Lowell “Sonny” Waldo, 91, of South Windsor (formerly of Bloomfield) died peacefully surrounded by his family on July 10, 2023. He was born in Philadelphia PA on November 12, 1931 to Rosalie (Weinfeld) Waldo and Albert Waldo. He was a standout athlete in baseball, cross country and track at Central High School (’49). Lowell was a veteran of the Korean Conflict, serving in Europe. Upon his return, he married the love of his life, Millicent (Chernin) Waldo in 1956 and they moved to Philadelphia. He graduated from Temple University and moved to Hartford, taking a position at Remington Rand. He was then employed by Allstate Insurance Company for 38 years. He was a proud resident of Bloomfield, where he was an active member of the community, serving on the Zoning Board of Appeals and coaching youth baseball for many years. His insurance agency was located in Bloomfield for many years. He and Millicent were longtime members of the former Beth Hillel Synagogue in Bloomfield, where he served on the Board of Directors. He was a member of the East Hartford Rotary Club. Lowell was a rabid Philadelphia sports fan and enjoyed traveling and gardening. He was a devoted husband, father and grandfather. He was predeceased by his brother, Armand Waldo. He is survived by his children and sons and daughters-in law who he also considered his children; Lori Glass and her husband Marc of South Windsor, Heidi Fick and her husband John, of Lakewood, Colorado, Robert Waldo and his wife Laurie of South Windsor and Jed Waldo and his wife Peggy of Ridgefield, eight grandchildren; Katelyn, Allison and Brandon Glass, Gabrielle Fick, Jamie and Benjamin Waldo, and Matthew and Caroline Waldo. Other survivors include his good friends and cousins Ron and Judith Main, of South Windsor. A graveside funeral service will be held on Wednesday, July 12 at 1:30 PM at Beth Hillel Cemetery (80 Wolcott Road, East Granby) with Rabbi Mendel Samuels presiding. Shiva will be observed at his home, immediately following the funeral service on Wednesday, and from 12:00 PM-3:00 PM on Thursday and Friday. Minyan services will be held on Wednesday and Thursday evenings at 7 PM at his home. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the American Heart Association or to a charity of choice. May his memory be a source of strength and a blessing.