11-Year old Kobe Lowe passes away on Wednesday in Murfreesboro

This is a photo of Kobe at the St. Baldricks cut-a-thon this past March at Lanes, Trains and Automobiles. Kobe's dad John Herman is on the right. Kobe is in the middle. Kobe's good friend Austin Thompson is on the left and Austin's dad is in the back.
This is a picture of Kobe in the early part of 2013.
Bill Taylor holds up a "Kobe's Reinforcements" shirt. Kobe took karate for a short time before his diagnosis.
Photo taken at a fundraiser that was held for Kobe Lowe and Sadie Smith. This was at Barfield Elementary School in November of 2013. Kobe supporters wore the dark green "Kobe's Reinforcements" shirts.
Photo taken at a fundraiser that was held for Kobe Lowe and Sadie Smith. This was at Barfield Elementary School in November of 2013.
Photo taken at a fundraiser that was held for Kobe Lowe and Sadie Smith. This was at Barfield Elementary School in November of 2013.

11-Year old Kobe Lowe passed away on Wednesday (5/14/14). Kobe had been fighting cancer since 2013. The short life of Kobe touched many in the past 8-months. WGNS’ Robert Rickman reported…

 

Kobe passed away peacefully in the arms of his family. WGNS’ Bryan Barrett spoke to Kobe’s friend Austin Thompson and Austin’s mom Heather in March…

 

Visitation will be Friday from 4:00PM to 8:00PM at The Experience Community Church. A celebration of life for Kobe will take place at the church in Murfreesboro on Saturday at 1:00PM. Burial will follow in Roselawn Memorial Gardens.

Complete Obituary from Woodfin Funeral Chapels:

Kobe Michael Lowe, age 11, of Murfreesboro, TN passed away peacefully in the arms of his family, Wednesday, May 14, 2014. He was preceded in death by his brothers, Wyatt and Christopher Herman; great-grandfather, Ramsey Lowe; and step-mother, Bonnie Trail. 

A celebration of life for Kobe will take place at The Experience Community Church in Murfreesboro on Saturday at 1:00PM. Corey Trimble will officiate. Burial will follow in Roselawn Memorial Gardens. Family will serve as pallbearers. 

He is survived by his loving parents, Mike Trail and Brandy and Jonathan Herman; brother, Lane Herman; grandparents, Julie and Donny Lowe, Mary and Billy Trail and Tammy Davis; great-grandparents, Margarete and Billy Pendergrast, Betty Jean Parker, and Jenny Herman; uncle, Mikey Lowe and his wife Crystal; aunt, Brenda Rowland; uncle, Billy Rogers; aunt and uncle, Janene and Shocky Shank; great aunt and uncle, Roger and Elaine Herman; and many cousins. 

Kobe was a member of The Experience Community Church. He loved video games, lego’s, soccer, and animals, especially snakes and dogs. Kobe had a deep passion for the Police and Fire Department and especially loved Juice, a police dog with Murfreesboro P.D. Kobe had a sweet presence, touched many lives and he loved people. He was a very special and unique little boy. He saw Jesus many times when he was very sick. 

Visitation will be Friday from 4:00PM to 8:00PM at The Experience Community Church located at 521 Old Salem Road Murfreesboro, TN 37129. 

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