Kelly Ray Lowry

September 21, 1974 - February 27, 2017
The Compass Church
520 E. Roosevelt Road
Wheaton, Illinois 60187
(630) 668-6490 | Map
Saturday 3/4, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
The Compass Church
520 E. Roosevelt Road
Wheaton, Illinois 60187
(630) 668-6490 | Map
Saturday 3/4, 2:00 pm

Kelly Ray Lowry, age 42, passed away on February 27, 2017. Kelly was born in Perryville, MO on September 21, 1974. Kelly attended Purdue University where he earned a degree in Computer Science. He had a successful career as a software engineer, working for Raytheon, MobiTV, and other start-up companies. Kelly enjoyed competing in races,Continue Reading

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Jeff Thorsteinson left a message on March 2, 2017:
God swept you up into eternal Grace, but all too soon for those left to mourn. Please give my enduring love to Curt and carry it with you into eternity. I remember, the very most, your eyes full of intent when you found a passion. I recall it as early as middle school, when you found confidence and commitment in football. And wrestling benefitted from that same focused intent. You bring a smile to me, even as the sadness is so heavy.My condolences to your family and friends, especially so to Linda, whose efforts to benefit her family were so focused and continuous in the time I shared. Mothers should not have this visited upon them twice, the loss of a dear, dear son. May all the Angels, Saints, Holy men and Holy women rise to greet you and carry you into God's kingdom and eternal Grace. My heart aches for Linda, Carrie, Bob and Shellie.
Michelle Kreuzer left a message on March 1, 2017:
My husband Mark and I have so many great memories of Kelly from both Newport, RI, and Canton, MA. From the softball team, to game night (dominoes!!!) to just hanging around with Mark, Doug, Theresa and me, he was a large part of our post-college development into adulthood. We will never forget his stories about Chicagoland or his Purdue everything. I will cherish the pictures I have of him with my oldest daughter, just after she was born. It was the last time that we saw him in person. Rest in peace, Kelly Ray.
Rino Bartolo left a message on March 1, 2017:
We will all miss Kelly and the wonderful chats we used to have at MobiTV.
Yuri Malina left a message on March 1, 2017:
Kelly worked in our engineering team at SwipeSense, where we work every day to prevent hospital-acquired infections.He made key contributions to our mobile installation application, that our staff use in getting new hospitals on-boarded with our technology. His engineering contributions are helping save lives every single day.You will be missed Kelly! Your code lives on.
Erin Meyer left a message on March 1, 2017:
I am so sorry to hear of Kelly's passing. Every time I think of him, I remember the day we spent together, probably in our junior or senior year of high school, planting pine trees at Watts Christmas Tree Farm. I didn't really know Kelly at school, but over the course of that muddy day we spent digging holes for seedlings and covering them up again, I realized he was kind, funny, smart, and charming. We had so much fun and I really enjoyed getting to know him--I would like to think that some of those trees we planted are still there today. My sincere condolences to his loved ones during this time of loss.
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Christine Riso left a message on February 28, 2017:
My sympathy to you all in this difficult time and always. Unfortunately I am not lucky enough to have memories.
Kish Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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