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Jeri Lynn Lowry Memorial
Jeri Lynn Lowry Memorial

Jeri Lynn Lowry

Jeri Lynn Lowry

Sunday, September 25th, 2016

Jeri Lynn (Earley) Lowry, 48, a resident of Concrete, passed away on September 25, 2016 at home.

Jeri was born November 29, 1967 in Tracy, California to James Lloyd and Ramona Evelyn (Tarr) Earley. Her family moved to Concrete when she was eight years old. Growing up in Concrete, she was actively involved in sports, playing Softball, Volleyball and Basketball. She loved and played in many adult Softball leagues as well. She graduated from Concrete High School in 1985. She worked in the Alaskan fishing industry for many years and enjoyed that life. Jeri met her husband, Martin in 2001 and they married in lowry-jeri-22003. Her greatest joy was their son, Levi. He was her whole world and looked forward to watching him grow as he enters his high school years. Jeri attended Nursing School at Skagit Valley College and worked as a Geriatrics Nurse for many of the local nursing homes. She loved being a nurse and took great pride in it. She had a smile that lit up a room and a laugh that was so infectious that you could not help but laugh with her. She was a wonderful poet and artist, had a great sense of humor, enjoyed being the center of attention, and loved her family very much.

Jeri is survived by her husband, Martin Lowry, of Concrete; children, Marissa L. Sproat and her fiancé, Brian Edwards, of Everett, and Levi H. Lowry, of Concrete; father, James (Val) Earley, of Concrete; sisters, Sonda Earley, of Concrete, and Billie (Tony) Bjornstad, of Burlington; granddaughter, Lily Rayne, of Everett; nephews, Rusty (Allie) Wilson, of San Diego, CA, and Kyle Wilson, of Concrete; niece, Katie (Tyler) Colwell, of Concrete; brothers in law, Michael P. (Cathy) Lowry, David (Suzanne) Lowry, and Ken Lowry; father in law, Kenneth Pat Lowry.

She was preceded in death by her mother, Ramona Earley, and brother, Dennis Earley, who were there to welcome her with open arms.

A Memorial Gathering will be announced later via Facebook. Memorial contributions may be made in her name to Northwest Youth Services, 2204 Riverside Drive #210, Mount Vernon (360) 336-1988. Cremation arrangements are under the care of Lemley Chapel, Sedro-Woolley. Please share your memories of Jeri and sign the online guest register.


  • Uncle Sid

    Jeri …
    Is walking with God. Mother & Brother … She is smiling and without any emotional pains or worries.

    Thanks for being a very important part of all the lives you touched.

  • Lisa Bell-Feist

    Aw Jeri my heart is broken, this is way to early ! So many memories between you, me and Billie ! Always at the other end of the bedroom ! So sweet and happy ! I have missed you over the years, but you will always remain in my heart , forever ! Rest now beautiful and one day I will see you again ! Tell mom and Dennis Hi for me, as I miss them as well ! Love you forever and always !

  • Clara barker

    I just remember her being a loving and cheerful soul. Always a very friendly person. She will be missed by her family and friends.

  • Nancy Swalling

    My thoughts are with you all. I didn’t know Jerri Lynn; but I know her family members and I know their hearts are sadden. From what I read in her obituary, she was a wonderful woman. How grateful you must feel to have had she in your lives.

  • Mary Nick

    I remember when you girls came to Concrete,we were instant friends!Jeri was younger than me but I can remember her, as you say “Infectious”smile!!All through school I can remember how good she was at sports,must run in the family,”Big Mac”For a home run?Anyway after I left school after Mom passed,I never seen Jeri again,but when your Mom and Dennis passed,I had thought about her and what she was up to,and again remembered that “Infectious”smile.She will always be remembered to me as warm hearted and fun loving.Rest in Peace Jeri❤

  • Aunt Rainy

    I remember Jeri as being a fun loving girl. She was pretty, intelligent, and a good athlete. Her mom and dad were so proud of her. I bet they never missed a game that Jeri was in. We will miss you Jeri! God’s peace and comfort to the Earley family.

  • Billie

    I miss you my sister. I can’t believe you are gone. I don’t know how to handle things without you to turn to. You were my best friend for so long life will never be the same. I love you forever.

  • Pauline Spangenberg

    I will be forever grateful knowing and loving my niece, Jeri Lynn Earley. She had a beautiful smile all of her life. I remember a great visit I had with her about four years ago when we visited her in Washington. She was proud of Levi and wanted nothing but the best for him. I am happy that she was able to participate in the nursing field–she was compassionate. May the Lord bless Martin and Levi as they continue in life knowing that Jeri is not suffering. You will be missed, Jeri! Aunt Polly

  • Tiffany Gardner

    I can honestly say she was one of the best and most influential people in my life. Her laughter was contagious and she always made people feel happy in her presence. The world lost a good woman and Levi a mother who really loves him. He is lucky to have the family he does and will be well loved. You’re all being thought of. Take time for yourselves and hold eachother close. -Tiff

  • Brooke Howell

    I spent many days at the Earley household as a youngster as she welcomed the new girl on the block to Concrete. I will miss Jeri and her friendly smile that brought a smile to my face every time I talked to her. Rest peacefully sweet lady and hug your momma and brother for us. Love Brooke Howell

  • James & Shelley Ferguson

    It is with a heavy heart that we say goodbye to you. Our families shared some wonderful memories over many years. Fly with the Angels, my friend, and leave your troubles behind! Sending our love to your family.

  • Kris Peterson Lawhorn

    I met Jeri up at Baker Lake Resort where her mom worked. I spent many a weekend at their house in Concrete. She always had that smile on her face. I can remember her coming to stay with me during spring break in our Junior year. The fun we had. The mischief that Billie, Jeri and I got into made some wonderful memories to cherish! You will be missed dearly!

  • Becki Hoover

    Jeri always had a huge smile and infectious laugh. Prayers, thoughts and hugs go out to you Levi, Jim, Sonda, Billie snd your entire family. We are so sorry for your loss. ❤️Becki and Les Hoovet