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July 20, 2018

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May 8, 2016
My name is Tom Stephens. My mother was Anna Bowman, sister to Albert Bowman. I grew up in Ohio but spent part of my summer school vacations each year with my grandparents, Greenberry and Susan Bowman in Lee County where I could be close to my aunts, uncles, cousins and other relatives. That was likely the richest time of my life to bring me to where I am today. So often growing up, we would "Go home" for the holidays and for vacation each year and my mother would always spend time with her brothers and sisters- in-law and I would have time to visit with my cousins that were always busy, the girls doing crafts and cooking, the boys hunting, fishing and doing other boy things when not working. It was all Americana- the way the world was meant to be, and that we see too little of today. Thank God, I came up in this family, this Kentucky and this American Heritage.
My condolences, and love to all..

Tom Stephens
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February 7, 2012
August 6, 2010
I'm going to miss Papaw a lot. I didn't know him for as long as some of my relatives, although I really wish I did. I do have memories, for instance I remember him telling me stories like of the giant who lost his big toe. I also remember him always sitting in his big chair and playing cards. I also remember this little leaf shaped ashtray. He would always tell me to go look in it, and take whatever coins were in it. I know I'll see him again, and when I do, I'll be able to make up for all of those years that I didn't know him.
August 6, 2010
When I think of my grandfather, "Poppy", one word comes to mind, 'Honorable.' I am so proud to have been his granddaughter and to have shared a part of his life and heritage. He was a good and honest man who loved his family and the land he worked for so many years. I can still hear him whistling as he came through the house, and I can still see him dressed up with his good hat on, going to town. All my life, I never heard anyone say a negative thing about him. We will all miss his humor, his love and his companionship!