Karen Kerr Faircloth ‘KK’ Lowery
Published 8:55 am Sunday, January 31, 2016
Karen Kerr Faircloth “KK” Lowery, 62, of Mocksville, died at Forsyth Medical Center surrounded by family on Jan. 24, 2016.
She was born in Forsyth County to Eugene “Bill” Kerr and Mary Hunter Faircloth on Oct. 30, 1953. She graduated from Davie High School in 1972 and continued on to Davidson County Community College and then earned her bachelor’s degree from N.C. State University. She was married to Stanley Allen Lowery on Sept. 1, 1990, they were married for 25 years. They had one child together, her pride and joy, Kathryn “Katie” Kerr Lowery. She worked as a federal tobacco inspector and grader as an ATF agent in the Federal Department of Agriculture. She enjoyed traveling through her reading of novels and listening to bluegrass and county music. She took pride in her cooking and loved to teach children how to cook. She also was a creative writer and was the author of several children’s books about Katie as she grew up, and cook books.
Survivors: her spouse Stanley; daughter, Katie (Charles) of Davie County; sisters, Pamela Faircloth of Davie County, and Ann Brown (Donald); nieces Shirley (Austin) Dutcher and Chris Brown; nephews, Paul and Matthew Head; great-nieces Katie and Sara Ducture of Florida; an adopted child, Ivy Maria and granddaughter Bella Schmitz.
She was preceded in death by her parents and her brother, Fred Baker Faircloth.
A funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 2 at Hayworth-Miller Kinderton Chapel, Advance, with the Rev. Greg Little officiating. The family will receive friends Monday evening at the funeral home.