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November 16, 2018

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December 13, 2017
December 13, 2017
The Hackman Family and the entire staff extend to you our most heartfelt sympathy.
December 12, 2017
Just saw Doc Mowry's obituary. Told my wife. She gets wide eyed and says "He was the best vet ever!". Sturgis was so lucky to have him all of those years.
December 6, 2017
I married Lora Mowry in 1954, and she has been the ground of my life ever since. But coming to know Bob Mowry was an unexpected addition to my life, growing richer the longer I knew him. He was a model of how a person can continue to grow through life. A man of science professionally, he surprised me regularly with his interest in my professional career in literature, history, and the arts. In all of these he was an avid amateur in the best sense of that word--someone who pursues knowledge for a simple and natural love of the gain in an informed grasp of the world. I will miss his conversation and friendship like a hole in my life. He was a good man who lived his life well and left the world better than he found it.

William Holtz