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Noah S. Lowman
Lowman, Noah S., 19, Robinson Twp., Pittsburgh, formerly of Johnstown. Unexpectedly was called to heaven on April 23, the only fathomable reason his parents can surmise is God needed a driver. Noah is survived by his proud parents, Scott and Tami Lowman, his only sister Madison Quinn along with her boyfriend, Gavin Miller, that he loved like a brother. He is also survived by his Maternal Great Grandma, Velma King, his Grandparents, Barry and Kathy Rouzer and Ruff and Czesia Lowman, Aunts Gretchen (Tim) Gearhart, Lindsey (Gabe) Weidner, and Rosemary Ashlie, Uncles Alex Lowman and John (Samantha) Shoop. Numerous cousins, Great Aunt and Uncles. He had a large family that loved him dearly. He also leaves behind his beloved dog, Hadie. Noah was presently attending Rosedale Technical College that he was passionate about; he loved his school and made some fantastic friends. He was also employed by Midas, that he often referred to as his “Midas family”. Noah had a love for life. He loved the outdoors – riding his bike, camping, and mowing the lawn was his favorite. His true passion was vehicles, all things gas or diesel powered but you better make sure it is a manual. He played the drums for 7 years at Ferndale and loved his band family. Noah touched so many lives as he was just a likeable person, he volunteered every year at This is It just because he enjoyed helping out. He had numerous close friends and loved having the Gang- Sean, Richie, Ivan, and Tyler over for fire night. He had a special relationship with his Paps – with his Pap Rouzer – garage time and setting off fireworks, with his Pap Lowman – camping. Friends received 4 to 8 pm Monday at Harris Funeral Home, 500 Cherry Lane, Richland, where Funeral Service will be held at 11 am Tuesday. Private interment at the convenience of the family. (Online condolences may be posted to www.wharrisfuneralhome.com)
I miss you Noah. My boys are lucky to have had such an amazing person to look up to and they loved being with you, we all did. You made me an aunt for the first time and Ill never forget how that changed me and all the great memories. It wasnt possible to be anything but happy when you were around, you cared so deeply about everyone and so genuine. I love you and youll always be with us.
Aunt Lee Apr 30 2019 12:00 AM
When we think of Noah, we remember his smile. His was always particularly cheerful and warm; a kind soul. That smile will forever be seared on our hearts. Noah had a gift for striking up conversations, but at the same time was a good listener. Not many have these two gifts but he had them in abundance. Many have described Noah as a young man who had style with ease. He had style, charm and a gift for putting people at ease. Noah, you were our first grandchild and will forever hold a place in our hearts.
Pap and Nanna Lowman Apr 29 2019 12:00 AM
A Healing Tears - Blue and White was ordered on April 29, 2019
Expression of Sympathy Apr 29 2019 12:00 AM
Scott, Maythose sweet memories of Noah that will remain in your heart forever helpease your sorrow. I hope you will find strength in your faith and the knowledge that you will indeed meet again. It is sometimes hard to understand why God needs his newest angels.
Beth Palmer Apr 29 2019 12:00 AM
A SPATHIPHYLLUM was ordered on April 29, 2019
Expression of Sympathy Apr 29 2019 12:00 AM
Rhea and Sabine Crosley are grieved by your great loss. We will be praying for you.
Rhea Crosley Apr 29 2019 12:00 AM
Thinking back to January 21, 2000. It was a Friday and a new little life had come into the world, and Scott and Tamis lives were changed. They became parents and discovered that they had a little miracle. At maybe 3 months old, Noah proceeded to abscond with my wifes heart during one of our get togethers when Tami laid him on Samanthas chest for a cat nap. At only 3 months old, Noah was already stealing hearts. Years later he grew into a fine gentleman, with a sense of style, a great personality and one of the most genuine people I have known. When our families would get together in Severna Park, Annapolis, Johnstown, Berkeley Springs (the butter run), Richmond, and Virginia Beach, we all had the best time, affectionately known as Shooppy time. Once in Virginia Beach when the kids were venturing out on their own for the day, I asked Noah to keep an eye on Morgan for mebecause we knew Noah to be very trustworthy. Other fun memories include Noah, Madison, Morgan and I racing around in the play area at the Annapolis mall when the kids were younger, and when Noah took me off-roading, eating crabs, making damson liquor, and of course there was the Slinky Action Zone. Good times! We love you, and we will miss you more than we could put into words.
John and Samantha Apr 28 2019 12:00 AM
An Angel's Arms was sent on April 28, 2019
Thinking of you all and sending constant prayers for strength, comfort & peace in the days ahead. So Much Love, Chris, Steph & Libbi LeDuff Rick & Felicia Lohr
Expression of Sympathy Apr 28 2019 12:00 AM
To the Lowman Family, our deepest sympathy for the tragic loss of Noah. Our son Brody and Noah were roommates at Rosedale. Brody often spoke of how good of a friend Noah was. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Brody, Doug and Desi Jackson Apr 28 2019 12:00 AM
Tami, Scott and Madison, we are praying for healing hearts and some shred of comfort. Noah was an exceptionally kind, polite, sweet boy who will be remembered in our hearts. May God grant you all peace! Dave and JoJo
Jocelyn Brett Apr 28 2019 12:00 AM