4/21/2018 – Linda M. Lowe, Depauville & Clayton

The Funeral for Linda M. Lowe, 69, who died April 19th, in Syracuse, will be held 3pm, Saturday, April 28th, at the T.R. Jetty Funeral Home in Clayton. Calling hours will be from 1-3pm prior to the Funeral Service. A reception will follow at the Clayton American Legion Post 821.

Linda was born May 2, 1948, in Alexandria Bay, the daughter of Gene (Frenchie) and Betty Albicker Ransier.

She graduated from T.I. High School.

On October 5, 1968, she married Stephen Lowe, at the Clayton United Methodist Church.

In her younger years she worked for the Clayton Tent Factory, and for over 40 years she worked at Natali’s C-Way Restaurant in Clayton until having a stroke in 2009.

Linda was a member of the Colon Couch Post 821 Ladies Auxiliary.

She enjoyed murder mysteries, eating Hershey drops, and she enjoyed helping out by working at various functions at the Depauville Fire Hall and the Clayton American Legion.

Surviving besides her husband Stephen is one daughter, Mrs. Bruce (Tona) Dano of Clayton; five grandchildren; one great granddaughter; two brothers, Charles (Cindy) of Myrtle Beach, and James of Redwood; nieces and nephews.

One son Timothy Lowe died August 5th, 1996, at age 25, and two brothers, Allen in 1972, and Michael a few years ago, died before her.

Donations can be made in her name to the Clayton American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Post 821.

Condolences

  1. Tim and Cheryl Pacific Posted:

    Steve and family we are very sorry for your loss

  2. Maggie Matthews Posted:

    Steve, I am so sorry for your loss.

  3. Susie ONeill Posted:

    Steve….my deepest condolences.

  4. Martha Millett Posted:

    So sorry to see this name listed in the obituaries… … Linda was such a good soul… not a mean bone in her body… truly a loving and good person.. I have many fond memories of Linda from when we were in school..

  5. Dawn Young Posted:

    Steven, I am sending you hugs, she was such a sweet lady, Rest In Peace Linda, Sending my prayers to all of you

  6. Louie/Rosie Montante Posted:

    Steve, our deepest sympathy. Always enjoyed talking with Linda.

  7. Ray Lowe Posted:

    Steve and family, so sorry to hear of Linda’s passing. I so enjoyed havei g her at Booster Club and seeing you all at the diner and Walmart. My sincere condolences to you all.

  8. Benny fisher Posted:

    So sorry Steve , RIP Linda hugs and prayers to all !!!

  9. APRIL INGERSON Posted:

    Steve I’m so sorry. Linda was such a beautiful, sweet, kind soul. Glad I got to see her and talk at the last booster dinner. Sorry I won’t be here for the service Saturday. I will be out if town. Your family will be in my heart and prayers that day.

  10. Deanna Switzer Halko Posted:

    Steve, my prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. I’m so sorry for your loss, but God will give you the strength to carry on. God Bless.

  11. Kathy Keegan Cummings Posted:

    Steve, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family in the terrible loss of your dear wife Linda. I am so sorry.
    Kathy Keegan Cummings

  12. Steve and Carol Bisonett Posted:

    Steve and family, sorry to see Lindas name here. May time help with your loss, thoughts and prayers. Steve and Carol Bisonett

  13. Dave & Mary Lowe Rodman NY Posted:

    Thinking of you.

  14. Greg & Julie Hoppel Posted:

    Steve, we are so sorry to hear this. Our prayers are with you.

  15. Cindy Wilkie Posted:

    Steve, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time.

  16. Linda Woodley Posted:

    Steve so sorry to hear of Linda’s passing , sending prayers your way …

  17. Ray scales Posted:

    Steve so sorry for your loss,Linda will be sadly missed,prayers to you family and friends

  18. Janet, Danielle, Alex, and Casey. Posted:

    Steve, Tona, and family our deepest condolences for the passing of Linda. She was a beautiful soul and we know Tim and her our together.

  19. Fran Dartnell Posted:

    Dear Steve and family, I was so saddened to hear of Linda’s passing. She was a dear soul and a friend back to the old Frink and O’Brien days. My prayers are with all of you at this difficult time.

  20. Mary Vorce Posted:

    Sending hugs

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