Clay Randall Lowe, passed away peacefully in his sleep at the age 92 on 9/28.2020, comforted by the love of his wife of 22 years, Beverly. He was preceded in death by his wife of 42 years, Sally. He was survived by his children, Randy (Patty), Karen (late Vance), Warren (Susan), Dave (Rhonda), Damon (Suzanne) and his grandchildren, Chris (Tammy), Amanda, Jordan (Allie), Morgan, Danielle (Phoenix), Dillon (Janelle), Hannah, Aaron, Ben, Michaela, Haley and Jameson and 6 great-grandchildren, Olivia, Abagail, Griffin, Owen, Cooper and Kolson. Also, survived by his nieces and nephews, Ed, Debbie, Lisa, Frank, Marcie, Allen and his "Little Truck Man". Clay was always surrounded by family and friends which made him the happiest man in the world. Never had to look for a volunteer when Clay was around. He always served his Cloverleaf Community by working at numerous funeral luncheons, bingo and taking such pride in being the MC for the flea markets. Serving his Carnegie Presbyterian Church by being the jolliest Sunday greeter and enjoying every moment. Serving his country with great pride in Korea. Clay had boundless energy and a contagious joy for life. All were blessed to have crossed paths with him and to have spent meaningful time in his presence... never to be forgotten! Clay and Bev were inseparable during their 22 years of Marriage... Both bringing the other so much well-deserved love and support that made their lives rich in so many ways. Clay is watching us from afar, pleasing the Lord with his hometown West Virginia wit, humor and "Redneck Jokes"... as he had done to all of us on a daily basis. No Visitation. A Memorial Service will be held at a later date. Family suggest contributions to the Carnegie Presbyterian Church, 219 Ewing Road, Carnegie, PA 15106. Arrangements entrusted to the Leo J. Henney Funeral Home, Carnegie. www.leohenneyfuneralhome.com.
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