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Joseph Edward Bowles Obituary
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July 19, 2018

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August 18, 2016
We send our love to the family and prayers for peace and comfort. Joe was a big part of my life growing up and a part of our family. I feel a great loss but look forward to seeing him on the other side. Sally and Steve Taylor
August 14, 2016
Joe was always into a project of some kind And memory says most of the time IT got done.. He was a needler and very good at it Was well liked by those who worked with him and knew him My sympathy to the family He was just a good guy
August 10, 2016
Though I know you do not know me, I'm sure you will have heard my name. I am Cheryl Cook Haun. I am the daughter of Harold Galloway Cook.(son of Eschol Partin Cook Sparling Hitch)..Your dad/ husband was my Dad's cousin. I speak for myself and my 3 siblings when I say we are so sorry for your loss. We visited Lake Springs one time that I remember, staying with Aunt Blanche. Joe was quite a bit older,single , and working in town ( I thought him quite dashing). I was maybe 7 or 8 my brother Jim about 14 and my sister Debi was 4. (Our youngest brother, Harold, was not yet born). Joe took us somewhere on the farm near a pond. We got to milk a cow(a big treat for desert kids) and EATEN BY CHIGGERS! We will always remember that trip. ....One day when Joe returned from town, he brought Debi and me little plastic purses that had hair clips in them. We were absolutely smitten from that point forward. We always have held him in high regard. I last spoke with him several years ago when we were caring for our Great Uncle Wade( Partin) prior to his death. We will be remembering you all as you adjust to life without him. Cheryl Cook Haun, Stevenson WA