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Brian Bowes

February 27, 1948February 7, 2021

My Dad went to meet his maker in the night. The coldest night of the year, -50 with the wind. He smiled when I told him that. He met death on his own terms with enormous fortitude of will.

Brian was a bush man through and through. He was a teacher to many of us, bush knowledge that is hard to find. He will be greatly missed by many friends so close they were like family. He loved to hunt, fish, and drive the lake. He lived his life on his own terms, passionate about his views. He faced death the same way. Brian Bowes. Grandpa Bear. B. Friend, Brother, Dad.

Brian is survived by his Children: Arin (Joshua Rzepczynski) Bowes, and Adam (Amanda) Bowes. His Grandchildren: Drake Rzepczynski, Pandora Rzepczynski, Mavrik Rzepczynski, and Hudson Bowes. His Brothers: Richard (Carole) Bowes and Mark Bowes (Kathryn Cooper) and many other cousins nieces and nephews. Cremation has taken place and at Brian’s request there will be no service.

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Barbara Larsen

February 24, 2021

Brian will be missed. He was always so helpful to our family at the cabin, took care of our floating dock for years, and so much other help to numerous to name them.

Marilyn Venerus

February 24, 2021

My sincere condolences to the Bowes Family. We were East Enders who grew up together

Donna Klyne Wood

February 21, 2021

Sincere condolences to Brian’s family,Brian grew up in the East End neighborhood where I met him as a child,he was always fishing ,hunting or at the lake and bush with his Dad Horace,He will be missed by all his old neighbors

Eric Johnson

February 21, 2021

Thoughts and prayers to Brian's family and friends. It was a pleasure to work alongside Brian on the Harbor Lites delivering fuel on Rainy Lake. He will be missed greatly.

Norman(Pudgy) Lockman

February 21, 2021

Condolences to family and friends. See you on the other side my friend. R.I.P

Rob Budreau

February 18, 2021

One of the finest handloaders, shootists, and hunters I have ever known. His love for the lake and the outdoors was only surpassed by his love for family and friends. He was a close friend and will be greatly missed. My deepest sympathy to Arin, Adam, and family... see ya on the other side B.

Bob Fisher

February 17, 2021

Brian was a legend in the Fort High weight room.
One of the strongest men I ever met.
Rest In Peace Brian from one bushman to another.
All the best to the family.
Regards
Bob Fisher
Mine Centre

Millie Olson

February 14, 2021

My deepest condolences to all of Brian’s loved ones 🙏🏻🌹. RIP my friend.

Janet Prust

February 13, 2021

We are so saddened to hear about Brian’s death. He was one of the true authentic people I’ve known and was a major part of our Canadian experience for many years. Always smiling, happy to see you, always had a story or advice even when you didn’t want it ;). I often wondered how he did it but always happy to see him. Good luck Brian on your next adventure. We’ll miss you. To his family - we are sad for your loss but he will live on in your soul.

Peter York

February 9, 2021

Sorry for your loss.

FROM THE FAMILY