In loving memory of

Sherry Jean Lowe
April 13, 1932 - March 15, 2020

Sherry Jean Lee Lowe
Our loving wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, aunt, friend and sister in the gospel, Sherry, 87, passed away on Sunday, 15 March 2020 at her home in Brigham City, Utah.
Born 13 Apr 1932 in Monroe, Utah, to Orson Ardell and Ruth Anderson Lee. Sherry graduated from South Sevier High in 1950 then attended Snow College. She married Bud Edward Lowe 20 Dec 1952 in Monroe, later solemnized in the Salt Lake LDS Temple 27 June 1958 blessing their posterity ever after.
A member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 24th Ward, serving faithfully until the end. Her talents were varied and refined. She loved flora, colors, writing, music, creating, sewing, cooking and decorating, excelling in them all. She abounded in love, especially for her posterity. She will be greatly missed.
Surviving are her husband, four children; Janis (Terry) Portrey, Ruth (Dennis) Moody, Greg (Kathy) Lowe, Jeff (Linda) Lowe; 16 grandchildren; and 48 great grandchildren.
Preceded in death by her parents, siblings; Kent, Bonnie Baker, Duane, Brant; two daughters; Sherin Kay, Julie Ann; and a great grandchild, Katrina J. Walters.
Funeral services will be private, but a live stream and/or Facebook stream will be available Mar 25, check the funeral chapel for details by Monday, Mar 23, 2020. Interment will be in the Brigham City Cemetery. Send condolences to


Lila Jean Merrill wrote on Mar 26, 2020:

"Dear Bud, I just read of Sherrie?s passing. So sorry. I have known you both all of my life and express my love and condolences. Lila Jean Asay"

JaNae Adamson Naumann wrote on Mar 24, 2020:

"The world is in need of more women like Sister Lowe. She was my favorite Young Women?s leader. Her example made a lasting impression in my life. I loved her for her quiet, gentle personality. She had a gift of making everyone around her feel special. I?ll always be grateful for the beautiful cake she made for our wedding. It was lovely! I?m sure she spent many hours on it. She even made a replica of the Salt Lake temple for the top. She was very talented. I?m so blessed to have known such a sweet angel on earth. "

Maggie Harvey wrote on Mar 23, 2020:

"Sherry your kindness and selfless service to our family will never be forgotten. We all aspire to be the great lady that you were. Bud know that you are and always have been in our prayers. Love ya forever, Maggie "

Cindy Tripp-Kent wrote on Mar 22, 2020:

"I was privileged to be Sherry`s visiting teacher while she and Bud lived in Monroe. What a wonderful elect lady. Cindy Tripp-Kent"

Ronda and Keith Hardy wrote on Mar 21, 2020:

"I loved your mom so much, she was a beautiful lady, friend,wife , mother, grandma and great grandma. I will miss her terribly"