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Obituaries » William Clarence Bowman, Jr.

July 18, 1971 - January 30, 2021

Service Date: February 6, 2021

Posted by:
Jonathan Bowman

Posted on:
February 6, 2021

'I give all praises to God who shall continue to be a great part of my life'. I want to say so many thing but there would not be enough pages to fill the book when speaking about you so I will just stick to a few great memories we had as cousins. I remembered our last conversation some months ago when you and the family visited for my nephew your cousin Adrian's wedding and we discuss getting to together and me bringing the family down to North Carolina to visit. I did not know that would be the last conversation we would have but something seemed so special about it and I remembered we talk for such a long time about life, love, and family. You will be truly missed and it would be unfitting if I did not share a quick story with Beck and the kids. One of my loving memories of Will (who I called Junior) is the time we spend in California. He and Beck live in Long Beach and I in West Covina. He always tried to get me to come go fishing with him and of course being me I was always reluctant to do so cause I wanted to know where this fishing trip would go. Junior was a risk taker and did not mine letting you know he love adventure. So one day I took him up on the offer and he said you come and stay the weekend we will go fishing on Long Beach harbor. I agreed so we got together he and I made it happen. Fishing from the shore along the harbor was fun but we caught nothing we always talked about life and family. I remembered one day doing our few fishing adventures he told me to catch the real fish we need to go out there, where I asked, on the harbor he said. I asked how we gonna get there we have to rent a boat, leave it up to me he said the next time you come I will have a way. Weeks pass and we talked again he said I found a way for us to go on the harbor I said how, I got a boat I said ok lets go. When I arrive in Long Beach that day I was expecting to get in a boat well that boat turn out to be a blown up dingy or life raff of some sort. I told him I don't know about going out in the harbor on that, he stated it would be fine. He said I have already gone out there it's ok. so I agreed. We had a blast catching small sharks and all kinds of fish. I just remembered that he and I shared that experience together and I will hold on to that lasting memory.....RIP cousin until I see you again 'heaven has a angel'!! To Beck, and the kids all the blessings and may God bless you.

Posted by:
Charletta Castle & Eva Davis Family

Posted on:
February 6, 2021

With Deepest Symathy & Condolences To The Bowman Family! Thinking of You In These Difficult Times & Sending Our Love.

Posted by:
sharon chavis

Posted on:
February 6, 2021

Hoping that you find comfort in God during these trying times.

Posted by:
VeLisa Webber

Posted on:
February 4, 2021

To Pat, Monsieur, and the entire Bowman family. My heart is so heavy, and goes out to each one of you. What does give me peace is knowing what a kind and loving heart Junior had, and having no doubt that he was a true soldier of the Lord. Therefore, I know that he is in a better place. May God continue to give you strength, comfort, and peace to get through these difficult times. I love you all!

Posted by:
Dorothy Anderson

Posted on:
February 3, 2021

Heaven has gained another Angel, you were a Godly person; Sorry for your loss to the Family, Jr, may you rest in peace Brother.

Posted by:
Martin Black

Posted on:
February 2, 2021

Rest in peace Junior/cuz. My thoughts and prayers to the family.

Posted by:
Rita Brown

Posted on:
February 1, 2021

Will miss you God Brother/Cuz. (Love you) RIH

Posted by:
Monsieur Bowman

Posted on:
January 31, 2021

I love you bro!