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Celebrating the life of

Patricia Pinckney Lowenthal

Passed away on May 29, 2024

Patricia Pinckney Lowenthal

Patricia Pinckney Lowenthal died peacefully on May 29, 2024 at age 87. She was born in Bluffton, SC to Annie Haye and Joseph Oliveros Pinckney. Tricia, as she was fondly known, was raised on a farm as the eighth child of nine. She will always be remembered for her loving, caring and devoted spirit.

Tricia was a graduate of St. Vincent’s Academy and St. Joseph’s School of Nursing. She was employed most of her nursing career by Memorial Medical Center Pediatrics Department but also worked at St. Joseph’s Hospital, Savannah, and for the Public Health Department in Bellville, Il.

She is preceded in death by her husband of 61 years, Bernard J. “Butch” Lowenthal, Sr., grandson Bradley Stone, her parents and all of her siblings: Frances Cahill, Marie Viens, Betty Nantista, Clara Rowland, Ollie Pinckney, Linehan Pinckney, Carroll Pinckney, and Genevieve O’Connor.

The true joy of her life was her five children, whom she is survived by: Susie Harvey (Dave), Bernard J. Lowenthal, Jr. (Julie), Clare Kellar (Chris), Carol Stone (Randy), and John Lowenthal (Kristi). Tricia was also blessed with many grandchildren and is survived by: Ryan DeLettre (Jenn), Corbin Parker (Christen), Brennan Lowenthal (Chrissy), Grayson Lowenthal, Peyton Lowenthal, Shannon Brinkley (Danny), Adam Kellar (Carly), Megan Groves (Ryan), Colby Stone, Erin Stone, Matthew Lowenthal, Merritt Lowenthal. She is survived by her great-grandchildren: Langston DeLettre, Avery DeLettre, Cameron DeLettre, Madeline Parker, August Parker, Phoebe Moon Parker, Sullivan Parker, Jackie Lowenthal, Edith Kellar.

It was early in her life when she found her calling for unselfish caregiving as she traveled north to assist her siblings in caring for her young nieces and nephews at the young age of 15. In her long nursing career, especially in pediatrics, as well as in her devotion to serving her faith community, she continued to exemplify compassion, generosity, and charity. For her many selfless years of service to the Catholic Church, Tricia was the recipient of The Diocese of Savannah’s Bishop Gartland Award. For demonstrating abiding faith and compassionate good deeds, she received the St. Vincent’s Academy Mother McAuley Award. Ever the nurse on and off the clock, everyone who crossed her path in life received her genuine gift of caring that no award can come close to honoring.

A special thank you to her own army of tireless caregivers, led by Beverly and Erica, who treated her like family, especially at the end of her life, and who helped the family navigate the many challenges Tricia faced in her final years.

Visitation will be held at 9:00 a.m. Saturday, June 1, at St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church followed by a Rosary Service at 9:30 and Mass of Christian Burial will follow at 10:00 a.m..  Burial immediately following at Pinckney Colony Family Cemetery.

Remembrances to Pinckney Family Cemetery, 50 Allen Corner, Bluffton, SC 29910, St. Vincent’s Academy, 207 E. Liberty St., Savannah, GA 31401, or Hospice of Savannah, 1352 Eisenhower Drive, Savannah, GA 31406.



My deepest sympathies to the entire Lowenthal family. Your mother was such a gentle, kind and caring lady. I will always remember her in the kitchen when I came over for visits. Always a big smile on her face and a welcoming spirit. May she rest in peace.

- Eileen Ryan Ogletree, Griffin, GA

My thoughts and prayers are with the entire family for the loss of your sweet Mother, Grandmother, Great Grandmother. She was SO sweet and treated me like a member of the family. She even picked up shrimp for me to have at my daughter’s engagement party about 14 years ago. I know she will be greatly missed by so many people. Love, Betty Ann & Chris

- BettyAnn & Chris Di Silvestro , Savannah , GA

Deepest sympathy on the death of one wonderful lady. She will be remembered in our prayers.

