Born: 7/26/1937, Winneshiek County, Iowa
Death: 6/25/2008, Moab, Utah
Service: 7/19/2008, Ukiah Kingdom Hall
Moab, Utah - Lowell Losen passed away on Wednesday June 25, 2008 at his
Lowell was born in Winneshiek County, Iowa on July 26, 1937 to Joseph
and Gilma Baarsgaard Losen. After high school Lowell joined the Army
serving in the Korean conflict and serving active duty after the war.
Later on he became a ranch hand for Steve Forbes of Forbes Magazine, and
after that he moved to Ukiah, CA. In 2007 he moved to Utah settling in
Moab where he made his home at Rockridge Senior Apts.
Lowell as an active member of the Jehovah Witness church, and loved
Lowell is survived a sister Hope Lundquist of Siskiyou County, CA;
nieces Karen (Joe) Thunderburg of Siskiyou County, CA and Zoe Ann
(Lee)Watt of Bellflower, CA; Marc (Cheryl) Johnson of Porterville, CA.
He was preceded in death by his parents, and siblings Annette, Pierce,
Cecile, Gloria, Jones, Raphael (Ray).
At Lowell’s request, cremation has taken place and a memorial service
will be held July 19, 2008 at the Ukiah Kingdom Hall.
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