Waterville, Maine – Jane Elisabeth Lowell, 85, passed away Thursday, August 19th, 2021, after suffering the effects of dementia for over six years. She was born on February 15, 1936, in Bangor, Maine to the late Bion E. Lowell and Etta (Sally) Thompson Lowell. She is survived by her brother, B. Edwin Lowell, his wife, Catherine M. Lowell, their daughter, Ashleigh Jane Long, her husband, Robert W. Long and their son, Connor W. Long, all of Charlotte, North Carolina.\r\n\r\n Jane graduated from Waterville High School in 1954. She furthered her education attending Boston University and with her business degree later worked for Occidental Life Insurance of California in their Boston and Baltimore offices. After being offered the opportunity, she accepted a position in the law firm of Spiro Agnew, later elected Vice President to Richard Nixon. After moving back to Waterville to be closer to friends and family, she worked many years for Scott Paper Company rising to the level of Customer Service Manager for the Northeast Commercial Products Division. Jane was known and respected throughout the company for her expertise in resolving difficult customer service issues. She retired in 1995 when Scott merged with Kimberly Clark.\r\n\r\n Jane was an active member and Deacon of the First Congregational Church of Waterville (later United Church of Christ). She enjoyed most types of music singing in the choir and at many weddings and funerals as well as numerous plays and musicals. For hobbies she made beautiful items including windows and lamp shades from stained glass.\r\n\r\n A service is planned for 11:00 am on Saturday, October 16th at Lawry Brothers Funeral Home, 107 Main St., Fairfield, Maine (Covid restrictions permitting).\r\n\r\n The family would like to sincerely thank her co-worker and devoted friend, Harvey Boatman, for his continued visits and devoted friendship through the difficult years of her illness. Special thanks are offered all the staff of Northern Light Continuing Care – Lakewood for all the love shown and wonderful care given Jane.\r\n\r\n In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to either the Humane Society of Waterville Area or Habitat for Humanity.