- Burch & Marie Bryant, Savannah, GA

So sorry to hear about Mrs. Lowenthal's passing. She was such a nice lady. Will remember her from her many walks around Tybee - always saying hello & asking about my folks as she passed the house. Will also remember her with Mr. Lowenthal sitting in their pew at St. Michaels on Sundays. May she rest in peace.

- Lisa & Tommy Butler, Tybee Island, GA

My heartfelt condolences to all the family.

- Donna Wall, Savannah, Georgia

Susie, Bubba, Clair, Carol, John and all the Lowenthals, my deepest sympathy to all for your loss. I have the fondest memories of your mother's kindness, sincere care for others and Southern Grace. We are all blessed to have known Mrs. Lowenthal. Prayers and peace to all during these difficult times.

- Brian Hussey, Savannah, GA

Our heartfelt sympathies to all the Lowenthal family. It was our pleasure and honor to bring Holy Communion to Tricia while she was a resident at Summer Breeze. She loved Jesus and always welcomed us when we came to visit. We will truly miss that time spent with her.

- Jim And Barbara Nowak, Savannah, GA

“Eternal rest grant unto her, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon her. May she rest in peace.” With Love and prayers.

- Jane Patricia Harte , Savannah, Ga

We are sending all our deepest love and prayers for comfort! We will miss her so very much! Her humor, her laughter and most of all her heart!

- Andy, Lisa, Andrew and Wayne Pinckney, Rock Hill, SC

The memories that come flooding in are like a warm blanket. Living with my grandparents there were several years that I saw Aunt Tricia and Uncle Butch for Church then breakfast at Sunrise. She is a part of some of my most cherished memories and will be missed deeply, but left her imprint on this family for 100% certainty.

- Damon Smith ( DiBenedetto), Savannah , Ga

We were Butch and Tricia's neighbors on Melody Drive. Family medical emergencies or problems were quickly solved by Tricia's love and concern and care. The only words I ever heard her speak were words of kindness and love. Tricia gave her gift to all. She rests in Peace and Joy!

- Rosemary (Jeanne) Zittrauer, Savannah, GA

Bubba, John, Susie, Clare, and Carol, I am deeply saddened to hear about your mother's passing. I want you to know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. Your mother was a remarkable person; she always was a loving person who showed great kindness and a joyful spirit toward me, which I will never forget. I want you to know that I sincerely enjoyed the times I spent with your parents and all of you, and those memories will never be lost. It is easy to say that all we love deeply becomes a part of us.

- Danny Ritzert, Savannah, Georgia

To all of the family of Tricia Lowenthal, I send my deepest sympathy & condolences for the loss of this beautiful woman. My heart carries many memories of her kindness & caring. May God shower you with peace & comfort now & in the time ahead.

- Carolyn Sheehan , Tybee Island, GA

To all of the Lowenthal family. You are are in our thoughts and prayers. I loved all the times our families had together on the beach on Sundays growing up. God Bless

- Fran & David McCarthy &Family, Savannah, Georgia

I remember fondly our years at school in Bluffton. I believe Patricia was with us through the 10th grade and we all missed her greatly after that. I always thought we’d get together for lunch one day and now I’ve waited too late for that. But I know for certain we’ll all be together again in the hereafter and I’ll wait for that.

- Caroline Heyward Jenkins, Deland, FL

Your mother was beautiful inside & out & a great example to our faith ! She will be deeply missed! Love to all , Amy & Rob Massey

- Massey, Savannah , Ga

Your mom always smiling and loved our conversations. Sorry for your loss and thoughts and prayers for all of you

- Anita Ruiz Conway, Savannah, GA

Sympathy and love to the Lowenthal family for your loss.


On behalf of all the Salter and Daly families, we are so very sorry for your loss. Your Mother was well thought of and was always wearing a smile on her face. She and your Dad, completed the 9th Street Beach Brigade. Heaven has gained another angel!

- Kathy Salter, Tybee Island, GA

Prayers for the Lowenthals. Tricia and Butch are remembered so fondly. They were such a loving couple.

- Sally Summerlin (Brown) Best, Guyton, GA

My thoughts and prayers go to the family. She was a shining light and inspiration for all.

- Capt. P.Michelle Gillikin, TYBEE ISLAND, Georgia

Services under the direction of:

Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel