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Beloved Father & Grandfather MN Viking & Restaurant Owner Passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on 12/31/12. Preceded in death by infant son & sister Judy. Survived by children Sarah Clarin (Wade), Philip (Carolyn) and Reid (Amanda) and their mother Karen; companion Kim...

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Very sorry to hear of Larry's passing. The news didn't get back to Ohio for some reason. He would always look me up when he was in the area and go for beer.I was quite stunned when I heard.
Bill Damicone

Dear Bowie Family: So sorry to hear of Larry's passing. We were classmates at Ravenna High, Class of '58. We only learned of this loss Sept. 2013. Prayers are with you.

3 Feb.2013 Just learned of Larry's passing-He lived with my family in late fifties and early sixties while I was in HS and he was on summer vacation from Purdue. He was like a big brother to me-the fact that he is no longer alive hurts!

We were just informed about Larry's passing. We are very sorry. May you hold tight the memories and laugh a lot!

Sorry to hear about the lost of a friend and teammate. My heart felt feelings go to the family. He was a good one will be missed.

over the last 8 years delivering booze to Jethros off and on I have become friends with Larry. Today i learned of his passing and it took my breath away. He was always very kind to me and i to him. It was a business relationship that went a step and a half furher. We were friends. I'll miss you friend.

I am so sorry to hear this news and truely my condoleces to the Family and friends of this Wonderful Man. We met back in the early 80's at Jethro's which Larry and Karen were the best Hosts. And then on to the Kickoff where we celebrated many weekends with laughter and the "Big Guy" that will always rest with many. We meet many great people in our lives but Larry will always be one of the Greatest Friends to greet and laugh and always share his warmth. RIP Larry, you will always be...

R.I.P. Larry Bowie! You will be greatly missed!

Larry was such a kind man! You would think he would be intimidating with his huge polar bear hands, the way they gripped his endless cigars.. He was a lot of fun and was so caring. I can still hear his low rough voice as he laughed. My deepest sympathy to the Bowie family. He will be missed!!