Joan Lowther

Joan Lowther

October 17, 1930 - June 15, 2020
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Joan Lowther

Peacefully on June 15, 2020 at 89 years of age. Reunited with her beloved husband Tom (2002). Loving mother of Heather and Scott Draper, Tom and Brenda, Tim, Terry and Karen, and Jo-Ann. Special Grandma of Jason, Nadine and Justin, Valerie and Derek, Jessica, Dave, Sean, Callie, Brittany and Fred and Great-Grandma to Logan, Ethan, Madeline and Scarlett. She will be missed by her nieces and nephews from coast to coast, and her friends at Ashgrove Manor.

Joan will be remembered for her outgoing nature and her love of family. Joan was raised in Nova Scotia and it held a special place in her heart. Joan and her husband Tom were proud members of the R.C.L. Br#143 where they enjoyed friends and a cold beer. She enjoyed gardening, playing darts, and outings with friends, making crafts and the season of Christmas.

Memorial donations may be made to the Royal Canadian Legion, Poppy Fund or a charity of your choice would be appreciated.

Private family services were held.

Burial Greenlawn Memorial Gardens.


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Posted at 08:04am
Donna & I (Bud Isbister) would like to offer our heartfelt condolences to the entire Lowther family on the passing of your beloved Mother. I'm certain she was very proud of all her family and loved all of you very much. In reading the obituary you could see that your mother loved life and lived hers to the fullest, rest in Peace Mrs. Lowther, congratulations on a life well lived!

Janine Crudo

Posted at 07:15am
So sorry for your loss, Your mom was always the life of the party. I enjoyed many great days with her. God bless you all at this time

Sandy Griffin

Posted at 08:03pm
Heather so sorry to hear about your mom passing. Our thoughts and prayers to you and your family at this difficult time. Hugs my friend. John and Sandy Griffin

Bill and Mary Johns

Posted at 03:34pm
Heather and Scott:
We were saddened to learn of Heather's mother passing away. Our sincerest condolences at this troubling time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and family at this time.
Bill and Mary Johns

Wendy Bunney

Posted at 12:39pm
I was so saddened to hear of Aunt Joan's passing, and sincere sympathies and condolences to her family. The very first time I had the pleasure of meeting my Aunt Joan I knew there was a special connection there. Her love of laughter was just so great and I loved hearing the stories of her and my father's childhood days in Windsor Junction, NS. A few years later, we all met in NS, and toured around the places her family had grown up in. This is one of my favorite memories of Aunt Joan, as she explained the locations and what they meant, to all of us. I will never forget that trip and I am so thankful I was there. Her kindness and love of her family will always stay with me. I know you will be missed tremendously by so many Aunt Joan. Love Always, Wendy Bunney ( Mackasey )

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