Amy Lowrey

Amy Lowrey

February 17, 1931 – May 17, 2020


Amy Noreen (Corley) Lowrey, 89, left this life for her heavenly reward May 17, 2020. She was born February 17, 1931 the fourth of five children. An accomplished artist, she lived most of her life in Oklahoma City.

She is survived by her daughter, Jane (Craig) Stout, stepsons, Robert (Judith) Lowrey, Clyde (Joyce) Lowrey, grandchildren, Robbin (Johnny) Willis, Corbin Lowrey, Brett (Nicki) Lowrey, Jason (Jessie) Lowrey, Michelle (Clay) Wilson, Hanna Stout, numerous nieces, nephews, great grandchildren, her sister, Fern Corley and brother Lloyd Corley. She was preceded in death by her parents, Lloyd and Lydia Corley, husband, Robert Lowrey, Sr. and her sisters Leota Powell and Wilma Davis.

She was deeply loved and will be greatly missed.

Lowrey, Amy cropped

Funeral Services will be held 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, May 20th at Matthew’s Funeral Home with burial to follow at Gracelawn Cemetery.

We will be live streaming this service in an effort to accommodate those people that wish to attend but feel they should not due to the health environment.  To watch the service please click on this link

7 thoughts on “Amy Lowrey”

  1. Kathy LeCrone

    Jane, you mother was such a sweet lady. Always with a smile and soft word.
    Thoughtful in many small ways.
    I love the painting she did for my mom…it has a special place in my home.
    I am sorry we cannot attend her service but are continuing to shelter in place.
    Please know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
    We will participate online.
    Much love,
    Kathy LeCrone

  2. Ginger Lester


    At Mom’s memorial a few years ago I was really needing a hug. Aunt Amy (your mom) was sitting in her wheelchair and threw her arms wide open for me to come get a hug. That hug meant so much to me and is my last memory of being with my sweet aunt. I wish I could be there to give you a hug like that tomorrow. Will be participating from afar. Love to you all.


  3. Karen Lentz

    Hang in there, Jane. Take it one day at a time.
    I’ll miss stopping by the house for a short visit with your Mom. She was a kick!! Always up-beat. She gave me good advise. Helped a lot with the grandkids t-shirt quilts.
    I’ll miss her.

  4. Kriss Parsons

    Jane…I’m so sorry for your loss and heavy heart. We think of both your parents often…they were wonderful people that had big hearts and always a warm smile for everyone. Cherish your memories, and let your heart overflow with smiles for them both. Sending hugs! ❤ the Parsons family

  5. Jane, In all my kid, teen and adult years in the Okie CB Club, you’re mother was always one of my favorites. She was such an artists in so many ways, talented in so many mediums and so very kind. I am honored to have known her the last 45 years.

  6. Bob Moore


    Sorry for your loss. We loved your mother deeply. While dad was alive and when we would go to OKC we always stoped in to visit your mom. So many great memories. She was so kind to our family. Those were the days when you would go by and borrow a cup of sugar or so.
    Precious memories

    Love Bob and Rhonda Moore

  7. Claudia Corley

    Jane, I wish I had known her earlier in my life. I met her at Wilma’s funeral a few years ago. I also got a big hug from her! She was kind enough to tell me names of my family as they walked past me. Such a history.

    Claudia Corley

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