Burl Dodson Lowe

Obituaries in Glen Rose, TX | Glen Rose Reporter
Obituaries in Glen Rose, TX | Glen Rose Reporter

Burl Dodson Lowe

Glen Rose - Burl Dodson "Doc" Lowe, 79, of Glen Rose, Texas, passed away on January 24 in Granbury, Texas. He was born in Wellington, Texas, on December 10, 1942, to Olan (Shorty) and Almeda Lowe. After graduation from Wellington High School in 1961, he went on to serve in the US Air Force for 4 years. His 35-year career in the Oil Refinery business took him to countries around the world including Kosovo, Thailand, India, Russia and China. He was a Baptist.

After retiring to live in Glen Rose, he continued to enjoy camping, fishing, and traveling, but one of his greatest enjoyments was spending time with his friends—both old and new, high and low—many of whom were recipients of his intelligent, generous, outspoken and humorous nature.

Burl was preceded in death by his parents and baby sister Vona Denise Lowe. He is survived by his sister Andi Wauer and husband Lynn of Vega, Texas, and by his brother Harrell Lowe and wife Paula of Littlefield, Texas, several nieces and nephews and a dear friend Dianne Mobley of Granbury.

There will be a memorial gathering for family and friends at the Big Cup restaurant in Glen Rose on Saturday, April 2, from 2:00 to 4:00.

Posted online on March 25, 2022

Published in Glen Rose Reporter

Obituaries in Glen Rose, TX | Glen Rose Reporter
Obituaries in Glen Rose, TX | Glen Rose Reporter

Burl Dodson Lowe

Burl Dodson Lowe

Glen Rose - Burl Dodson "Doc" Lowe, 79, of Glen Rose, Texas, passed away on January 24 in Granbury, Texas. He was born in Wellington, Texas, on December 10, 1942, to Olan (Shorty) and Almeda Lowe. After graduation from Wellington High School in 1961, he went on to serve in the US Air Force for 4 years. His 35-year career in the Oil Refinery business took him to countries around the world including Kosovo, Thailand, India, Russia and China. He was a Baptist.

After retiring to live in Glen Rose, he continued to enjoy camping, fishing, and traveling, but one of his greatest enjoyments was spending time with his friends—both old and new, high and low—many of whom were recipients of his intelligent, generous, outspoken and humorous nature.

Burl was preceded in death by his parents and baby sister Vona Denise Lowe. He is survived by his sister Andi Wauer and husband Lynn of Vega, Texas, and by his brother Harrell Lowe and wife Paula of Littlefield, Texas, several nieces and nephews and a dear friend Dianne Mobley of Granbury.

There will be a memorial gathering for family and friends at the Big Cup restaurant in Glen Rose on Saturday, April 2, from 2:00 to 4:00.

Posted online on March 25, 2022

Published in Glen Rose Reporter