James Brian Lowe

May 5, 1954 - March 20, 2021

James “Jim” Brian Lowe, 66 of Aurora formerly of Chicago passed away peacefully Saturday, March 20. 2021. Jim was born May 5, 1954, in Chicago, IL the son of Frederick Peter and Florence Vernetta ( nee Gribbens) Lowe. After 19 years, he was united in marriage to Joseph Nagy in 2015.

Jim was a LPN for many years working at Insurance Companies and Healthcare Facilities, his last employer was JourneyCare of Barrington where he was a hospice nurse. Jim had a unique personality, he was stubborn, bull headed, kind, caring, funny, and loving, he will be truly missed by all who had the fortune to have met him.

He is survived by his spouse Joe; his siblings, Maureen (Dennis) Smith, Frederick (Brigitte) Lowe, and Janice (Jack) Mocarski. His In-laws John (Barbara) Nagy, Barbara Mata, Judy (Jack) Horner, and the late Theresa (Charles) Whitt. Nephew and nieces; Bryan (Cheryl) Smith, Kevin Smith, Kathie Thomas, Andrea (Michael) Lodermeier, Karin Lowe, Anthony (Jamie) Mocarski, Joseph (Becky) Mocarski, Jack Mocarski, Mark Mocarski. Regina (Steven) Stark, Angelique (Dwayne) Mattison, Douglas (Christine) Nagy, Bernina Mata, Saul Mata, Peter Mata, Stephen Keef, Azur (Matt) Squillace, Kimberly Keef, Eric Keef, and Christopher (Ashley Robson) Nagy. Many Great Nieces and Nephews, cousins and friends, and by his beloved cats.

Visitation will be held from 4:00 P.M. until 8 P.M. Friday March 26, 2021 at Moss Family Funeral Home, 209 South Batavia Ave, Batavia, IL. Due to CIOVID-19 occupancy requirements, funeral service will be held private, and will be an invitation only.

In Lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be directed to American Lung Association or to Adopt a River Cat. Inc. 3900 Gabrielle Lane #6654 Aurora, IL 60598

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, face covering is required, and we highly encourage physical distancing. We also advise against physical condolences. If you are experiencing any symptoms or are not feeling well, please refrain from visiting and express your sympathies to the family at a later time. Due to Covid-19 occupancy requirements, please wear a mask and be prepared to wait if occupancy becomes an issue.

Guest Book

  • Dolores Ochoa Jimmy I love you and we will all miss you dearly. Keep on dancing (Kiddie A Go Go style!)
  • Bill Cairns Our condolences go out to the entire Lowe, Smith and Mocarski family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this tough time. God Bless and Rest in peace, Jim.
  • William McCluney Joe, I am saddened by this sudden news! I always enjoyed working with you as a fellow funeral director, and appreciate the friendship that we developed. I will be keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers. God Bless, Bill
  • Jason and Teresa Horner and kids Heaven gained an angel. Rest in peace uncle Jim.
  • Judy Keef-Horner Jim, you have no idea the joy you have brought to the kids when they came to visit or when we all got together. Some ask if you were going to be there and if you were, they be there also. I can still hear your voice saying the sassy things that made you you. Going to miss you so much but I know you are watching over all of us. Love you always.
  • Jo Letwaitis Jimmy, fond childhood memories. May you rest peacefully and protect from above. Jo
  • MR MRS L VIRGILIO So sorry for your loss.