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Welcome to the Conner T Lowry Memorial Fund founded in remembrance of fallen Marine Cpl. Conner T. Lowry from the Southside of Chicago who was killed conducting combat operations in Afghanistan.

Conner’s Story

To know him was to love him. Conner T. Lowry, born February 6, 1988, died during combat operations on March 1, 2012 while serving his country as a United States Marine in Afghanistan. Conner was a lifelong Beverly resident who loved Notre Dame, Chicago teams and all things Irish. Conner attended St. John Fisher School and graduated from Brother Rice High School, where principal Jim Antos described him as “spirited.” And that he was.
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Fund Plans

Find out about our plans for the Memorial Fund. Initial plans include scholarships based on need to St. John Fisher and Brother Rice.

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Events

Find out about upcoming and past events held in honor of Conner T Lowry. From the South Side Irish parade to plans of family and friends we got you covered.

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Third Annual CTL Golf Outing

On August 23, 2014, Deer Creek Golf Course will be hosting our 3rd Annual CTL Memorial Golf Outing. Following the golf outing, a cocktail & dinner reception will be held at 115 Bourbon Street from 7:00-11:00pm.
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Marine Warrior Remembered at Kajaki

FORWARD OPERATING BASE ZEEBRUGGE, Afghanistan – The fallen Marine was remembered as a comic relief by many of his friends, but as Marines and sailors gathered for his memorial service, there was no laughter. The sun shined brightly against the mountain where the Marines of Golf Battery, 2nd Battalion, 11th Marine Regiment, remembered the life [...]

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Thank You

If you think of my son Conner Lowry in the future, please recall him as a mirror image of the Beverly community that helped shape him: generous, humorous, playful and passionate. He was killed in action in Afghanistan on March 1, and Conner Lowry’s legacy begins now and will be nurtured by you, my fellow [...]

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