Andrew Low

Obituary of Andrew V. Low

Andrew V. Low, age 83 of the Pittstown Sec. of Franklin Township, NJ died Monday, July 3rd 2006 at Rolling Hills Care Center in Clinton Twp., NJ. Mr. Low was born February 6, 1923 in Newark, NJ the son of the late Robert and the late Anna (McCale) Low. He enlisted in the United States Army in 1942 and spent most of World War II in Europe. He was in the Normandy Campaign plus the Northern France, Rhineland and Central European Campaigns. He received the Certificate of Merit for his courage and devotion to duty while under heavy enemy artillery fire assisting in the establishment of an ammunition dump near Kepfelberg, Germany. He also received the Bronze Star Medal for ground operations against the enemy. In addition, he received three more Bronze Star Medals, the World War II Victory Medal, the Good Conduct Medal, the Army of Occupation medal with Germany Clasp and the Combat Infantrymans Badge Andrew was a Sales Representative and Tour Supervisor for Anheuser-Busch In Newark, NJ for many years before retiring. He resided in the Pittstown Section of Franklin Twp., NJ for the past 21 years and previous to that, he lived in Mountainside, Union & Elizabeth, NJ. He was a devout Catholic and an active Parishioner of St. Catherine Of Siena Catholic Church in Pittstown, NJ. In addition, he attended Drake College in Elizabeth, NJ. He is survived by his devoted Daughter, Charlann Colella and her husband, Joseph of Oradell, NJ, his Son: Douglas Low of Pittstown, NJ, his Sister: Mary Ann Lazarieh & his Brother, Joseph Low of both of Cape May, NJ and his cherished Grandchildren, Kara, Joseph Andrew and Kristin. Andrew was pre-deceased by his beloved Wife, Grace in 1998 and his Brother, Robert Low in 2005. Visiting Hours will be on Wednesday, July 5th from 2:00 to 4:00 pm & from 7:00 to 9:00 pm at Martin Funeral Home. There will be a Funeral Mass on Thursday, July 6th at 10:00 at St. Catherine Of Siena Catholic Church, 2 White Bridge Road, Pittstown, NJ 08867 - #908-735-4024. Interment will take place at Evergreen Cemetery in Clinton, NJ.
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