Hi, my name is Linda Lowe. I grew up in Salt Lake City, and spent many summers hiking, backpacking, fishing, rock hounding, camping, and visiting my grandparents farm in Monroe, Utah. I always dreamed about someday living in a small country town like Monroe and that dream came true in 2010, when I moved to the community where my parents were raised.
I graduated from Utah State University in Logan Utah, with a Bachelor of Science degree in History, then did a myriad of jobs including (but not limited to): waitress, legal secretary, roofer, retail, accounting clerk, teacher aide for English Language Learner students. It was while working with these elementary students, when I finally decided what I wanted to do when I grew up . . . teach!
I went back to school at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah, where I graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education. For nearly ten years I taught for Salt Lake City School District at inner-city schools both in an elementary school (5th grade), then middle school (6th grade). I loved the diversity and I refer to my stint at theses schools as working at my own mini United Nations.
I recently married my best friend, Karen Hill in 2017 which instantly made me a step-parent of two adult children. Karen and I currently reside in Monroe, with our mentally challenged daughter, four dogs, a cat and several fish. We enjoy hiking, camping and fishing throughout Utah.