Rick Wallace Low, age 64, passed away on Tuesday, April 6th, 2021 at his home in White Sulpher Springs, MT. Rick was born on April 25th,1956 to Willy and Donna (Lynch) Low in Great Falls, MT. He was the middle of three children.
Rick graduated from C.M. Russel High School in 1975. Rick attended Montana State University in Bozeman and then enrolled in the National Guard. Rick worked for Wilbur-Ellis in
Montana and South Dakota for 21 years. After that, he owned and operated a lawn and tree business in South Dakota. In 2006, Rick returned to Montana and started his own agricultural
company in White Sulpher Springs, MT.
Rick married Debbie Allen on March 28th, 2009 in Great Falls, MT. They enjoyed traveling, long drives in the mountains, and competitive card games. Rick waited 53 years to marry the woman of his dreams and cherished his 12 years of marriage with Debbie.
Rick enjoyed the solitude of the outdoors and nature. This is where he would encounter and experience God in the fullest way. He loved to observe God’s handiwork. Often noticing the
details most folks miss. The interactions of a bear with a moose, how one bird would take another bird’s favorite spot and it would pout. He’d see the broken antlers laying in bushes that
others would miss. In the same way, he was kind and gentle with those around him. He shared stories of adventures and listened with love. He enjoyed fishing, taking pictures of wildlife, and driving around in the hills. He also enjoyed golf, fantasy football, history, and politics.
We will miss Rick. His humor and quick wit were contagious. He had a big smile, honesty, and told it like it was. He was bold in his witness for Christ and believed God in faith and took him at his word.
Rick is survived by his wife, Debbie Low; mother, Donna Low; brother, Howie (Lydia) Low; and sister, Val (Greg) Hatley.
A Celebration of Rick’s Life will be at 11:00 on Sunday, April 25th at the Black Eagle Community Center, 2332 Smelter Ave, Black Eagle, MT. Everyone who knew and loved Rick is invited to come and share stories and memories of his life.
The family expresses our appreciation for the White Sulpher Spring Emergency Medical Service. A special thanks to Eva and Steve Sundstrom and Mike Magee for their care and
exceptional love during this time.