Though he will be missed
It is his turn to enjoy
He is being welcomed into
a new world
As his toils on Earth
Thank you, Mr.
I would like to send my thoughts and prayers to Mrs. Phyllis Hamilton
and her family on the death of her husband, Lowell Hamilton of
While my mom met Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton long before I knew them, my
first recollection was at CJ Highmarks when I was about ten years old.
I was new to contributing articles to the Daily Advocate Newspaper
which they read and they took the time to talk to me about it.
I remember them conversing with me like a mature young person and it
felt good and validating. As a kid trying to find her place in
this world, indeed, those words of support and encouragement to
continue to write meant so much to me. For that, I will always be
thankful as I continue my journey in using the “Power of the Pen”.
The obituary released by Oliver-Floyd Funeral Home stated that he owned
and operated Hamilton Motors for 62 years. He was a veteran of
the US Army and member of the Greenville Masonic Lodge #143, the VFW
Post 7262, and the American Legion Post 140. The family will
receive friends at the funeral home Monday, November 28 from 5-7 p.m.