In Loving Memory Deacon Frank Lowe

It's been one year since you departed this life unexpectly. Deacon Frank Lowe was a native of Seattle graduating from Queen Ann High School in 1971. Deacon Frank retired from Metro King County after forty (40) years of dedicated service as a First Line Supervisor. When he retired in January 2019 he had obtained the number one(1) position as a first liner out of over one hundred supervisors. Frank travelled domestically and abroad. He was a train enthusiast and avid photographer with thousands of photographs in his collection. His library collection contains hundreds of books relating to trains, buses and various cars and trucks. To enhance his knowledge he was a long time member of the Metro Employees Historical Association of Seattle, The Seattle, Spokane & Portland Railway Historical Society, The Burlington Northern Pacific Railway Historical Association, The Motor Bus Association and The African American Photographers Association.

Frank was ordained as a Deacon at Mount Zion Baptist Church by Rev. Dr. Leslie Braxton in 2001. He served as the first President of the Black Caucus of Evergreen Association of the American Baptist Churches, USA. On June 15, 2022 Frank was honor by his Metro colleagues and management within the communication control room by naming the Transit Control Center after him. This is a wonderful honor and the only room named after an African American within the King County Metro Transit. The family thanks the Metro employees for bestowing this honor to Frank. He continues to be well thought of and admired for his dedication to the job. He was preceded in death by his parents Frank and Irma Lowe; siblings: Andre Howard, Betty Lowe, and Diane Lowe. He is survived by his wife of thirty one years Priscilla Bell-Lowe, brother Allen Lowe and niece Tanya Lowe with a host of relatives family and friends. Frank you are truly missed by all.