Lowell Loffelmacher

Oct. 3, 1935-Nov. 16, 2021

On the afternoon of No-

vember 16, 2021, Lowell

Stuart Loffelmacher

passed away in Tulsa, Ok-

lahoma. He was 86 years


Born October 3, 1935 in

Belfield, North Dakota to

Paul Justus Loffelmacher

and Bernice Irene Den-

ham, his immediate fami-

ly included two sets of

twins. In birth order, his

siblings are brothers Don,

twins Reid and Roswell,

sister Helen and younger

twin brother Lawrence.

He grew up loving the

land, farming and animals

of all kinds. Lowell had

many pets in his life and a

not-so-secret affection for


He served in the Marine

Corps and rose to the rank

of Captain before he was

honorably discharged.

Lowell became a teacher

and high school adminis-

trator; he continued his

own education

throughout his career and

held a Doctorate of Educa-

tion at the time of his re-

tirement. He was blessed

to be married twice – first

to Nancy Elizabeth Book,

who passed away in 1995

and then to Carmen K. D.

Dugger, who passed away

in April 2021. Along with

his wonderful wives, he

was preceded in death by

his parents, his brothers

Don, Reid, Roswell and

his sister Helen. Lowell is

survived by his twin

brother, Lawrence, his

children – sons Jon and

Chris and daughter Mitzi;

five grandchildren and

two great-grandchildren;

and his stepchildren –

Ray, Christen and


He will be missed by

his family and many

friends all over the coun-

try for his loyalty, integri-

ty, and a wry, generous

sense of humor.

Two memorial services

will be held:

Wednesday, December

8, 10 am at First Pres-

byterian Church, 709 S.

Boston Ave, Tulsa, OK


Saturday, December 11,

10:30 am at First Pres-

byterian Church, 130 S.

4th Street, Sterling, CO


In lieu of floral memori-

als, Lowell asked that do-

nations be sent to St.

Jude’s Children’s Hospital.



Gift Funds: Lowell Lof-

felmacher Memorial Fund

– Gift Funds for St. Jude