In Memory of

Lowell

Nathaniel

Anderson

Obituary for Lowell Nathaniel Anderson

Lowell Nathaniel Anderson of Fayetteville NC, son of the late James and Apostle Faythe “Carr” Anderson was born at
Brunswick Hospital in New York on November 25, 1964. Lowell graduated in 1983 from Copiague High School in Copiague New York.

All who knew Lowell knew him warmly by a number of different names throughout his life. However, everyone also knew him because he was so loud, so loud, you could literally hear him coming a mile away. Lowell was very fond of detailing his cars, he was a fisherman, an outdoors man, and he loved grilling well prepared food. He was a fearless individual, dressed sharp, was clever, skilled in his trade, and a dedicated worker. Lowell specialized in home and car repairs, demolition, and landscaping. Everyone he came across, from his friends and relatives in New York and North Carolina all the way down to Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana, never forgot him and grew to love and admire him. You will never meet another person like Lowell, who was a gentle soul, committed to his family, and a man of his word. Lowell was in charge as a Supervisor and Forklift Operator at Stewart Moving & Storage in Belcamp, Maryland, and he loved what he did for a living.
He was promoted as a result of how well he knew his job. His coworkers loved working with because he would tell them to “tighten up” to motivate his team. Lowell was a man of order and standing his ground, and he never backed down from anyone or anything. He passed unexpectedly on his birthday, but as his family we know that he didn’t go out without a fight, he was a warrior. Lowell led a productive life that was loud, filled with good times laughing, and loving memories. Lowell was the fourth oldest of seven children. He was preceded in death in addition to his parents by two brothers and one sister; Timothy Paul, Jeffrey and Jocelyn. He fathered one child by which he survived, Shelly
Rae Ashe and one grandson, Ronnell Shawn Giles, Jr. Lowell came from a loving home of four brothers, Jimmy, David, Jeffrey and Timothy Paul, as well as two sisters, Sabrina and Jocelyn. He has two nephews, Phillip Anderson and Norman Anderson and three nieces, Shannel Pope, Jacklyn Pope, Faythe-Ivy Anderson and a host of close cousins and relatives that were near and loved him dearly. Today we are celebrating the life of Lowell, a true blessing. He was a son,
a brother, a devoted husband, a father and uncle who loved his family especially his brothers, Jimmy, David and Jeffrey, his sisters, Sabrina and Jocelyn and his daughter, Shelly. Lowell made many lifelong friends and
we all will deeply miss him, rest in peace Lowell.