"I took her to go look for the bricks, and when she found them, I was behind her on a knee," Lowery wrote to us. "The ring was a beautiful asschur cut diamond in a handmade wooden box with a silver horned frog on the top and the words 'Will you marry me' inside."
In addition to their names, their side-by-side bricks also have the inscription "Together forever, Written in stone," on them.
Lowery wore No. 68 and played on the offensive line for the Frogs. Now he works outside of Jackson, Miss., at Lowery Insurance.
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