Doris Lowe Obituary| Has Died: Doris Franquez Lowe died calmly within the sight of her darling spouse and kids on February 20, 2020. She was brought into the world in 1933 in Hagatna, Guam to James and Carmen Franquez. She survived the Japanese control of Guam during World War II. In 1955, she graduated magna cum laude from Marywood College in Scranton, Pennsylvania with a Bachelor’s Degree in Music (Piano). She finished her schooling with a Master’s Degree in Music from The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. in 1957.
Doris met and wedded her better half, Cameron Lowe, while going to Catholic University. She followed her better half during his Navy vocation as a Dental Officer, which remembered tasks for Puerto Rico and Guam prior to getting comfortable Virginia Beach in 1972. Doris’ enthusiasm was her family, followed intently by music, cooking, and playing span. She was a skilled artist, showing piano for over 50 years and contributing her melodic abilities in jobs from soloist and backup to music chief at various Navy base sanctuaries, also Baylake United Methodist Church and Old Donation Episcopal Church. Doris was a cultivated extension player, playing both casually and copy, later procuring the position of Life Master.
She leaves behind her gave spouse of 62 years, her three great youngsters Barrett (Betsy), Steven (Susan), and Leslie Brunick (Michael), and six grandkids Jay (Stacy), Molly, Eliza, Bennett, Cameron, and Anna. She is likewise made due by her sister Vivian Danielson (Arnie), sibling Joseph Franquez (Dolores), and innumerable more distant family.