Thomas Glenn Lowe
July 1, 1947 ~ November 8, 2022
Thomas Glenn Lowe- Age 75, of Kingston Springs, TN, went home peacefully to his heavenly Father on November 8, 2022, with his family by his side. He is survived by his loving wife of 56 years, Sherry Sullivan Lowe; his sons, Thomas Christopher Lowe (Melissa), of AL, and Alexander Cleveland Lowe (Lisa), of CO; his doting niece, Tiffany Nicole Timbs, whom he loved like a daughter; grandchildren, Austin Glenn Lowe, of Michigan; Bella Mena Sage, of CO; Elizabeth Anne Hadley (Austin) of AL; Jerry Lee Capps, Tiffany Paige Van Dyke (Tim), Charles Evan Dukes and Lorelai Abigale Dukes, of AL; his great grandson, Ryan Ryder Van Dyke; aunts, Lois Shultz, of NV, and Ruth Pyburn; sisters in law, Debra Davis Lowe, Sandra Sullivan Kornmueller, Susan Sullivan Anderson, Shelia Sullivan Timbs, Selina Sullivan Webb; brothers in law, Steven Ray Sullivan and Samuel Keith Sullivan; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and great nieces and great nephews; his Christian brothers and sisters in Christ and may friends. Tom was preceded in death by his granddaughter, Sherry Rose Lowe; his beloved brother, James Edward Lowe; parents, Wilton and Evelyn Parker Lowe; his in-laws, Keith and Rubye Sullivan; Larry “Bubba” Webb, Bob Kornmueller, Dennis Timbs, Charlie Anderson; grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins. Tom was born in Nashville, Tennessee and attended Richland Elementary, Hillwood High School and Belmont College. He worked several facets of the Printing Distribution business that took him from Tennessee, Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio, and Alabama before returning to Tennessee in retirement. He loved playing Little League Baseball and football. He became and Eagle Scout with the Boy Scouts of America, then enjoyed coaching and leading his sons and grandsons into these pass times. He liked playing golf, traveling, attending sporting events, and following his Alabama Crimson Tide football team and family and friends’ gatherings. ROLL TIDE!! He was devoted to the Lord and service to his churches especially at Mt. Hermon Missionary Baptist in Baileyton, Alabama where he attended with much loved Aunt Monnie Irene Lowe Hadley. No services are planned for this time. A Celebration of life will be held at a later date. TBA.