In Memoriam Warren Bowe Navy Veteran Warren Bowe passed away August 1, 2012, at 85 years old. The phone doesn't ring much when you pass 70. This was not the fault of so many people who blessed my life. I have a short list of them to say thanks to. If I may borrow a great one liner from General Patton, speaking to Gen. Omar Bradley, "Brad I have a lot of faults, but ungrate-fulness is not one of them." Bowe, your passing demands I share my appreciation for what you did for me, spiritually and professionally, as have many others. I must limit my thanks here to T.E.C.O. people only. Thirty seven years is a lot of memories. 1965-2002, may the following know, I think of you and pray often: T.Braddy, E. Kelley, B Mullis, Bill Smith, P. Demeza, Jack White, J.Cascio, D. Harris, S. Randall, G. Douglas, J.Demuth, Rich Kabat , J. Meadows, and the guy no one could match electrically, Ralph Painter. I'm still painfully aware that a couple of you on occasion, made the info or lesson to me, as difficult as you could. Mr.Warren topped that list by far. I'm sure I deserved it and am grateful for your approach. Tough lessons are usually better. This may be the last time I'll get to say thank you to some of you. It is long over due to many. Thank you, Tampa Electric Co. it was a great run. To my students, [Jerrys kids,] I miss you most. I saw many of you at Big Bend in July, and the way you have carried your responsibility to the Co. you have made me proud. I hope the following does not concern you about my departure. I know it is not time yet. I have had my 70 years and am on the bonus round. My last encouragement to you comes from the Gospel of John, chapter 1: As the apostle Phillip said to Nathaniel in regard to Jesus. We have found the promised messiah, "come and see." Thank You...Jerry Reschke (saved by grace that I'm sure I did not deserve)
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Published in TBO.com from Aug. 13 to Sept. 11, 2012