Mark Lowmiller, M.D.
March 11, 2005

From the Funeral Home

Mark Lee Lowmiller, age 62, died March 11, 2005 in Seattle, Washington. Survivors include his mother Virginia I. (Kuhn) Lowmiller; one sister and brother-in-law, Susan and Mark Shaffer of Bainbridge Island, Washington; his companion, Sherry Rogers of Seattle, Washington; three nephews, Adam Shaffer and spouse, Erin, Kevin and Neal Shaffer. He was preceded in death by his father, Mark D. Lowmiller in 2004.

From his high school memorial page:

While at Shelby High School in Ohio, Mark Lowmiller played football, ran track
and represented the school at Buckeye Boys State. After graduating in 1960,
Mark earned his bachelor's degree at Dartmouth and an M.D. at Johns Hopkins
Medical School. Later he served in the Army. For the last 25 years before his
death from a heart attack on March 11, 2005, Mark had lived in Seattle,
Washington, working as an anesthesiologist. Away from his work, he enjoyed
raising national championship black Labrador retrievers, was a falconer, and
volunteered his anesthesiologist skills at Seattle's Woodland Park Zoo. Mark
raised orchids in his own greenhouse and was a prolific reader.

This brief obituary was found on the web page of Shelby High School - if a more complete obituary can be obtained, it will be added.