Lowell Fillmore (1882-1975) was the oldest son of Charles and Myrtle Fillmore, co-founders of Unity. His work in the movement began at age 8 when he worked in the family printing business after school and continued for 75 years. He ran the early printing press, served as manager of the ordering department, was editor of Weekly Unity, and wrote a Things Remembered be Remembered column. He was general manager of Unity School for five decades and became president of Unity in 1948 (when his father died), serving in that capacity until 1972. Then he served on the Board of Directors until his death at age 94.