Aaron Lowe Obituary| Has Died: Donna Lowe-Sterns and William Smith have been experiencing that bad dream since they discovered that their child, Utah guarded back Aaron Lowe, was shot and killed early Sunday morning.
Lowe, 21, was the second in a bunch of kid trios brought into the world to Lowe-Sterns.
“It has truly, genuinely crushed me to realize that I don’t have my child,” Lowe-Sterns told KSL-TV recently.
Smith communicated comparative torment when he conversed with WFAA-TV in Dallas.
“I’m not crying since he’s gone. I suppose I’m crying since I can’t see him, I can’t converse with him, I can’t hold him,” he said.
Lowe’s organic dad, Darwin Lowe, let The Associated Press know that he addressed his child before last Saturday’s down against Washington State.
College of Utah football trainer Kyle Whittingham talks during a candlelight vigil recollecting the existence of killed understudy competitor Aaron Lowe on Wednesday, Sept. 29, 2021 at University of Utah in Salt Lake City. Shafkat Anowar, Deseret NewsPurchase Photo
“We was continually speaking with one another,” Darwin Lowe said. “My psyche is simply practicing each and every second, every discussion that we had.”
Aaron Lowe’s sibling, Erin, told KDFW-TV in Dallas that he watched his trio sibling play against WSU.
“He was so astounding in such countless ways,” Erin said. “Someone so youthful, doing as such great in his life can be removed by a silly wrongdoing.”
Aaron Lowe, in his third season as a cautious back for the Utes, was shot while going to a local party in Sugar House.
Salt Lake City Police Department agents declared they have “a few expected promising leads” for the situation. Police say Lowe was outside and across the road when the shots were discharged that killed him and left a unidentified female in basic condition.