DENVER, CO – Mason L. Lowe, 25, of Rocheport, Missouri, passed away after succumbing to injuries he sustained January 15, 2019 in Denver at the National Western Stock Show during the PBR Chute Out.

    Visitation for Mason was January 22 at the Open Bible Praise Center in Boonville, Missouri. Funeral services for Mason were January 23 at the Open Bible Praise Center with Pastor Tom Levin officiating. Burial followed in the Walnut Grove Cemetery in Boonville.
Mason Lee Lowe was born September 12, 1993, in Springfield, Missouri, the son of Stacy Lowe and Melissa Reed. He married Abbey Cooper on June 9, 2018, in Pilot Grove, MO. At the young age of three Stacy Mason’s father put him on dairy calves and he instantly fell in love with riding. Mason moved up to riding bulls. He spent several years and eventually made it into the PBR circuit. Mason’s passion and drive made him currently ranked 18th in the world in the PBR. He loved to be a Cowboy and anything associated with being one.
Mason and Abbey loved their time they spent together with their dog, Gator. Mason had a kind soul and a heart of gold, always willing to help anyone in need. Mason loved spending time with his buddies, he had an infectious smile and with his quick wit, he was often the life of the party.
Mason was preceded in death by his grandma, Beverly Reed. He is survived by his wife, Abbey; father Stacy Lowe of Exeter, Missouri; mother Melissa Whisenhunt of Exeter;  in-laws Brian and Stephanie Cooper of Rocheport; sister Kayla Lowe of Butterfield, Missouri; stepsister Alyssa Whisenhunt of Exeter; sister-in-law Campbell Cooper of Rocheport; and his niece, Blazi Lowe. Also surviving are his grandparents, Loren and Brenda Lowe of Cassville, MO, and Larry Reed of Exeter,. He will be dearly missed by family, friends and his brothers of the PBR.
Memorial contributions may be left at or mailed to: National Western Stock Show, Attn: Mason Lowe Donations, 4655 Humboldt Street, Denver, CO 80216
Arrangements were under the direction of Howard Funeral Home, Boonville, MO. Online condolences may be left at:

Mason Lowe Memorial PBR Event
Pueblo, CO – PBR (Professional Bull Riders) announced that the Unleash The Beast premier series event at the Enterprise Center on Feb 15-16 will be named The Mason Lowe Memorial.
For fans wishing to help the Lowe family, the National Western Stock Show, a 501c-3 nonprofit entity, in conjunction with PBR, is accepting donations. All funds received will be sent to the family of Mason Lowe. To donate: