Funds Needed for Wife & Two Young Children of Lancaster Lt Brian Lowe #34 (Off Duty Death)

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Lieutenant Brian Lowe #34 served as a law enforcement officer in Ohio for more than 25 years. The majority of his career was with the Lancaster Police Department (22+ years) where he had risen to the rank of Lieutenant. He was serving in the capacity of Detective Bureau and Community Services Commander at the time of his death. Brian was training off-duty in martial arts when he suddenly collapsed and died soon thereafter. His death was totally unexpected and a shock to all who knew him, as well as to our community.

Brian spent several years as a patrol officer and 15 years as a detective for LPD, and also served in the role of Hostage Negotiator. Brian was a two-time winner of the Lancaster Police Department Officer of the Year Award and had been named Detective of the Year three times. He was a recipient of the Chief's Citation of Merit and had received multiple letters of commendation during his career, including those from the U.S. Secret Service and the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. Brian earned his Master's Degree in 2016 in Public Administration. Brian had also proudly served in the U.S. Army as a Paratrooper during Operation Desert Storm.

Brian was as dedicated to his family as he was his job, and leaves behind a wife and two very young children. The financial burdens of his death have mounted, and we are hoping for assistance in raising funds for them as they attempt to make sense of Brian's death, and try to navigate their futures without him in it.


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  • Denise Grefe
    I'm so very sorry for your loss. My prayers are with your family. May God watch over you and help you stay strong during this time.
  • Michael Klarman
  • Kurt Humbert
    Just lit up a Padron. Thinking of you pal. I miss love you. Rest easy up there my friend.
  • Kurt Humbert

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