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Newell "Fred" Lowhorn

April 17, 1935 — December 12, 2023

Albany

Newell Fred Lowhorn
Born April 17, 1935
Died December 12, 2023, at the age of 88 years old.
Son of:
The late Newell Tom & Mary Lowhorn
Husband of:
The late Mary Letha Lowhorn
Siblings of:
The late Waymon Lowhorn, Lanis Lowhorn, Truman Lowhorn, Ed Lowhorn, Keen Lowhorn, Paul Lowhorn, Minnie Lowhorn, Juanita Arthur and Geneva Martin.
Son in law of:
The late Robert & Gertie Groce
Father of:
Linda (Dale) Speck of Albany, KY, Rita (Joe) Danaher of Palm Coast, Florida, and Jerry (Frances) Lowhorn of Albany, KY.
Grandfather of:
Josh Lowhorn, Bennett (April) Speck, Leslie Brown of Stanford, KY, Barrett (Sonya) Speck, Kyle Danaher of Lexington, KY, and Makensie (Tim) Gammell of St Augustine, Florida.
Great grandfather of:
Caleb Lowhorn, Cameron Lowhorn, Rylan Speck, Brylee Speck, Kylee Speck, Emilia Speck, Maryn Speck of Albany, KY. Bentley Brown and Blakey Buschur of Stanford, KY.
Also survived by three sisters in laws: Joanna Groce, Frances Ferguson, and Ruby Lowe.

Also survived by several nieces and nephews.

Fred was born on April 17, 1935, to Newell Tom & Mary Lowhorn in Lillydale, Tennessee. He was the seventh son out of ten siblings. Fred moved to Albany, KY when Dale Hollow Lake was formed in 1943. On May 13, 1954, Fred married the love of his life, Mary Letha Groce in Albany, KY. After their wedding Fred & Mary moved to Indiana to find factory work. While living in Indiana they welcomed their first child, Linda Diane Lowhorn in 1955. Mary was homesick after two years and they decided to move back to Albany, KY. After settling back into Albany, KY they welcomed their second child, Rita Carol Lowhorn, in 1957. Three years later they welcomed their third child, Jerry Lynn Lowhorn in 1960. Fred was a devoted member of Lee’s Chapel Church, where he served as church superintendent, Sunday school teacher and active board member. Fred worked at Kellwood, Osh Kosh and Winningham as a factory worker for several years until retiring to work on his farm.  

In his spare time Fred loved to hunt, fish, and spend time with his family. Fred loved Sunday afternoon meals with his family to catch up on everyone’s week and to spend time with his family. Fred always enjoyed sharing memories of his childhood with his family and loved ones. Fred & Mary were married 66 years before she passed away on September 17, 2020.

He was a avid cattle and tobacco farmer since the 1970's.

Fred was surrounded by his family at his home when he passed away on Tuesday, December 12, 2023.

Pallbearers:
Josh Lowhorn, Bennett Speck, Barrett Speck, Kyle Danaher, Caleb Lowhorn, Cameron Lowhorn and Rylan Speck

Honorary pallbearers:
Nathan Groce, Gary Speck, David Bulter, Rick Smith, Steve Pitman and Roy Lowhorn.

Special Caregiver:
Lorrie Masiongale

The family would like to express their gratitude to Dr. Tracy Cross, Lori Poindexter, Amedisys, and Hospice of Lake Cumberland for their compassionate care.

The family would like give a special thanks to Bro. David Stearns for visiting with Fred these last few months and caring for the family.

In lieu of flowers/expressions of sympathy, monetary donations can be made in honor of Fred Lowhorn to Lee’s Chapel Church or Peolia Cemetery. Donations can be left at Talbott Funeral Home

 

Burial will be in Peolia Cemetery.

 

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