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Obituary for Jewel Dean Bingham Lowder

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Jewel Dean Bingham Lowder

August 4, 1923 - December 12, 2013

Jewel Dean Bingham Lowder passed away on December 12, 2013. She was born in Wilson Lane, Utah on August 4, 1923 to Frank A. and Luella Hutchins Bingham. She graduated from Weber High School and married her high school sweetheart, Shurley Dean Lowder in Tucson, Arizona on March 31, 1945. Survived by sons James A. (Patricia) Lowder, Pocatello, Idaho and Richard D. (Lynn) Lowder, Brownwood, Texas.

Cremation has been performed as per her wishes under the direction of Leavitt’s Mortuary.


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Born: August 4, 1923
Died: December 12, 2013

Condolences for Jewel Dean Bingham Lowder

Don & Lolane Andra posted on 12/18/13

So sorry for the loss of your mother Jim. It must be a comfort for you to know that she is in a better place. We come to earth to receive a body and to enjoy the journey. We know that Jewel did just that. May you remember the memories that you have made with your parents. Families are most precious to us. May you feel comfort knowing where she is. We love you and Pat very much.


Frank Bingham family posted on 12/16/13

Jewel Dean family, We were sad to read of Aunt Jewel Dean's passing. She is the last of that generation to leave us. She was always such a classy lady. Always so well dressed with her hair neatly done. She had such a little girl voice you could always tell when she was around. I'm sure there is a grand reunion right now with all of the brother's and sisters. She will be missed. She was so kind to come to Dad's funeral this last July. I know it was hard for her to get around. Our deepest condolences to all of you. Frank Bingham Family


Patricia Lowder posted on 12/15/13

Dear Mom, Thank you for all of the memories that we all have shared. I will miss you and all of the times that we had talking about many things that you shared with me about when Jim was growing up. Thank you for being there when my own mother and father passed on and caring about me.Thank you for welcoming me in your family when Jim and I married. Thank you for always remembering me in all of the special occasions like my birthday, etc. I pray for you to rest in peace and to be with all of your loved ones that have gone before you. You were a special mother-in-law and I loved you very much. I will always remember all of the times that we all went fishing at Chesterfield spending the weekends there. Also the many weekends through the years in the mountains when Jim and dad went hunting. I will always be thankful for all that you gave me and will treasure the memories. There are so many memories that I could list but that would take up too much space so just know that you were really special in my life and I will hold on to thoses memories for the rest of my life. Bye for now until we meet again. Love you, Your daughter-in-law, Pat