Lowell Irving Fay
April 20, 1944 - January 22, 2021
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Lowell Fay, 76, passed away unexpectantly on January 22, 2021 in Springfield Missouri. Born April 20, 1944 in Kansas City, Missouri, Lowell grew up in the Gladstone area and graduated from Ozark High School in 1962. After working at 3M in Springfield, Lowell founded his first company Hammond Sheet Metal. Later he founded Southwest Industrial…

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Sandy Wilson Reese left a message on January 31, 2021:
It has been my privilege to have Lowell as a friend for over 56 years. A more kind and generous man you will never find. May light perpetual shine upon you Bud and give you peace. Till we meet again, Squeak.
Shelby and Debbie Deckard left a message on January 29, 2021:
We had the pleasure of knowing Lowell for about 30 years and believe him to be one of the most generous, kind-hearted men we have ever known. He was responsible for many of our family’s most cherished memories. He will be greatly missed, never forgotten and held close in our hearts until we meet again. Hugs and prayers for Kathy and family.
Rena Rippe left a message on January 29, 2021:
My thoughts and Prayers for Lowell’s family and friends.
Fred Hedgpeth left a message on January 28, 2021:
Lowell was one awesome person. He lived in Ozark I have known him for 40 years so fun to talk to and be around. Many memories but one is my favorite. Early on Lowell loved and restored Jaguar autos. One afternoon we bought some beer and were going to town He let me drive his XKE and somehow I miss a shift , Not good. Lowell remained cool, thank goodness. I was shocked by his passing and will miss him dearly Condolences to family
Carrie left a message on January 28, 2021:
To the kindest, most generous man I ever loved. All these years later we still loved each other. Go rest high on that mountain.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Jeanne Legge left a message on January 27, 2021:
Lowell joined our class in 6th grade and we all have wonderful memories of time spent with him, many of them humorous. He will be missed by the Class of 1962 and we regret that we didn’t have time together at one of our breakfasts or reunions last year. Thoughts and prayers to a Kathy and the rest of his family.
John and Pamela Kane left a message on January 27, 2021:
Kathy and family, Sorry for the loss of Lowell. Our prayers are with you and your family as well as close friends.
Fran Peters left a message on January 26, 2021:
Dear Kathy, We are all so sorry for your loss! Much love, Fran and staff at Island Vacations
Susan Heath left a message on January 26, 2021:
Kathy and family, I am so sorry for your loss. I have know Lowell for over 15 years and he was a great man with a very kind heart. he will be greatly missed.
Greg Hopper left a message on January 26, 2021:
Lowell was a special friend, I always looked forward to visiting with him & our buddy Bill at car shows & swap meets!! Had the opportunity of doing business with him for many years as our supplier. Kathy, our prayers & thoughts are with you. Lowell will be missed but certainly not for gotten in the classic car world & our everyday life. He was a great man & special friend to the Hopper boys.
Glen and Brenda Chapman left a message on January 25, 2021:
Our thoughts and prayers are with the whole family we truly enjoyed Lowell . He will be missed but never forgotten
Frank and Cindy Elston left a message on January 25, 2021:
So sorry to hear of your loss. I remember when he met Kathy Fae and she became Kathy Fae Fay.... So unexpected and our sympathy goes out to the Kathy and kids and grandkids. Prayers for the days to come that you find peace in the sweet memories you hold. Sincerely, Frank and Cindy Elston
Greenlawn left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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