, each time we visited we enjoyed his jokes and the time spent together. He loved Aunty Marg and his family, and he will be deeply missed!

Terry, Madelyn and Family

Marilyn Sandercock

March 24, 2020

Hugs to the family
Ken was one of a kind that touched many lives. I will fondly remember the fun times we had.

Neil Legaarden

March 23, 2020

Marg(Mrs Lowe) and Families:

Ken was Truly a Nice man... I have Many fond memories of him... From his days at Bishop's Garage, Being Mr. Gas and Oil at his Petro Can.. keeping Puffer working hard hauling grain.. but one stands out

One of the first times I met Ken, he was behind the parts counter at Bishop's Garage.. I was rather young and with my dad who was picking up parts...
That day I learned a valuable life lesson," It doesn't matter if there is an age difference between people.. all that matters is you respect one another.".
From that day we shared a private joke..

Ken I appreciate what u taught me. I'll always Remember U


Sandy Lang

March 16, 2020

Condolences to Marg and family on Ken's passing. Wow, what an example he set. Right from the original diagnosis, Ken's attitude was upbeat and positive. His sense of humor was still very evident during his last time at senior's Tuesday morning coffee gathering that I had the pleasure to enjoy. Fond, fond memories of Ken remain within our family in that when Petro Canada sponsored the Olympic Torch Relay for the Calgary Olympics, our son Kent wanted to enter. Ken would provide him with a small stack of entry forms every visit to the bulk station office. It resulted in Kent being chosen as one of the participants along #1 highway near Indian Head. His jolly disposition will be greatly missed. Thinking of all of you. Peace be with you.