Education History: Fayette County High School: Student Body President: 1984-85 Show Choir President: 1984-85 DECA President: 1984-85 Marching / Concert Band: 1980-85 1st Chair Sax: 1985 Band Music Committiee: 1985 Jazz Band Guitarist: 1985 FCHS Football Team: 1984 Fellowship of Christian Athletes: 1984 Prom Music and Decoration Committees: 1984 Royal Court: 1982 Future Farmers of America Chaplis: 1981 Bevil State Community College: Jazz Band: 1986 Choir: 1986
Employment History: Third generation cattle farmer on the family farm: current Richard M. Scrushy, owner of WOTM television netoworks: 2006 - 2008 Abundant Life Ministerial Assoc. 1990 - current United Christian Ministerial Assoc Minister of Music / TV Host: 2004 - current Thigpen Ford-Mercury dealership (Sales Mrg., F&I, General Manager.) 1995-1999 Barkley Pontiac, Cadillac, GMC dealership (sales): 1991 Smith TV / Radio Shack (Asst. Mrg.): 1987-1991 Weems & Heilig-Meyers Furniture (sales): 1985-1987 Greg Lowery Productions, Owner / Operator: 1986-current Big Star Supermarket (all departments): 1980-1985 Television Appearences: "Viewpoint" and "Grace and Purpose" TV show(s) with host Richard Scrushy: 2006 - 2008 "Praise The Lord" broadcast on TBN with "The Freemans": 2005 UCMA "The Shield of Faith" broadcast host 2004 - current Omega Television, Iceland: 2003 "Today with Greg Lowery Show", Charter Cable Network: 2000 "Shooters" Pensacola, Fl.: 1995 WGN Chicago, Ill. morning show: 1993 "Good Morning America": 1993 "Buddy & Kay Show", NBC, Tupelo, Ms.: 1992 "Country Boy Eddie Show": ABC Birmingham, Al.: 1991-1992 Tours: Ron Sparks for Al. Governor hopeful: 2010 Al. Lt. Governor Jim Folsom: 2010 Al. St. Treasure hopeful - Charley Grimsley: 2010 Al. Attorney General hopeful - James Anderson: 2010 Al. Public Service Comm - Suzan Parker: 2010 Al. St Senator - Roger Bedford: 1993 - 2010 Milton McGregor Enterprises, owner of Victoryland Casino: 2009 - current Al. Governor Don Siegelman: 2002 Al. Democrat "Ride to Victory Tour": 2002 Al. Agriculture & Industry Commissioner, Ron Sparks: 2002 Al. Senator and ADECA Director Dewayne Freeman - Lt. Gov. hopeful: 1998 Al. State Representative William Thigpen (Campaign Mrg.: 1998 / Advisor through - 2010) (2) Presidential Inaugurals, Washington D.C.: 1992 & 1996 Al. Governor Jim Folsom Jr.: 1993 National DNC Convention, Chicago, Ill.: 1992 Entertainer / Musician for State level political events: 1992 - current Musician / Announcer for "Irene the Officical Democrat Donkey": 1992 - current Credits: Fayette Co. Deputy Sheriff's Commission (Sheriff Hubert Norris): 2006 V-Pres. of Abundant Life Ministerial Assoc. (founder/Pres EJ Lowery): 2006 - current T.L. Lowery Global Foundation Board Of Elders (founder T.L. Lowery): 2006 - current A.L.T. "The G.A.P. Gang" drama team director: 2004 - 2010
"you won't believe who'll we'll see if you walk a while with me..."
2010 pic on tour with Al. Lt. Governor Jim Folsom
2010 tour with Ron Sparks (Al. Ag. Comm. & the next Al. Governor) and James Anderson (the next Al. Attorney General)
Al. St. Rep William Thigpen with Lowery, his very 1st ,state wide, campaign manager.
Lowery tours with Al. Governor Don Siegelman
1993 pic on tour with Al. Governor Jim Folsom
1993 pic of Lowery & Dr. Kirk posing for media photo before introducing the Governor.
On Good Morning America in Chicago, Ill.
On the Country Boy Eddy TV show - Birmingham, Al.
with Dr. T.L. Lowery, Founder of the T.L. Lowery Global Ministry Ctr in Cleveland, Tn.
Lowery on stage at the "Brownsville Revival". over 4000 attended that night.
1. 26 students, who have worked in agriculture related summer jobs, have continued their education at Bevil and Shelton State Community Colleges due to the Alabama Opportunity Program introduced to this area by Lowery in 1998.
2. In 1999, Lowery worked with AEA to secure funding for an extra school teacher at Berry Elementary School to ease an overcrowded problem.
3. Lowery assisted in securing $10,000.00 for Fayette County High School and another $6,000.00 for the Fayette Middle School Basketball Program in 2002.
Securing State Funding
With the ability to communicate on the state level, Lowery was able to assist various Mayors in securing:
1. $250,000.00 Community Development Grant for the Town of Belk, issued by ADECA for a new Fire Truck and Equipment in 2000. (Mayor - Ronald Waldrop)
2. $500,000.00 Community Development Grant for the Town of Parrish, issued by ADECA, to repair and extend their city water system in 2001. (Mayor - Milford Cagle)
3. $250,000.00 Community Development Grant for the Town of Belk, issued by ADECA for a new Community Center in 2003. (Mayor - Ronald Waldrop)
Lowery explains the "Alabama Opportunity Program".