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In loving memory of
Albert H. Lowerre, Jr.
  • June 11, 1938
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  • February 18, 2022

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Albert Henry Lowerre, Jr., age of 83, died of heart failure as a result of covid related complications on February 18th, 2022, in Leesburg, FL.

Albert Henry Lowerre, Jr., is survived by his son, Kennth A Lowerre, of Fruitland Park, Fl; his son, Keith Charles Lowerre, of Fruitland Park, FL; and his daughter, Susan Ann Lowerre, of West Babylon, NY.  He is preceded in death by his beloved wife, Carol Ann Lowerre, of Fruitland Park, Fl, who passed away April 26, 2019.

Albert Henry Lowerre, Jr., was born on June 11,1938 in Brooklyn, NY, to parents Albert H lowerre, Sr. and Catherine Gibson. He graduated at the top of his class from William-E-Grady-Vocational-High School in 1956, with a degree in Electrical trades. In 1957, he joined the US Navy and served as a submarine sailor on the USS Torsk till 1960. EM2(SS) was his rank at retirement.

Albert Henry Lowerre, Jr., was a great family man and loving father.  He married Carol Ann Dowling, his childhood sweetheart, in 1960 in Massapequa, NY, at St. David’s Lutheran Church . They had 3 children together and prospered. They first moved to Baldwin, NY from Brooklyn, NY, and he started work as an electrician for the Brooklyn Navy Yard.  In 1964, he left the Brooklyn Navy yard, moved to Massapequa, and began his own business called, “Full Power Electric Company”. Shortly after, he accepted a position at Grumman Aerospace where he worked as an electrician in plant 2 located in Bethpage, NY, for over 40 years until his retirement in 1994. In 2003, they moved from Massapequa, NY, to Fruitland Park, FL, where they lived out the rest of their lives happily together.

Albert H Lowerre, Jr., was a man who was deeply loved and very family oriented.  He loved boating, fishing, history, model trains, the US Navy, and anything nautical related.  His family and friends will always remember him as a kind-hearted, loving, selfless soul, who always put the needs of others before the needs of his own.

A military funeral is scheduled for Albert Henry Lowerre, Jr. on Monday, February 28th 2022 at Florida National Cemetery located at 6502 SW 102nd Ave, Bushnell, FL 33513 at 2pm.

All are welcome to attend and celebrate Albert Henry Lowerre, Jr.’s life.

The family would like to thank everyone for all your sympathies at this most difficult time and ask for your continued prayers.

Flowers and donations can be sent to Baldwin Brothers A Funeral & Cremation Society 3990 E. SR 44, Ste 105, Wildwood, FL 34785.


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  1. Michael Maniscalco lit a candle:
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  2. Veronika lit a candle:
    28 Feb 2022
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  3. James Kotsonis says:
    28 Feb 2022
    Al was an amazing man. Stern, some times harsh, but always loving. He was a guiding force in my life, providing me the drive to learn how things worked. His light will be missed in this world.

  4. James Kotsonis lit a candle:
    28 Feb 2022
    Lit since February 28, 2022 at 2:09:53 AM

  5. David Kelly says:
    28 Feb 2022
    Keith, Susie, and Kenny, my deepest sympathies during your time of mourning. Big Al will always be fondly remembered. I still laugh to this day at some of the father - son antics that took place in our youth. I am glad to have known him and your mom. I have taken a few plays out of Al's book when dealing with my own kids. (Breakers definitely have been shut down.) It brings joy to my heart even now, as I think back and reminisce. Stay strong and be there for each other. You are all in my heart.

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  10. Debbie ribbe says:
    27 Feb 2022
    We love you Al and know you're at peace with Carol right now we pray God takes care of you forevermore until we meet again in heaven XOXO God bless you both today and always we love you and God blessings to Keith Kenny and little Susie at this time and may God protect them forever more we love you Debbie and family XOXO

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  20. Susan Lowerre posted an image:
    24 Feb 2022
    Last photo taken of dad and me August 2021
    Last photo taken of dad and me August 2021

  21. Susan Lowerre lit a candle:
    24 Feb 2022
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  22. Susan Lowerre says:
    24 Feb 2022
    Daddy, I will love and miss you forever. Thank you for always being the best father to all of your kids. We will never forget the sacrifices you made for us to have the life you provided for the family. The best parts of you are instilled in me. Thank you for all the blessings you have bestowed upon us. Thank you for your service to our country. You were the kindest, most generous, and understanding man I have or will ever know. I love you always. Rest easy Daddy. Happy you are with mommy again. Please watch over us all. God bless you. Rest in peace my dearest father.

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