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Harry Stephen Lowe, 71, of Savannah died Tuesday, June 15, 2021, at Select Specialty Hospital with Jeany at his side after complications from open heart surgery.  He was born on January 25, 1950 (a true Aquarius), in Savannah, to the late Henry D. Lowe and Lavada New Blitch.

He is survived by his wife, Virginia “Jeany” Klug Lowe, his sister, Paulette L. Davis, many nieces, nephews, and grand nieces and nephews.  He and Jeany would have celebrated their 44th wedding anniversary on Saturday, June 19th.

Harry served in the Navy during the Vietnam War on the USS William V. Pratt, a guided missile frigate with an Honorable Discharge on January 16, 1976.

Harry was co-owner of Fountain Marine Center for many years and then turned his career to the health insurance industry.  He worked with WellPoint and eventually retired from BenefitMall in 2015.

Harry joined the Savannah Sport Fishing Club in 1985 and was a life-long advocate for conservation and the sport fishing community.  He served multiple terms on the Board of the Savannah Sport Fishing Club as well as the Georgia Coastal Conservation Association.  He released his first Blue Marlin on June 16, 1990 while aboard the boat “Red Heads”.  He and his friend, Ricky Friedenberg, established the SSFC’s “James Lynah Perpetual Trophy”. Saltwater was in his blood and he has finally “gone fishing”. Tight lines my sweetheart.  He was a member of the Savannah Yacht Club and the Club Savannah (a private club of life-long and wonderful friends).

Visitation will be held Friday, June 18th from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. at Gamble Funeral Service, 410 Stephenson Avenue.

Remembrances may be sent to the Savannah Sport Fishing Club, Trout Unlimited, or the Humane Society for Greater Savannah.

Remember his saying “take a kid fishing”.

Online Condolences

  1. Joe Upchurch says:


    I am very sorry to hear of Harry’s passing today. He was one of the
    nicest people I have known and I am so sorry for your loss. My
    thoughts and prayers are with you and family.

  2. Clyde & Avis Loper says:

    Our love and Prayers for Jeany, Paulette and family. We loved Harry and love you all.

  3. Kathy Fitzgerald says:

    Jeany we are so sorry to hear of Harry’s passing.
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and family.
    Andy and Kathy Fitzgerald

  4. Rev, J Thomas Maddox says:

    Harry was a good friend of nine In the US Navy. We went to Boot Camp together and served on the USS English. I am sorry to see him go. I will miss him as we will all miss him. I hope to see him in Heaven when I get there. My prayers go out to the family at this time of great loss.

  5. Jim Vigrass says:

    Prayers for peace and strength for Jeany and the family. Rest In Peace old friend

  6. Harvey Rosenzweig says:

    I am going to miss seeing that friendly face that has been a trademark of the Lowe family longer than my sixty years. On behalf of the entire Rosenzweig family, I extend my sincerest condolences on the life of a mensch.

  7. Mike and Julia DeLoach says:


    We are sad hearing about your loss and have you in our prayers. We have many fond memories of Harry and will miss him very much. Our condolences to you and your family.

    Mike and Julia DeLoach

  8. Doug and Beverly Brown says:

    In our prayers , You can look back and remember that he was one who did it his way .Memories last a lifetime .

  9. Karen Duncan says:

    I’m so sorry about Harry’s passing. I remember him from high school as an out-going, friendly person. It seems as though he enjoyed a rich life after high school, but it was cut too short.

    Karen (Quick) Duncan

  10. Polly Andrews Bean says:

    There are no words to express how sorry I am to hear of Harry’s passing. He was a mentor and friend to me and so many others in our industry. I will continue to pray for you and the family. Much love and lots of hugs!

  11. Amy Hendrix says:

    So sorry to hear about the passing of a one-of-a-kind guy! I worked with Harry at Benefitmall from 2008 until his retirement. He was always a character who always took care of his girls. I will always remember him and his infectious laugh!

  12. Bruce O'Berry says:

    So sorry to hear about my old friend Harry. We went to Jr. High and High School together!! RIP old friend, prayers go out to the family!!

  13. Susie and Franklin Thomas says:

    Franklin was in the Savannah High Band with Harry. It was nice also to live in the same neighborhood with him and Jeany. He was a trouper working through whatever red tape came with resolving things that threatened the neighborhood and we his opinion concerning them.

    Years ago when Jeany was strolling her pet around the neighborhood, she told us Harry had bought the peg stroller for her as a Mothers Day gift. Cute Cute and was a fun memory to think of a husband being so thoughtful and creative.

    We’re grateful we knew him. Gonna miss having him here.

    We are praying for you today, Jeany. <3

  14. Danny and Karen DeLoach says:

    So sorry to hear of Harrys passing. Prayers to you and his family. Always enenjoyed being with you and Harry over these many years. God bless!

  15. Skeet Godbee says:

    Harry was the best boss I ever worked for. We remained friends for over 40 years. I’ll miss seeing him at the Isle of Hope functions. I remember the day he and I went fishing near Daufuskee. He loved the water and especially fishing.. Prayers for Jeany. Rest in peace old friend.

  16. Delia Sadler says:

    Oh, Sweet Friend – I have been out of town and just read of your loss of Harry – your hero and love of your life. My heart cries with yours and I will be sending prayers for God to surround you with his angels to give you love and peace. I am always here for you.

  17. Paula Scott says:

    So sorry to hear of Harry’s passing. I’ve shared many laughs with Harry. He was a business partner who turned into a wonderful friendship. Thoughts & prayers to Jeany, family & friends.

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