Randy Wayne Lowe
Randy Wayne Lowe, 66, known to some as the "Dairy Queen Man" or the "Old Car Guy" passed away June 19th, surrounded by his family at Bowers Hospice House in Beckley.
Born July 21, 1952, Randy was the son of Reba Thorne (Drumheller) Lowe and Hunter Ralph Lowe Sr.
He served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War where he received a Bronze Star.
Randy loved cars, from model cars in his youth to street rods and antiques as he grew older. He was a diehard Dale Earnhardt Sr. fan and also enjoyed traveling.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his sister, Rheta J. Cullop; his brother, Hunter R. Lowe Jr. (Chipper) and his father-in-law, Ernest Carl Argabrite.
He is survived by his wife of 45 years, Linda Argabrite Lowe; his sisters, Sharon L. Belcher, Judith A. Cullop; mother-in-law, Patricia Sue Argabrite; sister-in-law, Carol (Gary) Calvert; brother-in-laws, Ron (Claudette) Argabrite, Joe (Elizabeth) Argabrite, and Jim (Cindy) Argabrite, along with several nieces and nephews.
There will be a Remembrance Service Saturday, Sept. 21, at 11 a.m. Service will be at Cross Point Church, 110 Crescent Rd., Beckley, WV. Dress casually and join us as we remember Randy.
Published on September 18, 2019


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Ron Argabrite
Sep 20, 2019
A memorial tree was planted in memory of Randy Wayne Lowe.  Plant a tree
Mark Qualls
Sep 20, 2019
A memorial tree was planted in memory of Randy Wayne Lowe.  Plant a tree
Sue Argabrite
Sep 20, 2019
Randy was always ready to help his favorite mother in law. His pay was peach cobbler.
LOVE you Randy & MISS You .
Beth McQuillen Cain
Sep 18, 2019
Linda, I was just 16 yrs old when I started working for you and Randy. What a great influence you both were in my life. I'm grateful to have known such an awesome couple who taught me great work ethics and who appreciated a job well done. I could talk to you and Randy as friends as well as the greatest boss's. I'm truly sorry for your loss and you're in my thoughts and prayers❤🙏 Love you
Ron Argabrite
Sep 18, 2019
Randy always loved kids. My daughter Karlee enjoyed being around him and his smile. He did some wonderful things for me in my past. He had a unconditional love for my sister Linda. Randy loves his family and we will forever love him.
John Calvert
Sep 18, 2019
You were always there whenever I needed advice or a swift kick in the ass. You taught me a lot about cars, a lot about life, a lot about friendship, and a lot about ignoring those who hate out of ignorance. I'm sorry I couldn't be there at the very end but I know that would have been one of the times you would have kicked me in the ass and told me I have a mission to complete. I will forever celebrate our time together and our relationship. You and Chipper don't raise to much hell and maybe they'll let you stay up in heaven. I love you old man.