OBITUARY

Dennis Mark Cowan

July 10, 1958November 19, 2019
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Dennis Mark Cowan of Locust Grove, Georgia, age 61, passed away Tuesday November 19, 2019.

Mark was born July 10, 1958 in Griffin, Georgia to Pat Cowan and the late Clifford Cowan of Florida.

Mark is survived by his wife, Amy of Locust Grove; daughters, Katie Bischoff and Madalyn Greco of North Carolina; mother, Pat Cowan and brother, Bill Cowan of Florida and Michael Cowan of North Carolina.

Mark was a veteran of the United States Army serving from 1976 to 1979 as a helicopter mechanic and crew chief for Huey helicopters. After his service, Mark’s civilian careers included automotive mechanics and most recently as an arborist before his retirement.

Mark’s passions in life were music, football, cooking and time with his wife, Amy and family.

In lieu of flowers those wishing to give in remembrance of Mark can make a donation to the American Diabetes Association at www.diabetes.org or Grady Memorial Hospital at www.gradyhealthfoundation.org.

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Mariah Gernand

November 25, 2019

I miss my fishing buddy, the picture below is me wearing your D.O.A buff. You let me wear it to keep the wind off my face so it would not get chapped. Fishing was your passion and most of all you loved your boat. I'm glad you took me fishing a couple of times, we always went to Jackson lake and the first time I threw my line under a dock you said that girl knows what she doing. I miss you mark and I love you very much. You will always be my fishing buddy!

Lem Miller

November 25, 2019

I am so glad that I had the opportunity to get to know Mark. I always enjoyed our date nights with our wives, fishing trips and his stories and jokes. I will miss my fishing partner and look forward to seeing him again.

Adam & Tiffany Warren

November 25, 2019

I will never forget coming over and you cooking for us or going out to eat with y’all. My most favorite memory will always be dancing with you in the garage to Josh Turner. You were a gift from GOD & Josh to our “Mama Amy” and we will always be thankful for that and for the fact that our son got to know you too. We love you and will see you again. ❤️

Mike Cowan

November 25, 2019

I will never forget the good times growing up with you as my big brother. Teaching me to shoot your bow and how to ride a motorcycle. Or the time you stood up for me when the big kids from the high school tried to take my bike. You gave them a whoopin' they probably still remember. I know everything wasn't always the best, but the best is all I choose to remember. I love you and look forward to seeing you again in heaven.

Anita Miller

November 25, 2019

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