Elizabeth Holthaus Lowery Obituary, Death – Elizabeth “Libby” Holthaus Lowery, who had spent her entire life on Big Island and had reached the age of 55 when she passed away unexpectedly on December 17, 2022, having lived there her entire life. Her passing occurred on December seventeenth, the seventeenth day of the month. Her birthday is February 3rd, and the day she was born was February 3rd, 1967. She was born in Baltimore, Maryland. The state of Maryland is the location of her birthplace.
Before the birth of their daughter, both of her parents, John James Holthaus Jr. and Elizabeth Williams Holthaus, left the family and never returned. The junior version of her father’s name is John James Holthaus. Her immediate family includes her husband of nine years, Ronnie Hugh Lowery; her sons, Matthew James Owens, Zachary Allen Owens and fiancée Brie Taylor, Ronnie Lowery III, and Aaron Lowery; her grandson, Lucian Lowery; her brother, John James Holthaus III; special friends, Brenda and Gary Oliver; and a number of aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Her brother, John James Holthaus III, is also a member of her immediate family. John James Holthaus III is the name of her sibling brother. Her extended family consists of quite a few people. The only people who will remember her are her husband of nine years, Ronnie Hugh Lowery, her kids, and her grandchildren. She leaves behind no other relatives. They had a combined total of nine years of marriage when Ronnie Hugh Lowery passed away; they had been married for that long.
On Thursday, December 22, 2022, at one o’clock in the afternoon, the Reverend Kenneth Bledsoe will preside over the funeral service that will be held at Hunting Creek Baptist Church. The service will be held in memory of the deceased. In honor of a dearly departed family member or friend, the memorial service will be held. The memorial service will be held on the following day after the person who has passed away would have celebrated their birthday. The Burch-Messier Walnut Street Chapel in Bedford, which can be found at 1235 Walnut Street, will be open to visitors on Wednesday, and members of the family will be available there. Evenings from six o’clock till eight o’clock are covered by these hours. They will make themselves available to meet and talk with attendees of the event.