Lowell Moural Obituary, Death – He was a Chico, California resident. Mountain biking was one of his loves, and he spent his last days doing what he loved the most. Lowell Moural was born on September 21, 1950, to George and Betty Moural. After graduating from Chico Senior High School, he went on to pursue a career in the automobile body and paint industry.
Later, he moved on to create his own shop, all the while working hard to build a life full of family and pleasant activities. Lowell began racing as a young man at the Cycleand Speedway. He is well-known for his enthusiasm for all things motorsports. People who competed against him admired and respected him for his distinct style and passion for the sport. Lowell purchased his beloved track in the early 1980s and, with the assistance of his family, transformed it into the training ground and hub for young racers that it is today.
The attribute that best typified Lowell’s personality was his eagerness to contribute his time, skills, and assistance to anyone who needed it. His gifts were infinite, and he shared them with unequaled zeal each and every day. It was unusual to find him without a grin on his face or his infectious chuckle escaping his lips. Lowell is remembered by Heather Moural, Lowell Moural, Jr. (Kelly), Molly Frazier (Bruce), and Sally MacMillan (Br). Becky Moural, his wife, survives him.