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Kathy Amos (Bowers)

Kathy Amos Bowers, wife of classmate Gary Bowers, died August 3, 2014, after an 8 year battle with ovarian cancer.  She and Gary were married over 43 years.

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08/16/14 09:07 PM #1    

Karen Fleming (LeMore)

So sad to read about Kathy's passing from such an awful disease.  (I so hope that the cure for cancer is discovered in our lifetime.)    I have fond memories of morning chats at "our" bus-stop (Delray at Hyde Grove Ave) during high school. I'll never forget the day Kathy grabbed my hand, opened my palm, and dropped her contact onto it.  It freaked me out but thankfully, I did not drop it!  :-)

My heartfelt condolences to her family and especiallly to her husband Gary.


08/18/14 03:42 PM #2    

Annette White (Kenney)

I am so very shocked and saddened to read about Kathy's death. She was a special friend in high school. I didn't realized she was married to Gary. My thoughts & prayers for comfort for the family.

08/21/14 10:49 AM #3    

Debra Ervin

Kathy Amos was one of my closest friends in high school. I am so sorry to learn of her passing. She was a gentle, generous and funny woman who was a good friend. My mother made her wedding dress and I was in Kathy's and Gary's wedding.  I know she would have been a good wife and mother. The one time I ran into her in Jax, she spoke so proudly of her family. Gary and family, I wish you good memories at this very sad time. 

Debbie Ervin

08/22/14 08:23 AM #4    

Carol DeLander (Baker)

I am so sad to hear about Kathy. I remember her as a good friend our junior year, we had such laughs in Miss McClerkins English class ( we referred to her as Mary Ellen) . She was such a sweet girl with a great sense of humor and I'm sure a wonderful wife and mother.  I wish we could have reconnected, I know she will be missed .

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