OBITUARY

Timothy Allen Bowling

April 9, 1960February 24, 2018
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Timothy A. Bowling of Commerce Township, passed away suddenly on February 24, 2018 at 57 years of age. Loving husband of Lori for 31 years. Proud father of Samantha Bowling and Gerian (Brandon) Stephens. Brother of Terry (Genesia) Bowling, Teresa (Tim) Powers and Kay (Jim) Turner. Nephew of Grace (the late Larry) Bowling. Son-in-law of Eugene and Sandra Wimbrow. Brother-in-law of Kellie (Joel) Wimbrow, Brenda Wimbrow and Mark Gilchrist. Special family to Tina, Megan and Mandy Kelly. He is also survived by many nieces, nephews, friends and extended family. He is preceded in death by his parents, Bobby and Patty Bowling.

Tim enjoyed scratch off Bingo lottery tickets and going to the casino. He loved his Lions and Tigers and was an avid U of M sports fan. He liked bowling, was very competitive and "loved to win". His greatest joy was spending time with his family, bon fires with the kids, and teaching his children how to ride the lawn tractor and fish. He was such a good teacher, his children learned to fish better than him and caught bigger fish at the end of the day. Along with spending time with the family, he especially enjoyed listening to his daughter, Samantha sing, dance and perform in theatre. His proudest day was when she received a scholarship to the New York Film Academy. He will truly be missed by all.

Funeral Services will be held at 10:00 am on Friday, March 2, 2018 at the Union Lake Chapel of the Elton Black & Son Funeral Home, 1233 Union Lake Road in White Lake. The family will receive friends on Thursday from 2-8 pm. Memorial contributions suggested to the Samantha Bowling College Fund.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, March 1, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, March 2, 2018
REMEMBERING

Timothy Allen Bowling

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Greg Bradley

March 6, 2018

Tim worked at MAC Valves for more than 20 years. As his boss for the past year and a fellow manufacturing employee for MAC during Tim's time with the company, I can honestly say that I have never heard one bad thing said about the man. He was such a hard worker. He took pride in what he did each day. On behalf of many employees Tim worked with, we express our heartfelt condolences to his family. He will be missed greatly by many.

Laura Weatherly (Turner)

March 3, 2018

My best memories of my uncle Tim take me back to my childhood. I remember the Easter we spent with you in your home. I remember all the times you came to our house and played ball with my younger brothers and sisters.... even the time Katie missed the ball and ended up with a black eye. I remember Kentucky when we visited Grandpa Bobby, and all the fun we had there. I’m also reminded of Tims little dog and side kick Tuffy. I can remember swinging on my screen door in Keego watching Tuffy and Fluffy my moms(Kay) dog play while you and my mom visited at our Kitchen table. You were a good man and you were always a good uncle to me. You will be loved and missed forever.

Joan Turner

February 28, 2018

When Tim and Lori would come have cook outs and play canasta with my husband Tom and I and the kid's would play and have a great time. It was best when the women won at canasta.

Gerian Stephens

February 28, 2018

Not one memory can trump another, you dad were truly one of a kind. You taught me everything from fishing, riding quads, playing horseshoes, all the way to your taste in music. I know you will always be with us, guiding us like you always have, letting us know that life has that funny way of working out even though it doesn't always seem fair. We love you daddy and thank you for being the greatest man in our lives

Sandi Wimbrow

February 27, 2018

Shy quiet Tim. Our son-in-law who we will truly miss. My favorite memory of him is coming to my family reunion cause he loved playing horseshoes. He won quite a few times in the singles and doubles. Something he really enjoyed. That and he loved watching sports. When we had family get togethers, Eugene would turn any game on so he could watch. ❤

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Biography

Timothy A. Bowling of Commerce Township, passed away suddenly on February 24, 2018 at 57 years of age. Loving husband of Lori for 31 years. Proud father of Samantha Bowling and Gerian (Brandon) Stephens. Brother of Terry (Genesia) Bowling, Teresa (Tim) Powers and Kay (Jim) Turner. Nephew of Grace (the late Larry) Bowling. Son-in-law of Eugene and Sandra Wimbrow. Brother-in-law of Kellie (Joel) Wimbrow, Brenda Wimbrow and Mark Gilchrist. Special family to Tina, Megan and Mandy Kelly. He is also survived by many nieces, nephews, friends and extended family. He is preceded in death by his parents, Bobby and Patty Bowling.

Tim enjoyed scratch off Bingo lottery tickets and going to the casino. He loved his Lions and Tigers and was an avid U of M sports fan. He liked bowling, was very competitive and "loved to win". His greatest joy was spending time with his family, bon fires with the kids, and teaching his children how to ride the lawn tractor and fish. He was such a good teacher, his children learned to fish better than him and caught bigger fish at the end of the day. Along with spending time with the family, he especially enjoyed listening to his daughter, Samantha sing, dance and perform in theatre. His proudest day was when she received a scholarship to the New York Film Academy. He will truly be missed by all.

Funeral Services will be held at 10:00 am on Friday, March 2, 2018 at the Union Lake Chapel of the Elton Black & Son Funeral Home, 1233 Union Lake Road in White Lake. The family will receive friends on Thursday from 2-8 pm. Memorial contributions suggested to the Samantha Bowling College Fund.