Warren F. Low II
Warren F. Low II,
78, husband of the late Nancy J. (Silver) Low and longtime North Shore
resident died Saturday, January 30, 2016 in Twin Oaks Healthcare Center,
Danvers, following his long illness.
Mr. Low was born in
Salem on August 24, 1937, son of the late Roswell B. and Rebecca
(Carter) Low. He was raised in Essex, a graduate of Gloucester High
School Class of 1955 and Lowell Technical Institute. He served a
peacetime enlistment in the United States Army. Married in 1970, the
Lowís made their home in Essex for several years before relocating to
Topsfield where they raised their son. While in high school, he was
employed at the Cape Ann National Bank in Gloucester. He was later
employed at the First National Bank of Ipswich, and he later served as
branch manager in the Rowley office. Most recently, he was employed at
the Cape Ann Savings Bank from which he retired in 2003 as Executive
Vice President and Assistant Treasurer. During his tenure at the Cape
Ann Savings Bank, he developed many strong and enduring relationships,
of which he always recalled fondly. He also served many years as the
President of the North Shore Credit Association.
Mr. Low held a strong
passion for baseball, having fond memories of the Boston Braves. Earlier
in his life, Mr. Low found a love for downhill skiing, which he often
enjoyed with his cousin Dana Carter.
He was a longtime
member of St. Johnís Episcopal Church in Gloucester, where he served as
an acolyte, and also sang in their choir as a young boy. He was also a
member of the Topsfield American Legion, Post #293 and the Essex Lionís
He is survived by one
son, Anthony J. Low and his wife Nicole E. of Boston; a brother, John C.
Low of Gloucester; a nephew, Steven Low of Gloucester; niece Beverly Low
of Essex, and special friend, Holly Glass of Connecticut.
His funeral service
will be held Wednesday, February 3 at noon in the Whittier-Porter
Funeral Home, 6 High Street, Ipswich followed by interment with Military
Honors in the Hillside Cemetery, Seabrook, New Hampshire. Family and
friends are respectfully welcomed. Visiting hours are 4 to 7 pm on
Tuesday, February 2.