Hundreds gathered to honor New Braunfels man murdered

Funeral for murdered man

CIBOLO, Texas -- Friends and family of Chris Lowe were overcome with different emotions for each photo displayed in a slide show on Sunday.

"He brought happiness wherever he went. I never even seen him lose his temper with somebody," said Harley Burnie.

At least 300 people attended his funeral service at Everyday Christian Fellowship in Cibolo.

"It's a very tragic thing that happened."

Investigators said Luis DeLeon and Sunee Schriewer used a baseball bat to beat Lowe inside a storage unit. Lowe's body was left at a cemetery in New Braunfels with stab wounds. They are both facing murder charges.

"He's deep in my prayer, he's deep in my heart," said Jesse Regalado.

His childhood friend Regalado said Lowe taught him how to live with compassion.

He said, "He always showed me that a good person is not what you show but what you carry in your heart."

Other friends got up during the service to talk about their favorite memories.

Everyone said similar things about the 34-year-old. They said he was free-spirited, helpful, loved disc golf, and most importantly, he was a genuine person.

"I think we'll still be hearing stories for things to come… he made everything amazing," said Harley Burnie.

(© 2016 KENS)


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