Wayne Lowe, well-known Warner Robins business owner, dies at 82
Lowe, the owner of Lowe Toyota in Warner Robins, died at Emory Hospital in Atlanta early Tuesday morning
Author: 13WMAZ Staff
Published: 3:35 PM EST December 15, 2020
Updated: 6:54 PM EST December 15, 2020
ATLANTA — A well-known Warner Robins businessman and community leader died Tuesday morning.
According to April Bragg with the Robins Regional Chamber, Wayne Lowe died at Emory Hospital
Lowe was the owner of Lowe Toyota and active in many community groups.
He was a leading supporter of the Warner Robins Museum of Aviation, and he helped back Robins Air Force Base through his involvement with the 21st Century Partnership.
Former Warner Robins Mayor Chuck Shaheen released a statement Tuesday:
“Mr. Lowe was a self made success story. There was no task that was too big for him but he did all the little things right. He was a genuine person and a true icon in our city. There will never be another Wayne Lowe. Replace the “W” with a “V” in his last name and that describes Mr. Lowe the best. He was Love and he shared his Love with everyone he met. He worked every single day to make Warner Robins the best City in the Country.“
He was also a familiar face to Central Georgians through dozens of TV commercials for his dealership. Wayne Lowe was 82.
13WMAZ would like to extend our condolences to Lowe’s family, friends and colleagues.