James Jewel Lowrey, age 91, of rural Coffeyville, KS went to be with his Lord on Wednesday, March 3, 2022 at Coffeyville Regional Medical Center. \n\nJames was born on July 26, 1930 at home near Hickory Creek, Lenapah, OK to John and Vola (Sherron) Lowrey. He was the fourth of six children born to the couple. \n\nJames grew up fishing, hunting and trapping on the Verdigris River. As he grew older, he and his brother Jack would ride their horses to the Lowry Ranch and help with the haying season. James loved horses and riding and rode until this past Christmas when he gifted his granddaughter his horse. \n\nJames attended grade schools in Lenapah and for a short time in Tulsa. After the family moved back to Lenapah, he attended Lenapah High School. There is where he met the love of his life Doris L. Bowman in tenth grade when her family moved from Coffeyville to rural South Coffeyville. \n\nAfter he graduated, he went to work at Morrow Foundry. Soon, he enlisted in the Air Force and served three years, from December 1950-1953. He was stationed in Washington and Okinawa before returning stateside. He returned home and began working at Parmac as a welder. During layoffs he also worked at Levenworth Steel and the Co-op Refinery. \n\nHe married Doris Bowman on Easter Sunday, April 18th, 1954 at Rock Creek Church of God in rural South Coffeyville. \n\nHe attended church services at Rock Creek Church of God and was saved and baptized under Pastor M.C. George. James also served as an elder and Sunday School teacher for many years. He was involved in the construction of the buildings on the church grounds that were used to hold camp meetings yearly. \n\nHe had strong Christian beliefs and the life he lived was a walking testimony to all who met him. He prayed daily for family, friends, the unsaved, the sick, anyone who needed a closer relationship with God and for the betterment of our nation. He always said we were lucky to have been born in America where we had the freedom and the opportunity others did not have. \n\nHe loved his family very much and enjoyed all the many times spent together. He loved to take hunting, fishing,and vacation trips to Colorado, Wyoming and many other locations. He had been to every state west of the Mississippi except one and made sure his children visited a lot of educational places besides the fun places. \n\nHe was preceded in death by an infant daughter; his parents, his brothers, Walter "Gene", Jack, John Jr., and two sisters, Beulah Scullawl and Mary Ellen Victor. \n\nSurviving to carry on his memory is his wife Doris, of the home. His son, Stephen and wife, Carol (Logan) Lowrey of rural Lenapah. His daughter, Brenda and her husband, William Mock of rural Coffeyville. Three grandsons and their families; Kyle and Bailey and children Koen, Holden, and JoElle; Wes and Brittanie and their children Lyla and Brody; Jacob and Nikki and their children Alexandra, Jenner and Jagger. One granddaughter, Danielle Lowrey and her fiance Mitch Bouy and their children Kailen, Fallyn, Aria, and Cadence. He is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews, and two sister-in-laws, Dora Bowman and Charlotte Bowman. \n\nVisitation will be held on Wednesday, March 9, 2022 from 1:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. at David W. Barnes Funeral Home in Coffeyville, Kansas. The family will greet friends on Wednesday evening at the funeral home from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. \n\nFuneral Services will be held on Thursday, March 10, 2022 at 2:00 p.m. at Grace Fellowship Church in Coffeyville. Pastor Danny Carter of the Church of God in Tulsa, Oklahoma will officiate. \n\nGraveside Committal Services will follow at the Veteran's Patio at Fairview Cemetery in Coffeyville. James will be laid to rest in Restlawn Cemetery. \n\nThe family suggests memorial contributions can be made to the Church of God of Tulsa, Oklahoma; these may be left with the funeral home or mailed in care of David W. Barnes Funeral Home 306 N. Cline Rd., Coffeyville, KS 67337.