Michael Courtney Loewen, Jr also known as Mick to family and many friends, lost his battle with Cancer on Friday, July 29, 2022 at age 52. A native of Mobile, AL and was survived by his children, Dylan Michael, Isaiah James, and Lily Catherine all of Birmingham; his parents (Mother) Shirley Hulett Loewen of Birmingham, (Father) Michael Courtney Loewen, Sr (Karen); (brother) Steven Loewen and (step-brother) Keith Henley all of Mobile; Aunts: Robin Watson; Debra Carpenter (Jamie); Fay Hulett Hughes (David); Frankie DeFord, all of Mobile; Uncles: Chris Loewen (Brenda), Tim Loewen (JoAnn); Rusty Loewen, all of Mobile, many Cousins and special friends.
He attended Satsuma Christian School from K4 through 6th Grade and was a founding member of the Aqua Nuts Water Ski Club where he achieved a First-Class rating in Salom and Jump and an Expert rating in Trick Skiing. He played Mobile County baseball and football. He moved to Birmingham, AL where he attended Gresham Jr. High and graduated from Shades Valley High School in 1988. He formed a close bond with many friends that has stood the test of time (evidenced by the Pallbearer list). He was a 1994 graduate of Auburn University earning a degree in Management Information Systems. Work brought him back to his roots, relocating south in Spanish Fort, AL. He was Software Development Manager with AltaPoint Health Systems and had said many times how blessed he was to be a part of their family.
He loved life in general; followed all sports especially "anything Auburn", loved going to the beach and was a certified scuba diver. His greatest virtue in life was how he valued family, his work ethic, and life-long friends. But the greatest of all was his relationship with God. He attended the City of Hope Church in Daphne, AL. He never wavered in his Faith and trusted in the Lord's plan for him; sharing his Faith with others daily. Michael (Mick) left this world too early and will be greatly missed by each life he touched.
Pallbearers: Dan McMurray, Chris Glenn, Don Milazzo, Brett Vebber, Steve Reeves, Jason Farley all of Birmingham, Joey Davis (cousin) of Mobile, Joey Jefferson (friends since birth) of Louisiana. Honorary: Don Jeffers, John Bascom, Jason Goldfon, Jeff Stokes, Bruce Taylor all of Birmingham, Anthony Lorino of Florida.