Penwell Turner Funeral Home - Shelby, Ohio

Lowell Leonard Amick

Lowell Leonard Amick, age 80, of Hartville, died late Sunday, May 31, 2015 at Mercy Medical Center in Canton.


Lowell was born May 9, 1935 in Hartville, Ohio, the son of the late Ernest and Edith (Grubb) Amick. He was a 1953 graduate of Hartville High School and, following his service in the United States Army, graduated in 1961 with a B.S. from John Carroll University in Math Education. While in the Army, Lowell served with the U.S. Army Security Agency in Berlin, Germany. He also attended Army Language School studying Russian. Lowell began his career as a math teacher at John Adams High School in Cleveland. Following teaching he worked at Republic Steel in Cleveland, Tappan Stove Company in Mansfield, and Geauga Plastics in Crestline which later became Carlisle Engineering from which he retired. Lowell was a member of Advent Lutheran Church in Uniontown and was formerly a long-time member of Clay Memorial Lutheran Church in Mansfield where he served at the church treasurer for 40 years and spent many years as a youth/adult Sunday school teacher. In addition to being a member of Amoy Seniors, Lowell enjoyed gardening, the outdoors, and camping.


Lowell is survived by his wife: Mary M. (Brinson) Amick, whom he wed on April 16, 1966; a daughter: Jennifer (Curtis) Clevinger of Hartville; 3 grandsons: Alexander, Nathaniel, and Ian Clevinger; a sister: Ann Moor of Hartville; a sister-in-law: Myra Miller of Van Wert: 2 nieces and a nephew: Danielle Miller, Michelle (Josh) Lyons and their son, Estin, and Michael Moor. In addition to his parents, Lowell was preceded in death by and infant daughter: Kathleen Amick, and two brothers-in-law: Charles Moor and Dr. Thomas Miller.


Family and friends are welcome on Wednesday, June 3, 2015 from 6-8 PM at Advent Lutheran Church, 1516 Edison Street NW, Uniontown, Ohio, 44685 and also on Thursday, June 4, 2015 from 9:30-11AM at Clay Memorial Lutheran Church, 1061 Amoy East Road, Mansfield, Ohio, 44903 where funeral services will be conducted at 11 AM. Pastor Carol Kilgore and Pastor Bob Cheyney, Jr. will officiate and burial will follow in Mt. Hope Cemetery in Shiloh. Care for Lowell and his family is being provided by Bob, Catherine, and Jake at the Turner Funeral Home in Shelby. Memorial Contributions may be made to Clay Memorial Lutheran Church or Advent Lutheran Church Building Fund.


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  1. Susan & Jerry Smith & family says:

    Lowell was such a special man. He dedicated his life to Clay and meticulously watched over our finances along with the MANY other duties he and Mary took on. He was a great thinker and a wonderful adult Sunday School leader. Never heard a mean word from him. I am sure that Heaven is rejoicing to have such a man there. May God bring your family comfort in the coming days knowing you are in a better place. Love, the Smith family

  2. Richard Johnson says:

    Dick and Mary Lou Johnson and Dick and Twila Dysle, (cousins) wish to express their condolences on the passing of Lowell. Family gets separated far to often and this is the ultimate separation. Rest in peace.

  3. Joanne Wrasse says:

    Lowell was a loyal member of the Mohican Native Plant Society for many years, along with Mary and Jennifer. So, on behalf of the Steering Committee, and for the members of the Mohican Native Plant Society, I would like to express our sincere sympathy to his family. He will be missed. God bless and keep you.

  4. John Savage says:

    As a former member of the Army Security Agency and a fellow Russian Linguist and one of the Admins of the Atmy Security Agency Facebook Group I want to express our sincere condolence to Lowell’s family and friends on his loss. My prayers and the prayers of his ASA brothers and sisters are extended to the family. John W. Savage, First Sergeant, US Army, Retired.

  5. Dave & Pam Crank says:

    Mary, Our deepest condolences to you and your family on the passing of Lowell. May God surround you with His peace and comfort during this difficult time. Maybe in Heaven we will get to be neighbors there too!

  6. Rocky Schiffel says:

    My deepest condolences to the family and friends. I worked with Lowell at Carlisle Engineered Products. He was a great person and a pleasure to be around.

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