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To the family of

James W. Bowser

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Stallings Funeral Home, P.A. We offer our most sincere condolences for your loss.
With sympathy and love, Al & Chris Kirby So very sorry to hear about "Pops" passing. We did not know him extremely well, but each time we were blessed by being in his presence, and every story Joey shared with us, it was obvious how important his family was to him and how very much he loved you. He was a good man. Heaven is certainly celebrating his arrival, and because of the faith he lived we rejoice with him at being in the presence of our creator. However, our hearts are saddened at the void his passing leaves in each of your hearts. We will keep your entire family in our prayers. We pray your memories along with Gods healing hand upon you, will carry you through in the happiness of those memories until the day you are reunited with him in our true home of heaven. May Gods love comfort and bless each of you in the days of healing ahead.
Jane C. Bowser I will always cherish the great times we had at the Bowser reunions and have been sharing one of my favorite memories, singing Elvira by the pool at Don and Helen's. Uncle Jim was always my favorite! Prayers for Aunt Margaret, Debbie, Terri, Michael and the whole family! I am so glad we got to be together last year and a few years ago in Geistown. I will always cherish those memories!
Jackson Family We would like to express our deepest sympathy. May those precious memories be foremost in your hearts and minds during this difficult time. Isaiah 25:8
Amanda Humphrey I want express how truly sorry I am for your loss. Pop will be greatly missed. I will always remember all the Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas meals the kids and I were able to enjoy with him and the family. We always looked forward to the traditions; delicious food, lots of laughs, and time with the family. Every time I watch The Christmas Story I will think of him. He always had it on repeat on Christmas day. I think I even know it by heart. :) Pop always loved seeing his Grandchildren and watching them play and run and grow. Grand-mom, Debby, Mike and Terri, you and the family are in my thoughts and prayers.
Massey Family Please except our deepest sympathy for the loss of Mr James Bowers who was a great husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. We will remember his kind smile and waves when we walked or drove pass your home. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Barbara Jean and Donald Royle Dear Uncle Jim, you will be missed terribly, I have so many happy memories of you, I don't know where to begin. I remember you making me laugh so hard when you would do your impressions of Crazy Guggenham from the Jackie Gleason show, I would laugh so much that when I think of it even today I still chuckle. When I stayed at your house during the summers I remember sleeping in that one bedroom, cause at that time your house was only a two bedroom...in that room was Michael, Terry, Debbie, Grandmom Koch and me, oh my gosh it was fun, once you got in bed you couldn't get up, it was wall to wall beds, I felt like we were the Waltons. But the funny thing is when everyone grew up, you guys kept adding on and adding on, then there was plenty of room, you really have a funny sense of humor Uncle Jim...........but since I was little I have always felt especially close to you and Aunt Margaret, I always felt loved and happy in your home, thanks for being such a happy and loving influence in my life, you will be truly missed, but now you'll be up in heaven with everyone that went before you, I know my Mom and Dad and Tony along with Uncle Fred, Aunt Elvira, Aunt Thelma, Aunt Cass, and all the others (too many to name) will be waiting for you to welcome you with open arms (please tell my Mom and Dad, I miss them terribly but I talk to them all the time). Love, Barbara Jean

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