Lowell Edwin Krick, age 72, of Mendon, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, September 14, 2019, in Three Rivers, Michigan, where he was attending an NSRA Car Show.


He was born August 22, 1947, in Celina, to the late Henry Junior & 

Marcile Irene ( Sherman ) Krick.


Lowell and Martha Rasawuhr were married on March 9, 1968. She survives, 

along with their 3 daughters: Trish ( Mitch ) Marshall of Kenton, and Angie 

( Josh ) Sheets and Beth Krick of Mendon,  3 grandchildren: Sgt. Zachary 

( Alexandria ) Crider, USMC of Havelock, NC, and Addison & Aiden Marshall 

of Kenton, and a great grandchild on the way. 


Surviving brothers are: Larry ( Alice ) Krick and Martin Krick, of Celina, brothers & sisters-in-law: Daniel ( Janet ) Rasawuhr of Mendon and Mary ( Jim ) Sutter of Fort Recovery, numerous nieces & nephews and great nieces & nephews, also survive.


Preceding him in death were his granddaughter, Zoe Ilene Michele Crider, 

sister-in-law, Betty Krick, and nephews: Alyn Krick and Brett Rasawuhr.


A 1966 graduate of Mendon-Union High School, Lowell served with the U.S. Army from 1966-1968, stationed in Baumholder, Germany, earning the rank of SP-4.  


Lowell had worked for GTE/Verizon as an Installer-Repairman, retiring after 30+ years of service.  He currently was working for the Village of Mendon, and was the Caretaker at Mendon Cemetery.


He was a member of Mendon First Church of God, serving there as a Trustee, and played on their Dartball team.  He was a member of Celina American Legion Post #210.  


Lowell belonged to Fort Street Car Classics Club and the National Street Rod Association, where he loved showing and driving his 1940 Buick.


An avid sports fan, Lowell enjoyed following the Buckeyes, Browns, and Reds.  He loved spending time with his family.  Lowell never knew a stranger and could talk to anyone. 


Funeral Services will be held at 11:00 AM, Wednesday, September 18, at the Mendon First Church of God, with Pastor Jake Boroff, officiating.  Burial will follow at Mendon Cemetery.


Calling Hours are at the  MENDON FIRST CHURCH OF GOD  on Tuesday, September 17, from 2-4:00 & 6-8:00 PM, and 10:00 - 11:00 AM, on Wednesday, prior to the time of services at the church. 


Memorial Contributions may be made to the Mendon First Church of God, 

102 N. Wayne St., Mendon 45862 or Fort Street Car Classics, P.O. Box 285, 

Fort Recovery 45846.


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