• Woodfin Funeral Chapel
    Murfreesboro, TN
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Winston Williams Bowling 1924 - 2013

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Winston Williams Bowling

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October 21, 2013
God knows how great a loss this is. He will provide you with peace, strength and comfort with each passing day- 1John 3:20
October 17, 2013
My deepest sympathy to the entire Bowling family. Some 17 years ago I left Hoover Paint for my ultimate career. Having the pleasure of working for Mr. Bowling and his family was by far a unique and rewarding experience. Mr. Bowling was absolutely a man of greatest integrity,knowledge, and and simply just a good person to know and work for. He was always most understanding and he believed in me and at that time, I di not really believe in myself. He helped me mature and grow as a person and an employee. So many things I have thought of remind me of him and his dear wife. I would mention an accomplishment to him and how big I thought this could turn out, and I so truly remember his remark. Gee Whiz. No one wants to hear me ramble but pages and pages it would take to describe a man as close to perfect as a man can be. God Bless each one of the family and employees who remember me.
Joe Hurt

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