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Nancy Ann Lowman

December 4, 1946 - May 6, 2024

Nancy Ann Lowman Obituary

Nancy Ann Lowman, a beacon of loving-kindness and generosity, passed away at the age of 77 on May 6, 2024, in Springfield, MO, after a valiant battle with cancer. Born on December 4, 1946, in Strafford, KS, Nancy lived a life rich in family, education, and service. She was a cherished wife, mother, stepmother, and grandmother, whose warmth and compassion touched the lives of all who knew her.


Nancy's journey through life was marked by her commitment to education and her passion for the arts. A proud graduate of Fort Hays University with a degree in education, she dedicated her career to inspiring young minds as a teacher of high school art, middle school art, social studies, language arts, and reading. Her classrooms were vibrant spaces where creativity and curiosity flourished, and where countless students were encouraged to explore and express their own unique talents.


Beyond the classroom, Nancy's interests were as diverse as her teaching subjects. She found great joy in discussing the Bible, engaging in conversations that were as much about listening and learning as they were about sharing knowledge. Her faith was a cornerstone of her life, providing her with strength and guiding her in her daily interactions with others.


Those who had the privilege of knowing Nancy would describe her as the embodiment of love and kindness. Her generous spirit was evident in everything she did, from the way she nurtured her students to the care and attention she devoted to her family. Nancy's presence was a source of comfort and stability, and her absence will be deeply felt by all who loved her.


Nancy is survived by her devoted husband, Kelly Lowman; her loving children, Jacob Lowman and Katrina Boehner; her dear stepdaughters, Jenni Lowman and Amy Ivy; and her adored seven grandchildren, who brought immense joy and laughter into her life. Each family member carries forward a piece of Nancy's spirit, her lessons of compassion, and her boundless love.


As we say goodbye to Nancy Ann Lowman, we celebrate a life lived with purpose and grace. Her legacy is one of kindness, generosity, and the profound impact of a life dedicated to enriching the lives of others. Nancy's memory will continue to inspire and guide us, just as her teachings will live on in the hearts and minds of her students. Though she has left this earthly realm, the light of her spirit remains undimmed, a lasting testament to the extraordinary woman she was.


A Family Directed Memorial Service will be held 3:00 P.M. Sunday, May 19, 2024 at Camdenton Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, 43 Trailer Road, Camdenton, Missouri.  A reception will follow the service.  

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Nancy Ann Lowman hosted by Holden Cremation and Funeral Service.

Nancy Ann Lowman, a beacon of loving-kindness and generosity, passed away at the age of 77 on May 6, 2024, in Springfield, MO, after a valiant battle with cancer. Born on December 4, 1946, in Strafford, KS, Nancy lived a life rich in family, education, and service. She was a cherished wife, mother, stepmother, and grandmother, whose warmth and compassion touched the lives of all who knew her.


Nancy's journey through life was marked by her commitment to education and her passion for the arts. A proud graduate of Fort Hays University with a degree in education, she dedicated her career to inspiring young minds as a teacher of high school art, middle school art, social studies, language arts, and reading. Her classrooms were vibrant spaces where creativity and curiosity flourished, and where countless students were encouraged to explore and express their own unique talents.


Beyond the classroom, Nancy's interests were as diverse as her teaching subjects. She found great joy in discussing the Bible, engaging in conversations that were as much about listening and learning as they were about sharing knowledge. Her faith was a cornerstone of her life, providing her with strength and guiding her in her daily interactions with others.


Those who had the privilege of knowing Nancy would describe her as the embodiment of love and kindness. Her generous spirit was evident in everything she did, from the way she nurtured her students to the care and attention she devoted to her family. Nancy's presence was a source of comfort and stability, and her absence will be deeply felt by all who loved her.


Nancy is survived by her devoted husband, Kelly Lowman; her loving children, Jacob Lowman and Katrina Boehner; her dear stepdaughters, Jenni Lowman and Amy Ivy; and her adored seven grandchildren, who brought immense joy and laughter into her life. Each family member carries forward a piece of Nancy's spirit, her lessons of compassion, and her boundless love.


As we say goodbye to Nancy Ann Lowman, we celebrate a life lived with purpose and grace. Her legacy is one of kindness, generosity, and the profound impact of a life dedicated to enriching the lives of others. Nancy's memory will continue to inspire and guide us, just as her teachings will live on in the hearts and minds of her students. Though she has left this earthly realm, the light of her spirit remains undimmed, a lasting testament to the extraordinary woman she was.


A Family Directed Memorial Service will be held 3:00 P.M. Sunday, May 19, 2024 at Camdenton Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, 43 Trailer Road, Camdenton, Missouri.  A reception will follow the service.  

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Nancy Ann Lowman hosted by Holden Cremation and Funeral Service.

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