Cale Lowery Death – Cale Lowery, a resident of Fairmont, North Carolina, and a Regional Engagement Coordinator at Republican National Committee Headquarters has sadly passed away. He was announced dead by his beloved wife through a social media publication on Thursday, December 7th, 2023. The circumstances surrounding Cale Lowery’s cause of death were not made public by the family at the time of this publication.
Cale Lowery was a native of Fairmont, North Carolina, and a loving son to Amy Lowery and Cale Lowery Sr. He went to South Robeson High School and Purnell Swett High School, according to his social media profile. He got married to Alina Rose Lowery since 11th of March 2023. He was the Regional Engagement Coordinator at Republican National Committee Headquarters. He worked part-time with the North Carolina Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company as a Safety Board Committee Member from 2021 to 2023.
At an early age, Cale Lowery developed a strong interest in politics. He was enthralled by US President Barack Obama’s first inauguration in 2009. Lowery was six years old. After 13 years, Lowery, at 19 years old, began defining his political career and acquiring the knowledge necessary to comprehend government while enrolled in the second year of political science at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke. Public policy and administration were the main subjects of his study.
Lowery worked as an intern for the North Carolina Supreme Court for four weeks in the summer of 2021. He had a rare opportunity to gain a practical understanding of the role, responsibilities, and background of the state Supreme Court, along with seven other undergraduates from state schools.
It was a rewarding experience that gave him important insight into the inner workings of the state’s top court. Judges Richard Dietz and Chris Dillon of the state’s N.C. Court of Appeals gave speeches and engaged in debates with Lowery. Additionally, Lowery had the opportunity to meet Robeson County resident and UNCP alumnus Trey Allen, general counsel for the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts.
Lowery intends to run for public office after graduating or work for a government agency as a public policy specialist. At the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, Cale was pursuing a bachelor’s degree in public policy and administration. As a proud member of the Lumbee Native American Tribe, Cale was also.