William Lowe Obituary (1946 – 2022) – St. Augustine, FL

William “Bill” Herman Lowe, Jr. peacefully went to his heavenly home on March 12, 2022, at the age of 75. Bill attended Anastasia Baptist Church in St. Augustine. He was the oldest of 3 children born to Bill and Betty Lowe in Miami, FL. Bill and his wife Peggy lived in Chattanooga, TN for 38 years where they raised their 3 children prior to moving to St. Augustine Beach, FL. He owned and operated a successful automotive tool and equipment sales business in Chattanooga. Following his retirement, he worked in real estate with Lighthouse Realty in St. Augustine. Bill had a servant’s heart, always helping widows and those in need with his handyman services. He was extremely devoted to his family and will be deeply missed by those who survived him: his 3 children and spouses, Katie Sokohl (John), Chris Lowe (Nicolette) and Kevin Lowe (Jennifer); his younger sister Kathy Richards (Tom); his sister-in-law Pam Lowe, his 9 grandchildren and his nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his brother Virgil Lowe. Bill and Peggy would have celebrated 50 years of marriage this September. A graveside service will be held in Augusta, GA at Westover Memorial Park at 2:30 PM on Saturday, March 19, 2022.Funeral arrangements are being coordinated by Craig Funeral Home in St. Augustine, and Elliott Sons Funeral Home on Columbia Road in Martinez, GA. In lieu of flowers please make donations to the Building Fund at Anastasia Baptist Church, 1650 A1A South, St. Augustine, Florida 32080.

Published by Craig Funeral Home on Mar. 16, 2022.

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