Patty Loewenkamp Obituary, Death – On Sunday, Patty Loewenkamp, a beloved mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, passed away in peace at Angel River Health and Rehabilitation in Newburgh with her family by her side. She was a resident of Angel River Health and Rehabilitation.
She was the daughter of Henry Arthur Moore and Mary (Jaquess) Moore, and she was born on December 17 in Poseyville. Her parents’ names are Henry Arthur Moore and Mary (Jaquess) Moore. She tied the knot with Harold S. Loewenkamp, the man who would go on to become the love of her life, on the 24th of December, 1939. In 1950, he was fighting in the Korean War, and he was one of the people who was killed in action. In addition to having received her diploma from Owensville High School in 1935, Patty was a member of the Owensville United Methodist Church and the Golden Fleece Chapter #176 of the Order of the Eastern Star.
She had been a part of the latter organization for the past half a century. She made the decision to leave her position as Librarian at The Evansville Press after serving there for 25 years. Her love of music was second only to her enthusiasm for the hobby of collecting vintage items. Her sons, Stan (Patty) Loewenkamp of Colorado Springs, CO, Steve (Sharon) Loewenkamp of Newburgh, IN, Rick Loewenkamp and Coni Monroe of Scottsdale, AZ, Randy (Lisa) Loewenkamp of Oklahoma City, OK, and Coni Monroe of Scottsdale, AZ are among the surviving members of her family.
She also leaves behind eight grandchildren. Kim Waycaster, Lisa Montoya, Tracy Whitman, Steve Loewenkamp, Jr., and the Atlanta Tiger are all members of the team. Her parents, as well as her husband, Harold S. Loewenkamp, and her daughter, Tessa Arline Loewenkamp, all passed away prior to Patty ‘s passing. In addition, she was preceded in death by her siblings John Moore and James Robert Moore, as well as her sisters Ruth Moore, Mary Ella Thompson, Sarah Knierim, Arline McCandless, and Elizabeth (Betty) Crabtree. She was also survived by her brothers James Robert Moore and John Moore.