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Edward Joseph McGowan

Renton, Washington

Sep 7, 1915 – May 1, 2011


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Arrangements under the direction of Greenwood Funeral Home, Renton, WA.

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May 1st, 2012

Dear Dad,
I can't belive you have been gone a year today. I still miss you and think of you every day.Life is not the same without you and mom.I only hope someday I can join you both in heaven and be together again. I am in no hurry to do that though...lol. Rest in peace and telll mom I love and miss both of you so much.


Dear Dad,
I can't even begin to tell you all the great memories I have of you when I was growing up. You have been the best father anyone could ask for. I miss you terribly right now. The thought of you being with mom and in a wonderful place makes it a little easier. Thank you for all you've done for me Dad. I love you with all my heart. Give mom a BiG hug for me too. And save me a good seat next to you both. Love, Your daughter, Vicky

Dear Elizabeth and the McGowan Family,
We Sisters send you our supportive prayers as your Father enters his eternal happiness. May Edward's new life in God's Presence bring great peace and joy to him and may you know his nearness often.

Although we didn't get to see each other very often - since we lived on opposite coasts, I remember fondly our visits in Marshall. I am so glad that we were able to talk and visit on Skype the past few years. Rest in peace Uncle Micky with your beloved Betty.

You will be missed by many! Thank you for creating all those special memories with me as a kid! I will NEVER forget your songs, clever antics or your patience to take a kid fishing! I will miss my favorite fishing buddy but will always remember how much fun i had when "grampa took me fishing"!! THANK YOU....LOVE YOU GRAMPA! Say hi to gramma for me......

On Behalf of the Officers and Members of the Msgr. L. L. Meyer's Knights of Columbus Council 1422, in Marshall, Texas. We mourn the loss of our 77 year member and Brother. May Mac & Mrs. Betty enjoy their new life in a better place and visit with old friends and Brother Knights that have went on before them.

Bill Elliott, Fin/ Sec. K of C Council 1422, Marshall, Texas