Edward Morris Lowe
- Born: 1926, Hammond, Indiana, USA
- Marriage (1): Matilda R Kramer in 1963
- Marriage (2): Dorothy V Boughen in 1991
- Died: 30 Oct 2000, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland, USA at age 74
- Buried: Nov 2000, New Freedom Cemetery, New Freedom, York, Pennsylvania, USA
Cause of his death was Cancer.
An unattributed obituary sourced from findagrave.com:
Edward M. Lowe, 73, construction manager Edward M. Lowe, a construction project manager who was active in veterans' affairs, died Oct. 23 of cancer at Johns Hopkins Hospital. The New Freedom, Pa., resident was 73.
Mr. Lowe had been employed since 1995 by Cotten Construction Co. in Baltimore.
He began his career in the late 1950s, working for C.J. Langenfelder & Son Inc., a Baltimore construction company. In 1963, he joined Potts & Callahan Inc., where he was a construction project manager and vice president until retiring in 1995.
Born in Hammond, Ind., he was raised in Defiance, Pa., and Delta, Pa., where he graduated from high school.
During World War II, he served in Europe with the Army Air Forces. He was discharged at the war's end but was recalled to duty during the Korean War.
He was active in American Legion Post No. 256 in Parkton. He also served as vice commander of the American Legion Northern Central District of Maryland and had been an executive committee member of the American Legion's Maryland Department.
Mr. Lowe was a life member and former commander of Veteran of Foreign Wars Post No. 7012 in New Freedom.
He was married in 1963 to Matilda "Mickey" Kramer, who died in 1989. In 1991, he married Dorothy V. Boughen. She died in 1995.
Services were held Friday.
Noted events in his life were:
• He resided at the time of his mother's death on 24 Jan 1985 in Maryland Line, Maryland, USA.
Edward married Matilda R Kramer in 1963. (Matilda R Kramer was born in 1929, died in 1989 and was buried in 1989 in New Freedom Cemetery, New Freedom, York, Pennsylvania, USA.)
Edward next married Dorothy V Boughen in 1991. (Dorothy V Boughen died in 1995.)