Captain James Thomas Lowman, A.S.P. (Ret.)
Funeral Date: 12/22/2009

Captain James Thomas Lowman, Arkansas State Police, (Ret.), age 86, of Warren, AR. died Sunday December 20, at Wagnon Place Nursing Home. Born August 25, 1923 in Pine Bluff, AR. a son of the late John Thomas Lowman and Ila Babcock Lowman he was a retired Captain for the Arkansas State Police, member First Baptist Church, World War II Army Air Corps. veteran and the widower of Carmen Young Lowman who died March 9, 2006. They were united in marriage February 7, 1950 in Warren, AR. Survivors are a half brother John S. “Jack” Lowman, Decatur, AL. and a sister Mildred Meyer, Pine Bluff, AR. Funeral services were 1:30 p.m. Tuesday December 22, Frazer’s Chapel with Rev. Greg Stanley and John S. “Jack” Lowman officiating. Linda Barrett was organist and Marlin Raines soloist. Burial with Arkansas State Police honors was in Oakland Cemetery by Frazer’s Funeral Home. Active pallbearers were John D. Williams, Wade Wherry, Larry Wherry, Dennis Squires, Bill Jones and R.P. Outlaw.



Name: Lisa Nasworthy
Message: Linda and Larry, I am so sorry to hear of Mr. Lowman's passing. He was so blessed to have you all in his life. My family and I will be praying for you all.

Name: Vicki Lambert
Message: Linda: I just wanted you to know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. I know you took care of Capt. Lowman for many years and he was in the best hands this earth count offer. Now he is in the hands of Jesus and we will all meet him someday again. Take care and know that I love you so much.

Name: Carolyn Ashcraft
Message: Farewell dear, sweet James. Rest in peace until we meet in Heaven. Your Lowman/Gwin/Ashcraft cousins will remember you fondly.

Name: Heath Reep
Message: Thoughts and prayers to Mr Larry, Mrs Linda and the rest of the family.

Name: b.j. johnson
Message: Thanks Linda for taking care of Capt.all these years. I will miss him and the time that we could pray together. We know where he is, we know he is with Jesus and that is where we find comfort.

Name: Evon Arledge Collins
Message: Sincere sympathy to Mildred and family. We were neighbors and playmates as children at Pine Bluff. Bless all.

Name: Maylon Rice
Message: Captian Jimmy Lowman was one of the "real heroes" of the Arkansas State Police. He was a fair man, a good lawman and a great person. I will miss him. He was a solid figure of good law enforcement with out any question of his integrity or honor.

Name: Mildred Gwin Hitt

Name: Jimmy and Fran Reep
Message: Linda and Larry, Our prayers are with you. Mr. Lowman cared about you He is having a good time now.

Name: Brenda & Eddie Pope
Message: Ms. Linda, You are in my thoughts and prayers during this time. You took very good care of Capt. Lowman and he loved you very much. I know it must be hard, but he is where he has wanted to be for a long time, he is with the Lord and we can trust and know we will see him again one day. I love you. Brenda