Lowell Edward McCammack


Lowell Edward McCammack, 82, of Bainbridge, passed away Wednesday, October 30, 2019 at Life’s Journey in Avon. He was born on December 21, 1936 to the late Herman McCammack and Irene (Wilson) and Charles Rogers. On June 3, 1956 in Bainbridge, he married Patsy Ann (Hanks) McCammack. She survives.

Lowell was a member of the Bainbridge United Methodist Church, the Bainbridge Fire Department, as well as a member of the Bainbridge Town Board, and the Bainbridge Cemetery. He owned and operated the Marathon Gas Station and Wrecker Service for many years. He also worked as a meat cutter for Hanks Regal Grocery, and as a real-estate agent, and auctioneer.  Lowell loved wheeling and dealing, working hard, and spending time with his “buddies”, his  family and friends. He will be greatly missed by so many.

He is survived by his wife; Patsy McCammack, Bainbridge, Janet (Jerry) Miller, Bainbridge, Julie (Bruce) Harbison, Roachdale, four grandchildren; Brittney Miller, Brook (Jake) Mullis, Dalton (Cara) Harbison, Danielle (Garrett) Porter, great grandchildren; Lilly Powell, Beckham and Lucy Mullis, Miles Porter, one brother, Richard (Nancy) McCammack, Greencastle, several nieces and nephews, half brother; Ronnie McCammack and half sister Bertha McCammack.

He was preceded in death by his parents, brother and sister-in-law, William (Maxine) McCammack, and great grandson Rylan Powell.

A Celebration of Life Service will be held at 1:00PM Saturday, November 2, 2019 at Bainbridge United Methodist Church 302 East Main Street, Bainbridge, IN 46105 with Pastor Casey Archer officiating. Friends may visit with the family from 10:00AM-1:00PM on Saturday at the church.

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11 thoughts on “Lowell Edward McCammack

  • Sally Fowler

    So sorry to hear of Lowell’s passing. He was always so helpful to my mother and sister. Julie; I know you will miss him. Remember the good times and the life lessons he taught you and he’s never really gone. Thinking of you fondly and praying for your family. Sally (Dodd) Fowler

  • Suzie Alenduff Matthews

    He always made me laugh. When talking to him you never knew what he would say! My best memory of Lowell, I was 16 years old. Mom and I were in a bad car accident in Danville. We were hit head on by a tri- axel dump truck and he towed what was left of it out to our house. After he dropped it off he stopped up at the house and he said, “Man , Suzie you don’t mess around. When you do it, you do good.” I told”yeah and this is my first accident, wait till I get some practice.” He will be GREATLY missed. I also remember talking to him at Britney’s wedding. His sight was failling, but as soon as he heard my voice, have me a big hug. Dad is up there welcoming Lowell home.

  • Suzie Alenduff Matthews

    He always made me laugh. When taking to him you never knew what he would say! My best memory of Lowell, I was 16 years old. Mom and I were in a bad car accident. We were hit head on by a tri axel dump truck and he towed what was left of it out to our house. After he dropped it off it stopped up at the house and he said, “Man , Suzie you don’t mess around. When you do it you do good.” I told”yeah and this is my first accident, wait till I get some practice.” He will be GREATLY missed. I also remember talking to him at Britney’s wedding. His sight was falling, but as soon as he heard my voice, have me a big hug. Dad is up there welcoming Lowell home.

  • Paula Lickliter and family

    We, who worked at the Bainbridge Post Office during the 1980’s and 1990’s always looked forward to Lowell picking up his mail every morning..He always left us laughing. with his stories and humor. Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to Patsy and all of his loving family. Rest In Peace, Lowell,

  • Leroy and Linda Blocher

    Sorry for your loss. Lowell was a great guy. Sorry we didn’t get to the calling but our prayers are with you and your family.

  • Frank and Margaret

    We are still in shock over the news. We will miss him terribly. He always made us laugh and we enjoyed every minute we spent with him. Patsy know we are thinking of you every minute and wish we could somehow lessen your pain. Love you.

  • Pat Mccammack

    Lowell will be missed. He was a great husband to Patsy. A loving father to Janet and Julie. And loved his grands. Health issues will keep us from the service but we will be there in spirit and love. God Bless all the family. I love you Patsy. My memories of you and Lowell will be cherished.