Kenneth Scott Lowe
April 23, 1969 - October 4, 2020
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Thomas McAfee - Downtown Chapel
639 North Main Street
Greenville, SC 29601
(864) 232-6733 | Map
Tuesday 10/13, 1:00 pm

Kenneth Scott Lowe, 51, passed away peacefully Sunday, October 4, 2020. Born in Rutherfordton, NC, he was the son of Helen Lowe Gunnels and the late Samuel Harrison Lowe. In addition to his mother, he is survived by his sons, Nicholas Lowe and Peyton Lowe; sister, Denise Godley and husband, Rick; brother, Randy Lowe; niece,…

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Curt Merlina (Smooth) left a message on October 12, 2020:
I was lucky enough to have been friends with Scott back when we were both young men. Scott, along with his brother Randy, and I played a lot of competitive softball back in the 90's. We met when we both played for a team called Shaum's in 1989. He was a tall, strong 20 year old that everyone called "Big". He was a pitcher, a large target on the mound who had lightning quick hands that snagged many screaming line drives that were hit right back at him. Back in those days it was legal to hit the ball back at the pitcher, which made it a high-risk position, especially when playing against some of the very aggressive tournament teams we came up against. Even still, Big loved the competition, and we played most every day of the week in league ball, as well as tournament ball on the weekends.

It wasn't long after Shaum's when Scott was the pitcher for a tournament team called Garrett's Gang. They were a fun team of good, scrappy ball players that won a lot more than they lost. I hadn't seen Big in about a year, but he remembered me and he was able to convince the team to give me try-out at one of the tournaments. It all worked out and I was back on the field with Scotty Lowe and now, Garrett's Gang. This team was a great group of guys who were a lot of fun, and it turned out to be a great experience for me. I can still picture in my mind Scott's long, tall swing at the plate, and every time I imagine it, he hits a screaming line drive into left center field for a single.

I sure hope there are ball teams in heaven, cause I'm sure our friend, Scott Lowe "Big" just made the team. I can only hope that he will recruit me again some day. To Randy, Nick, Peyton and the rest of the family, my thoughts and prayers are with you.
Kathi Owens Gault left a message on October 12, 2020:
I met Scott almost 30 years ago in a pretty scary time of my life! He always had a smile to make me not feel so scared! Over the following years,  I watched him play ball with my friends and family and still always had that smile for me! He brightened a many hard day with his awesome personality and presence! I was lucky enough to see him  and Peyton a few months back and his brightness got my attention right away! We're going to miss you Lowe! We love you! Randy, Nick and Peyton,  you guys are in our thoughts and prayers! Love from Mackie, Amber, Zack, Justin and I
Betty Lowe left a message on October 11, 2020:
I don't need to tell you all how awesome Scott was.  And how much he was loved.  You already know that!!!  I will never forget when Scott came to my birthday party and after we danced he picked me up with my feet dangling, spun me around and squeezed me with a big Scott hug!  He never met a stranger.  I loved to watch him play ball.  He was a great pitcher!!!   He was loved by so many.  Scott was a great dad also.  Scott will always be in our s. I love you so much Scott. Always and forever!!!!  Aunt Betty
Joey Gar left a message on October 11, 2020:
So saddened to hear of Scott's passing. I have so many fond memories of playing softball, bowling and just hanging out with him and the gang back in the day. I hadn't seen him often in recent years, but always enjoyed it when we did run in to each other and catch up some. My heart goes out to Nick, Peyton, Randy, Denise, Helen, Bob and all of the family. He was a great guy and will be dearly missed. RIP Scott!!
Savannah Tolbert left a message on October 10, 2020:
So many memories were made with you these past 3 years. I am so thankful to have been apart of your family and spent so much time with you. Thank you for all the laughs & smiles. I know you’re celebrating up in heaven and dancing around making everyone else smile because that’s what you’ve always done. I love you Big Ken️
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Denna Dunning left a message on October 9, 2020:
I am so very saddened by the passing of Scott, he was a wonderful man and daddy. He was kind & thoughtful of others. He will be missed by so many. My prayers continue for the family especially Nick. I love love ️you young man . I am always here for you. May God give each of you his grace, love and comfort. Love Great Aunt Denna
Ann Goodreaux (Stafford) left a message on October 9, 2020:
We ran into each other a year ago and talked about fun times and our kids. I will truly miss my cousin and my friend. Love to you and your family I will miss you. Ann
caroline yale left a message on October 8, 2020:
Uncle Scott, you were loved by SO many. I will cherish every memory I got to spend with you. I love you so much, keep watch over me️
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