Wilma, Randy and Patricia, We are so sorry to hear of Fox's passing. Our prayers and thoughts are with you.
Your light will forever shine in the hearts of those you touched. And we all are ever so grateful ... Thank you for the memories. Rest in Peace Mr. Bowers.
Special Blessings From:
Gladys Mattson & Family
Dale, Peggy & Dustan Windsor
The skies will be brighter with an added star to shine down on us all. Mr. Bowers will always be remembered as the kind & caring man he was. He never hesitaed to help his neighbors out demonstrating his Christian ways. He drove to Nashville's Airport on numerous occasions to get my mom, son & I and bring us to our cousin Dorothy Ann Burney's home. We will forever be grateful for such. Our heartfelt sympathies to all the family.
Our Love & Blessings,
Gladys Mattson & Family
Peggy Mattson Windsor & Family
I will miss you my friend.
I worked with David many years ago at Walmart. His smile and positive attitude made him special. I remember he was so proud of his Mustang that he took such good care of. The "Fox" will be missed.
I knew the "Fox" from Frosty Morn and thought a lot of him , I haven't seen him in a while but he was well liked and a fine man.
Pat Dowdy and family
Dear Bowers Family,
David was such a fine, humble Christian man. Lisa and I love your family and we are so sorry for your loss. Please give Randy a hug for me in case I miss him. God Bless you with and comfort that God has taken him home.
We at the Crow Community Center send our deepest condolence to the Bower Family. We cared deeply for Mr. Bowers and will miss him so very much. We will miss his smile, his kind words, and just his simple presence. He was truly a genuine angel walking amongst us.
Our condolences on the loss of your husband. May God's grace give strength and peace in the days ahead.
Donna Alexander and Renie Higgins
Please accept our condolences,our thoughts and prayers are with you. Sylvia Rivera and family
So sorry to hear of Mr. David's passing. He will be greatly missed . He always came to the Governors Square Mall to walk at 7:30 every morning. Always friendly, smiling and on his last lap, he would hold up one finger and say " just one more to go ". He was a true " Mall Walker" . Rest in peace Mr. David ".
Mr. Bowers was a fine christian man who loved his family. He will be missed.