Kimberly F. Lowe
Kimberly Faith Lowe is a native of Connecticut. She attended and graduated from the University of Arkansas with a Bachelor of Science in Education. She attended Law School first at the University of Arkansas and then at the University of Louisville Law. She is licensed in Arkansas and Missouri. In 1995, she opened the law office on the square in Waynesville as a sole practitioner.
Kimberly Lowe has been a member of the Waynesville-St. Robert Chamber of Commerce since 1997. Kimberly Lowe has also been a member of the Committee of Fifty and the Armed Forces YMCA for many years. Kimberly Lowe has been a proud sponsor of the Kiwanis sports program for many years. Kimberly’s areas of practice include personal injury, medical malpractice, products liability, contracts, real estate, business organization, estate planning, probate, general civil litigation, adoptions, and workers’ compensation.
Kimberly is active on the board at the Free Women’s Center, a clinic in Waynesville that provides counseling for pregnant women, with the goal of helping them keep the babies they carry. Kimberly commented, “Supporting the unborn babies of America – that’s something I really believe in.” Also near and dear to her heart is the Warrior Transition Unit and Wounded Warrior program. She also begins training soon for a veteran’s court program, which will provide a much-needed source for veterans with substance abuse issues.
Kimberly participates in sports and outdoor activities. She has always been active in sports, playing women’s and co-ed volleyball and softball. She has also coached Juniors club volleyball.
Kimberly plays the guitar and sings. She and her daughter released a CD, the proceeds of which are used to benefit missions work.
Kimberly is also an active supporter of our military community. She supports and participates in the annual Marine Corps Extreme Cross Country Race and the Armed Services YMCA. She is sensitive to the unique needs of our military personnel and their families, having experienced that lifestyle firsthand.