Terry R.-Bowlin Jr.-Obituary

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Terry R. Bowlin Jr.

Salem, Ohio

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Terry R. Bowlin Jr., age 41, of Salem died at 10:36 p.m. Wednesday, August 8, 2018 at the Salem Regional Medical Center. He was born June 22, 1977 in Salem, the son of Terry R. and Pamela A. (Marks) Bowlin.   Terry worked for Orchard Hiltz and McCliment Inc. in Reminderville as a Community...

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Terry, you truly made the world a better place with your presence. May we carry your legacy in our hearts and carry your contributions forward. Thank you for being a positive influence on my life. You will be missed. My prayers for comfort and peace with your family and friends.

T - you will be incredibly missed. You positively influenced so many young men at a time when they needed that guidance the most. I would not be who I am today without you and I'm thankful I got to be a part of your life. Rest easy. In ZAX.

Terry, You were the best!!! Im so glad we both brought each other the LCA!! Me helping you first and then after I lost my way, you brought me back!!! My heart is crushed right now but thanks for making so many peoples lives more special by just being you!!!!
Hoping your next magic carpet ride is as great as this one was!!!

Many prayers to the Bowlin family. Terry was an amazing person and a true friend.

My sweet amazing friend...youll never be forgotten. You always had a way about you to make others feel good, to bring everyone together, to create beautiful friendships and to make us all laugh till it hurt. You are loved. You will be missed by so many. As we share memories and celebrate your life, we know youre with us all. I pray for your family, for your Lambda Chi brothers and for your many, many friends. You my friend, changed lives and touched hearts. You were a true leader who made a...

May the Lord bless and keep you Terry. Great guys will always be missed, but Lambda Chi great guys will always rule.

So sorry for your loss, my thoughts and prayers are with you guys.

Just wanted to say thank you for everything you did for me and my brothers. You taught me life lessons that I will teach my kids. You left a bigger impact on me than you could ever understand. In ZAX, brother.