Gregory Dwight Bowman
June 27, 1963 – June 9, 2021
Gregory Dwight Bowman was born on June 27, 1963 and passed away on June 9, 2021 and is under the care of McCarty - Evergreen Funeral Home.
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Gregory Dwight Bowman
June 21, 2021
Prayers for peace and comfort in the loss of Greg. I went to school with Greg in Tazewell. He always treated me kind and I just remember him being a big goofball and trying to make it through the day in school, always wanted to be somewhere else. Always remember the happy times, it will get you through God bless you
June 14, 2021
You taught me many things in life, how to write a letter correctly, my inspiration to proceed in art and sewing. I am so glad I had you in my life even though it was a short amount of time I still value every single moment. Life is a struggle you always reminded me of that, you told me to proceed in my dreams to be a dentist. Do the right things, don't consume alcohol or any type of drug. Its addicting, you bragged about me to everyone and all my "brains". I remember the very last phone call I received from you telling me congratulations on my awards, you would have loved to be there and all your co-workers told me how much you bragged about me and congratulations. You made sure to tell the world about your children and grandchildren. You were the best grandfather a girl could ask for. I am just so devastated you won't be around anymore for me, Hailey, Dylan, Kristy (mom), and Mycah (Uncle Mike). We all loved and appreciated you so so much. I am so glad I had you even for the shortest amount of time you made sure I had what I needed, just like mom. You taught me a lot of useful things not just anyone could have taught me. It was the love of a grandfather that made me push through. You will be missed my many many people Paw. No more hurt or pain will be with you. Guard us, we need you. Mom needs you, Uncle Mike needs you, Dylan and Hailey needs you. I need you. Paw I love you very much.
-Your loving granddaughter Katelyn.
"Imma' shut her down for now".
It was a honor sewing your jeans because you told me you wouldn't let just anyone do that.
"Ole Paw's chicken scratch" (your cursive writing)