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Davis, Lowell D.

Davis, Lowell D.

February 3, 1937 — April 22, 2021

Lowell Dean Davis, 84, passed away peacefully in his sleep on April 22, 2021 at his home. He was born February 3, 1937, in Kansas City, MO, the second of four children of William Harold Davis and Virginia Leah (Vogan) Davis. Along with his parents, Lowell was preceded in death by his brother Fred and a daughter.

Lowell graduated from Northeast High School and soon joined the US Marine Corps. He spent 42 years working and eventually owning Marr's Bee Line in Sugar Creek. Lowell served eight years as a City Councilman for the City of Sugar Creek.

Lowell was a member of Independence Masonic Lodge #76 since 1964. He was a very active member of Ararat Shrine Temple where he served as Director of the Motor Escort, Ole Cars and Sand Buggies. He also served as an Ambassador, Potentate's Aide and two years as Chief Aide. He was also a member of Jackson County Shrine Club.

Lowell leaves his wife of 29 years, Diana; brother, James Davis (Denise); sister, Carole Haake (Henry); two daughters, one son, two step-daughters, seven grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. He also leaves many friends, including his furry babies Mia and Mya.

A celebration of Lowell's life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to the Ararat Shrine Cornerstone Fund.

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A celebration of Lowell’s life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to the Ararat Shrine Cornerstone Fund.

Davis, Lowell D.'s Guestbook

I am so sorry to hear of Lowell's passing. It was a pleasure working with him at Apple Market. My thoughts and prayers are with Diana and the rest of his family.

Margie Fletcher

This world has lost a wonderful man. He was so faithful and loyal and such an encouragement to all his fellow co-workers at the Apple Market. So sorry for you loss.

gary and janet crain

I’m so sorry for your loss. I always loved working and talking with Lowell, he was always smiling.

Curt Thompson

We are so so sorry. Call us when thing settle down. So many great memories

Mike and Sue LeVota

Hugs and Prayers remember all the good times and call anytime I am so sorry for your loss . Valerie Lewis

Valerie Lewis

Lady Diana, we are very sorry for your loss. We enjoyed the times as Aides when Lowell was Chief Aide and he will be sorely missed. Prayers for your family

Jim and Linda Williams

LOU and I served with he and Diane on several committees. He was a good person and well liked. HE will be missed. May God Bless.

Donald shoemaker

Diana: So sorry for your loss. He will be missed. Remember all the good times. Hugs and prayers your way. Mary & Don Hendrickson

Mary E Hendrickson- Don Hendrickson

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