Jean L. Lowery, 68, Baltimore waitress

July 23, 2004

Jean L. Lowery a former Baltimore waitress, died of heart failure July 16 at her home in Waynesville, Mo. She was 68.

She was born Jean Louise Stevens in Baltimore and was raised in Lansdowne. She attended Catonsville High School and later worked as a waitress at Burke's Cafe on Light Street and the Center Club.

In 1992, she moved to Waynesville to care for her ailing mother. Until retiring in the late 1990s, she had worked at a convenience store in Waynesville.

Mrs. Lowery enjoyed reading, playing the banjo, fishing and collecting antique tins.

Her marriages to Michael Bangert and Charles Williams ended in divorce.

A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. today at Thieme-Shadel-Hicks Funeral Service at Colonial Chapel in Lebanon, Mo.

Surviving are her husband of nine years, John T. Lowery, a bus driver; four sons, Charles A. Williams of Kennewick, Wash., Douglas A. Williams of West Richland, Wash., Michael A. Williams of Severn and Alfred Bangert of Linthicum; three daughters, Tracey Sackalosky of Linthicum, Sheila Bell of Lansdowne and Katherine Brocato of Glen Burnie; two brothers, Steve Stevens of Newburg, Mo., and Phil Stevens of Jensen Beach, Fla.; 16 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.

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