Thomas Lowe
May 6, 1956 - April 7, 2013
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Thomas A. Lowe, 56, of Port Charlotte, Florida passed away Sunday, April 7, 2013 at Tidewell Hospice Inc. in Port Charlotte. Thomas was born May 6, 1956 in Greenville, Illinois and moved to Port Charlotte 20 years ago from Venice, FL. He was a magnificent man who was always there for others when needed. He…

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Tom Bernard left a message on June 29, 2013:
Tom was a fun loving guy who cheered those around him. A quiet, modest, happy genius. My condolences to his family. Rest in peace, Tom
John Caskey left a message on June 28, 2013:
I just learned of Tom's death today. It is very sad news. I lived with Tom for three years in college and was very close to him for much of that time. After college, I lost track of him. About 5 years ago, I looked him up and knew that he lived in Florida, but nothing more. I suspected that he was very disaffected from Harvard and his college friends. I wish I knew more about what he did after college and how he evolved personally. I'm very sorry that we will never have the chance to meet again and chat about those years we shared.
Jeff McAnallen left a message on June 27, 2013:
I just learned of Tom's passing this morning. Tom was one of our group of 4 roomates senior year at Harvard. I met him the very first night of freshman year at a bar (of course). He lived in Quincy House so when our roomate Tom B. left to travel the world, we asked Tom to replace him as a roomate. I would share stories with you about what we did but I'm not sure the statute of limitations has run, even after 35 years. But it was a great year and he was a great rommate and friend. After graduation in 1978 we were to meet up in Boulder where I was headed to go to law school. I got there but no Tom. I called his house in Greenville and he had decided not to come out. That's the last I recall talking to him as we just fell out of touch. Roomate John did stop by and spend the night in Greenville on his way to California. That's the last any of us connected with Tom. I often wondered where he went and how life turned out for him. We had our 35th reunion from college the end of May. Many people asked about Tom and where he was. I actually went by Quincy House, looked up at our old room and thought about the 3 foot deep piles of clothes he had strewn across his bedroom. God bless you Tom and I'll catch up with you at some point for a beer and some stories. Your Buddy, Jeff
craig j hoffmann left a message on April 15, 2013:
We met tom and jan when we lived next door to them on verona st port charlotte,So sorry about his passing. He will greatly missed by all who knew him.Our sympathies to jan and the family. Rose and Craig HoffmannandDavid jordan
Rachel Mollet Haas left a message on April 12, 2013:
I am so sorry to hear about Tom's passing. I remember he made everyone happy when he was around. He was always smiling. He was brilliant as well as a great athlete. He will be missed. May your memories of him bring you comfort. Sincerely, Rachel
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Terry Neer left a message on April 11, 2013:
So sad to hear of Tom's passing. Always felt connected to this family.
William Lowe left a message on April 11, 2013:
Tom was the student and athlete that all wanted to be. He is and always will be missed by family and many many friends. I was blessed to have been able to speak with him when I did.
Kevin Gallatin left a message on April 11, 2013:
I was sadden to hear of Tom's passing but knew he fought a courageous battle - that was Tom. Tom was the type of person that would better you just by being around him; a friend to all who would meet him. Although I lost contact with him once I left Greenville, Tom would always be a part of my memories from HS. Who could ever forget his SAT score...that was Tom, perfection in all that he did. My condolences and prayers to his family and close friends who lost a special individual. May his memories bring a smile to all that knew him.
Karen Jackson Gaumer left a message on April 11, 2013:
My deepest sympathies to all of you
Jay Chapman left a message on April 10, 2013:
Without the influence that Tom ‘T” Lowe had on me growing up in Greenville, IL, I would not be who I am today. My special friendship with T was extraordinarily tight years ago. T and I were part of an incomparable group of friends that shared nicknames, unique slogans, funny sayings, and events that only we understand. Nothing happened to end the friendship; we just moved in different directions and went on life paths that led us further apart. This is a time to celebrate all that Tom taught each of us, all he gave to us, and all we have become due to the fact that T was in our lives. Rest in peace Tom, you are a blessing and great friend in my life and many others.
Denny Kirham left a message on April 10, 2013:
Tom grew up across the alley from us as a youngster, teen, and young man. He and his family were special neighbors and friends, remembering the "luas" and cooking the pig all day in the alley with everyone pitching in to get the porker just right. Tom was probably the best punter ever at Greenville High School. He could place a football about anywhere he wanted on the gridiron. Tom always had a smile on his face and will be sadly missed but not forgotten by the Kirkham family.
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