Morris Clark Lowe
- June 21, 1946 - August 22, 2013
- Niceville, Florida
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MAJ Morris C. Lowe (Retired), 67, of Shalimar, passed pain free into the loving arms of God on Thursday 22 August.
Morris was born to the late Charles and Ruby Lowe on the 21st of June 1946 in Miami, FL. Morris graduated from Pensacola Junior College, and later received two Master's Degrees in Aeronautics and Electrical Engineering. He served his country in the USAF from 1966-1986 and again with Sverdrop/Jacobs from 1986-2011 as a Principal Engineer.
Throughout his life, Morris enjoyed traveling the world in places like the Philippines, Israel, Australia, Europe, Alaska, the Caribbean, and the United States. He made some great friends in Israel and Australia who visited several times here in Florida and went on his boat to Billy Bowlegs and other events with him and his wife. He loved to bowl, scuba dive, dine and dance and go to movies.
Morris is survived by his wife Louise, sister Geraldine, brother Charles and his wife Rachael, son Timothy, daughter Stacey and her husband Eddie, stepchildren Donald and his wife Linda, Robert, Clayton and his wife Colleen, Maria, Rita, Donald and his wife Boonlak, grandchildren, Elliot and his wife Thais, Garret, Axxton, Henry and Amelia, great-grandchild Mason, nieces and nephews Janet and her husband Ken, Lester and his wife Denise, Mark and his wife Laura, Mathew and his wife Beth, ex-wives Jan, Kay and extended family. He is predeceased by his brothers Vista, Glenn and sister Marie.
Family and friends held a Celebration of Life Saturday at Pandora's Steak House in Fort Walton Beach where Morris and Louise enjoyed dining and dancing to the music of Greg Pendleton.
Military Services will be held at 11 AM Monday at the Twin Cities Funeral Home Chapel, 1405 E. John Sims Parkway in Niceville.
In lieu of flowers or gifts, the family is requesting donations be made to the ALS Therapy Development Institute at www.ALS.net.
Expressions of sympathy may be viewed or submitted online at www.Twincitiescremationsfunerals.com