The benefit to help with the costs of Danny Lowe’s medical bills was a great success, according to organizer Mariann Wright.
“I had over 100 people give to the silent auction,” Wright said. “We made probably close to $9,000. Buck and Randy Caulley and myself would like to thank everyone that performed, donated to the silent auction and of course everyone who gave their support. We hope everyone enjoyed the concert.”
Wright said that the outpouring has truly revealed how amazing of a man Danny Lowe was. During the concert, Danny’s daughters, Becca and Katy Lowe, performed and afterward thanked the crowd for supporting their father. They said that it has been amazing and that it shows that, “You get what you give, so give a lot.”
“I thank the Washington City Schools for letting us use the auditorium,” Wright said. “To me it just shows the love and respect that people had for him. There was a man named John Stewart who sang and he buried his wife the day before, but he wanted to come and make sure he supported Danny and show what he meant to him. It was heart wrenching and beautiful.”
Donations will continue to be accepted at Merchants National Bank. Checks to the account should be made to the Danny Lowe Family Fund and can be sent to 128 S. North Street, Washington Court House, Ohio, 43160.
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