Lamona (Claridge) Lowitz Meyers, 77

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Lamona (Claridge) Lowitz Meyers “went to heaven” peacefully on Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017.

She was born on Jan. 9, 1940, in Kalispell to Lyman H. and Lillian (Viano) Claridge.

Grandma grew up in Kalispell, married Bud Lowitz and together they raised three amazing children.

She loved to play golf with her dad, was a professional ceramic instructor and had a love for horses. She went to Kinmon Business School in Spokane and went to work at Conrad Bank in Kalispell. Later, she was the bookkeeper for LHC Incorporated for many years. After leaving LHC she became a partner at Lowitz Custom Shoppe in Kalispell.

After 30 years of marriage, Grandma and Grandpa decided to go their separate ways.

Grandma loved life; she was a true genuine person, who sparkled. She enjoyed hearing the love and laughter that surrounded her while we gathered around the table visiting with family and friends. Family was most important to her.

She married Marvin Meyers in 1992 and co-owned Marvin Meyers Logging. Work took them to Utah in 1996 and it remained her home until her passing. She loved the colors and the sun in Utah.

“Mom — Grandma — The hardest part wasn’t losing you, the hardest part is learning to live without you.”

She was preceded in death by her loving husband, Marvin Meyers; her parents, Lyman and Lillian Claridge; and her sister, Loretta Grosswiler.

Grandma is survived by her brother, Roger (Deane) Claridge; son, Rod (Karen) Lowitz, grandkids, Nicole (Matt) Tindale, great-grand babies, Kaitlynn and Ryker, grandkids, Danielle (Dustin)

Bowen; son, Dave (Melanie) Lowitz, grandkids, Kayla Lowitz, Kelsey (Trent) Burton; daughter, Lisa (Charlie) Sweet, grandkids, Malea, Shelby and Brianna Sweet; and many nieces and nephews.

“We know your love will always be with us. May the Lord bless you and keep you.”

There will not be a funeral due to grandma’s wishes, but we will celebrate her amazing life at a later date.

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