Remembering Allan Lozier

Jul, 15, 2021

Image with text: "Thankful for all he has done for our community. Remembering Allan Lozier | 1933 to 2021." Next to the text is a photo of Allan Lozier.

American National Bank's Statement Regarding the Death of Allan Lozier:

American National Corporation is mourning the loss of its former Co-Chairman, Allan Lozier.
Lozier Corporation announced his death on Monday morning.

“We have been honored to have had the astute counsel of Allan Lozier for such a long time.” said John and Wende Kotouc, Executive Co-chairmen/CEO. “No one could ask more incisive questions or identify the most salient issues as quickly as Allan on almost any topic–financial, management, people, banking, and the economy. Allan and I met on the then Bellevue College board in 1978 (when I was 31 and Allan 44), became friends, and later enjoyed working together,” said John Kotouc.

Allan’s commitment to Omaha, his hometown, was steadfast. The Lozier Foundation and Allan and Dianne Lozier have carefully supported Omaha charities that  may not have gotten others’ consideration. Allan always paid close attention to how decisions could benefit persons with no power or influence. He often championed causes that his mother, Emma Lozier, would have championed—the importance of the education and the advancement of young women and minorities.

In his 87 years, the North Omaha native’s work life touched a whole host of industries. Allan Lozier’s love for Omaha shined through his countless endeavors — day-in and day-out. He  served on many boards, including the College of Saint Mary, Girls, Inc., Bellevue University and Nebraska Methodist Hospital.

“Allan will be remembered for his tireless commitment to serving those who have been or are marginalized,” the Kotoucs added. “Personally, we have a big hole in our hearts.”

American National Corporation thanks Allan Lozier for his decades of service to his loyal employees at Lozier, NewStreet, and American National Bank; and to the city that he loved. His family has requested mourners make a donation to a nonprofit in his honor.