Bob Lowdermilk  
Lowdermilk Realty, Inc.

In Memoriam

Robert E. Lowdermilk, Jr.

May 9, 1927 - May 29, 2017

It is with sadness that the passing of Robert E. Lowdermilk, Jr. is announced. Having celebrated his 90th birthday on May 9, Bob died on Monday, May 29 following a brief illness.

As a lifelong and active resident of Greensboro, Bob served the real estate profession in the Piedmont Triad for nearly 70 years. The business that was originated by Bob's father became the basis of Bob's professional and vocational career. He was highly successful in serving clients in the residential market for many years until shifting to a focus on vacant residential, agricultural, and industrial land for about the past 25 years. He always enjoyed the challenge of matching the real estate needs of individuals with potential solutions that either he maintained in his company's listings or other possibilities located from other sources.

Having served the Greensboro Board of Realtors in all of its elected offices in earlier years, he was also an officer in the North Carolina Association of Realtors and held offices and other active memberships in a variety of civic and community organizations and endeavors. In 2008, he was recognized for a lifetime of outstanding service to the real estate profession by his induction into the Greensboro Regional Realtors Association's Hall of Fame.

Bob's family will be taking the necessary and prudent steps to close the business in the coming weeks. Owners of properties listed with Lowdermilk Realty, Inc. at the time of Bob's death will be duly notified with appropriate documentation to discontinue listings so that they may pursue their own choices for real estate representation in the sale of their properties. The family will appreciate everyone's understanding and patience as this process will take some time to complete, though steps will be taken to complete these tasks as expeditiously as possible.

On behalf of Bob Lowdermilk, Jr., the family expresses gratitude to all clients and real estate colleagues with whom he has had the privilege of serving for nearly 70 years.