The community of Fairmont, North Carolina, and the Republican National Committee Headquarters mourn the loss of Cale Lowery. Known for his dedication to public service and active participation in local politics, Lowery’s untimely death on December 7, 2023, has left a deep void in the hearts of those who knew him.
Who was Cale Lowery?
Cale Lowery was a proud native of Fairmont, North Carolina, and a beloved son to Amy Lowery and Cale Lowery Sr. He attended South Robeson High School and Purnell Swett High School. In March 2023, he married Alina Rose Lowery, forming a bond that brought joy and companionship into his life.
Cale was also a proud member of the Lumbee Native American Tribe. His dedication to preserving and promoting his cultural heritage was evident in his community involvement and personal life.
Cale Lowery Career
Lowery had an impressive career trajectory that demonstrated his passion for public service. He served as the Regional Engagement Coordinator at the Republican National Committee Headquarters, where he played an integral role in fostering relationships and coordinating regional activities.
In addition to his role at the Republican National Committee, Lowery was a Safety Board Committee Member at the North Carolina Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company from 2021 to 2023. This part-time role provided him with valuable insight into the state’s top court and allowed him to engage with notable figures such as Judges Richard Dietz and Chris Dillon of the N.C. Court of Appeals, and Robeson County resident Trey Allen, General Counsel for the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts.
Lowery was also pursuing a bachelor’s degree in public policy and administration at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, with aspirations of running for public office or working as a public policy specialist for a government agency.
Christopher Lee JhonsonPlease pray for the Cale Lowery family, during this time, no more needs to be said that isn’t already known. Miranda and myself will keep you in our prayers.
How Did Cale Lowery Die? Know more about his Cause of Death
Cale Lowery’s death was announced by his beloved wife, Alina Rose Lowery, through a social media publication on December 7, 2023. The circumstances surrounding his death have not been made public at the time of this publication. As of now, the family has not disclosed Cale Lowery’s cause of death. The details surrounding his untimely passing remain private at the request of the family.
Cale Lowery Obituary
Cale Lowery’s passing is a significant loss to his family, friends, and the community he served. His dedication to his profession, his passion for public service, and his commitment to his community left an indelible mark on those who knew him.
Alina Rose LoweryMy husband Cale Lowery passed away last night unexpectedly. There’s no details as of yet & as of now I’m not wanting to share the story on social media. My heart is completely broken, and I’m just praying God stays beside me through this. I’m confused, hurt, scared, weak, and I’m not processing this pain very well. Cale loved me perfectly, he is the best husband. He showed me a love I have never felt before in my life. He is God fearing, ambitious, loving, caring, & smart in a remarkable way. Cale was an unspeakable man of God who impacted so many people in so many ways. Cale has finally met the God he so dearly loves. The pain I’m feeling is indescribable. I love you hunny. I love you so much. This is the scripture God gave Cale when God was calling Cale into being a minister of God. It was Cales favorite scripture. Judges 6:12And the angel of the LORD appeared unto him, and said unto him, The LORD is with thee, thou mighty man of valour.
As we mourn his loss, we extend our deepest condolences to his wife Alina, his parents Amy and Cale Sr., and all those affected by this tragic loss. His memory will forever be cherished, and his legacy will continue to inspire future generations.
Cale’s life, though cut short, was a testament to his passion for public service and his love for his community. Though he is no longer with us, his impact on the field and the lives of those he served will never be forgotten.