Stanley Lowry, 84, passed away July 8, 2000, at Saint Mary's Regional Medical Center in Reno, Nev. He was born March 11, 1916, in Milford to Robert and Edna Lowry. Stanley attended school at Fort Bidwell, Stewart Indian School in Nevada and Sherman Indian Boarding School in Riverside. He was a golden glove's boxer and loved watching boxing events all his life. He joined the Army and served in the European Theatre during World War II. He was a member of the 99th Army Division and a survivor of the "Battle of the Bulge." He received numerous campaign medals and citations including the Bronze and Silver Star and a battlefield commission of lieutenant. He was honored this past year by a visit from his sergeant, Eli Heitic, who traveled from Ohio to pay his respects. For approximately 20 years he worked as an inspector of ammunition in Herlong. He enjoyed spending time with family and numerous friends. He loved gardening, fishing and working on his many projects around his home. He was involved in the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the Lassen County American Indian Organization and had a special fondness for the annual Bear Dance and family reunion in Greenville. He was preceded in death by his sisters, Viola Crume and Juanita Pena; and his brothers, Robbie Lowry, Jesse Lowry and Leonard Lowry. Stanley is survived by his wife of eight years, Phyllis Lowry; daughter, Sue Campbell of Chico; sons, Mike Lowry, Ike Lowry, Allen Lowry, Tom Lowry and Doyle Lowry all of Susanville; sister, Virginia Aguilar of Susanville. He is also survived by numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Services will be held Thursday, July 13, at the Sierraville Indian Rancheria Gymnasium. Walton's Colonial Mortuary is handling funeral arrangements.