A wonderful Teacher, Coach, Father and Man. Rest In Peace
Dear Michael and Family, I am truly sorry for your loss. Your Dad is a true part of Milton history and his memory will live on in so many... Mr. Bowes was quite a guy with stories abound; and often a life lesson involved in that story. He often came into PO Boxes years back to buy stamps and would stay and talk to me, and what he said always mattered. It was always such a pleasure to bump into your Dad. God Bless You All.
Jack, Sorry for your loss. Jake Muldoon
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Rest in Peace Coach
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Jack, Mike and Tim,
I will always remember my conversations with your dad at the Villa Rosa. He was a true gentleman. He was a great guy. Always made me laugh!
Sorry for your familly's loss.
I first learned a delight in words ~ their playfulness, and their power ~ from Mr. Bowes. Many still resonate in my head, as I recall the energy and excitement he brought to his classroom. Grateful for having had him as a teacher for a year, I send my best thoughts for healing and remembrance to all of the Bowes family, and to the many others whose lives he touched and made better.
To the entire Bowes family,
Your dad is one of the great men. He touched so many lives and I am grateful for his advice & encouragement through the years. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
All that knew Jack, recognized his devotion to his family and students. Some will remember him most for his"hello please"greeting, I will remember him as a man who only did what was the honest thing to do!
Sad to read of your Dad's passing,he is in our prayers.Martha and I extend our sincere condolences to you all.
Enjoyed the years when your Dad taught and coached with me at North Middlesex Regional H.S.We often spent time together with you and your parents!
Loved them both very much!!
Here was a man who was truly loved and respected by all who knew him. Thanks to the Bowes family for sharing him with us. We are all grieving with you .
Dear Maureen and Family -
We would like to extend our sincere condolences for your loss. It was such a pleasure to be able to help care for your dad at the end of his life. He brought so many smiles to everyone around him and certainly leaves behind a life to celebrate! May you find comfort in celebrating his life and all the peoples' lives he touched!
The team at Fidelis Hospice
I was a classmate of Pat's and never had Coach Bowes as a teacher, but remember his hallway presence well and fondly. Hold your memories close and please accept my deepest and most heartfelt condolences.
Michael, Maureen and Family,
Saddened for your loss of your dad. Happy for all of my wonderful memories of him around the East side of town. Please accept my deepest sympathy in your loss,