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Linda Dianne Lowe
07/12/1945 — 12/15/2020
From Richland, WA | Born in Baton Rouge, LA
Linda Dianne Lowe
Linda (Lynn) Dianne (Allen) Lowe
July 12, 1945 – December 15, 2020
The gates of heaven opened for our beloved wife, mother and grandmother Tuesday, December 15, 2020, at Kadlec Regional Medical Center, Richland, WA due to congestive heart failure. Lynn was born in Baton Rouge, LA, July 12, 1945 and is survived by husband, Alan, son Stephen (Steve) and daughter-in-law Brianne, grandchildren, Harper and Kiernan (“K-K”) and Gunnar all of Tishomingo, OK; brother Phillip (Angel) Allen, Shreveport, LA; sister Sue Juneau, Pineville, LA; brother-in-law Edward (Sheila) Lowe, Ethel, LA, Richard (Dollie) Lowe, Hoquium, WA, sister-in-law Vicky (Jim) Massey, Richland, WA, numerous nieces and nephews in Louisiana, Texas and Washington. Lynn is preceded in death by son Neil Edward Lowe; parents Robert and Delma (Carver) Allen, Baton Rouge, LA; in-laws George A. and Betty (Post) Lowe, Richland, WA; Brother Edward Allen, Baton Rouge, LA and Sister Martha Allen, Baton Rouge, LA. Lynn attended schools in Baton Rouge graduating from Istrouma High School. Lynn attended Louisiana State University for a year before going to work for the State of Louisiana. Lynn and Alan met in 1970 and married July 15, 1971. They would have celebrated 50 years of marriage next July,2021. Their union gave them Neil and Steve. Neil was born disabled and Lynn became Neil’s primary care giver for nearly his entire life. Being team mother and loudest cheerleader for Steve’s teams was also something she enjoyed dearly.
Lynn’s legacy will be the strength and dedication to her sons. She was an amazing mother and caregiver. Raising a disabled child through adulthood is not an easy task and Lynn did it with compassion, warmth, and strength. She did this while supporting Steve through all his sports. It did not matter the weather or location she was there from little league baseball, youth basketball all the way through his coaching baseball in high school to coaching women’s college basketball. After Lynn’s open-heart surgery, July of 2019 she never fully regained her health but pushed on as best she could. I and many family and friends will always remember Lynn for her faith, strength, and love for others all the way to the end. While our hearts break it is a blessing to us that Lynn made her own decisions to the end and is now with her beloved Neil and God in Heaven.
My dear wife, best friend, and mother I will miss you so much and look forward to our union again, in Heaven. I Love You.
A graveside service will be held December 19, 2020, at Sunset Memorial Gardens, Richland, WA.
My dearest condolences for the Lowe family. May god bless you all. Love and prayers from Kyle and Pat.
Alan, Penny and I are so sorry to hear of Lynn’s passing. You and your family are in our prayers.
Keeping you all in our prayers.
My deepest condolence to you and your family during this difficult time. Although I met Lynn through some of your friends, I immediately knew she was a great person. I will remember our trips to Prosser to Sister to Sister, Farmers market and lunches. She was a pleasure to be around.
May your memories bring you comfort, strength in the support of those who care and love you, and hope in each new day. Prayers and love goes to you and your family.
Our prayers go out to you Alan, Steven and Fly. We love you all very much. I know Heaven’s gates opened wide when Lynn entered… I can hear Jesus saying, “Well Done My Good And Faithful Servant!” Lynn had a heart of gold and her compassion and love extended to so many.
We will most certainly miss you Lynn but we also know how happy you are to have been greeted by your Savior And Lord JESUS! And I know our Neil ran into your arms with that big beautiful smile and said, “Hi Mom, So Great to See You!” What a blessed reunion that had to be with Jesus, Neil, and all of the loved ones that had gone before you. Thank You Lord For A Life Well Lived!!!
We Love You Lynn So Much!!!
Phil, Angel & Robyn
I remember Lynn’s smile and laugh. Most of all her love for her family and how she would do anything for her boys. Praying for all of her boys and thankful she is with Neil again .
Our Prayers and Love goes out to the whole family. Lynn will be missed. Remember the Good Times ….. there are many.
My deepest sympathies go out to Lynn’ family. My life was blessed through our friendship.