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Robert Alan Bowen Jr.
February 13, 1956 - November 7, 2018
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Robert Alan Bowen, Jr., of Maumee, Ohio, passed away Nov. 7 at Toledo Hospital after an illness. He was 62. He was born Feb. 13, 1956, to Robert A. Bowen, Sr., and Olive “Jerry” Bowen (nee Hollister), both of Maumee. Robert attended Maumee High School and the University of Toledo, studying political science. For most …
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Annette left a message on November 16, 2018:
Few things in life will ever affect you more than the death of a parent.  Not only do you have to endure the intense pain of loss but you are also left to face a future that will be likely quite different from what you expected.  The Bible assures us that death will be no more.  May you find that such promise will help you cope with the loss of your Father.  My deepest sympathy to each of you. Revelation 21:3-5 John 5:28,29 Pslam 37:29
Sharon Dunn left a message on November 10, 2018:
My thoughts and prayers to Bob’s family. Bob was a neighbor on Carisbrook and was a fun guy to talk with and will miss his great smile.
shane manteuffel left a message on November 10, 2018:
Condolences to Bob's family Our thoughts and prayers are with you family at this tragic time. Shane Manteuffel and family
[email protected] left a message on November 9, 2018:
Bob will always be remember for the sound of his diesel truck and official wave when going back and forth on the street. His figure was a fixture tending the burning barrel during the annual spring and fall clean-up of the park. A smooth batch of chili won him honors at the last chili cook-off. He would plow out neighbors' driveways to help those who couldn't do it themselves This included removing the snow at the head of the street so neighbors' cars wouldn't get stuck. He enjoyed piloting his boat to winter storage with big Lake Erie waves hitting him in the face while keeping a big smile. Bob was an all-around good guy who would help anyone at any time. He will be truly missed. Neighbors for 25 years, Greg and Chris Gebolys
debbie nisch left a message on November 9, 2018:
To: Bob's family. We are deeply sorry for your loss. It came as quite a shock to us and we will miss him greatly.-- To Bob: we will miss hanging out with you and sharing our "opinions". NOW THAT WAS FUN! I'm sorry we missed that fishing trip this year and the bonfire in the backyard. You are heading to a better place my friend and God willing we will see you again. P.S. (I'm thinkin the beer is free) Love John and Deb
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Ann Tubbs left a message on November 9, 2018:
To Barbie, and to Bob's family' Marilyn Krueger sent me news, this morning, of Bob's death. How sorry I was to hear the news. Please accept my sympathy. When we moved back to this area from Connecticut, in the early 80's, I remember that Bob was heating with wood, which is what we had done in CT, and continued to do in our old home in MI. It gave us a 'kindred spirit' feeling---of someone who was interested in all sorts of possibilities. I'm sure he will be missed. Ann Moorhead Tubbs
Ron Dunn left a message on November 9, 2018:
To Barb and Bob's family. My deepest sympathy for the loss of Bob. A memory I have of Bob happened many years ago. I ran into Bob on a plane coming back from Florida. There was a bad storm happening when we were trying to land. Worst turbulence I have ever experienced. There were moments when we all thought that we might not make it. Obviously we did but I'll never forget the moments we shared together. God bless you all.
Katie schohn left a message on November 9, 2018:
I’m so sorry to hear of Bobs passing. He was my daughters bus driver and she came home and told me. My thoughts and prayers to your family at this sad time
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Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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