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In Loving Memory

Blowers, Sr., Richard M. “Dick”

January 7, 1933 - January 1, 2024

Blowers, Sr., Richard M. “Dick”, 90, baptized into the hope of Christ’s resurrection on Monday, January 1, 2024.

Beloved husband of Mary Ann Blowers (nee Frick) and the late Joan Blowers; Loving father of Richard (Terry) Blowers, Jr. and the late Kim Blowers; cherished grandfather of Jennifer (Timothy) Simonds and Christopher Blowers and great-grandfather of Whitney, Conrad and Shepherd; our dear uncle, cousin, brother-in-law and friend.

Mr. Blowers was a retired chemist from Monsanto Chemical, Master Gardener at the Botanical Gardens, was a 4th degree Knights of Columbus  and a Knights of Columbus Clown (Top Hat), facilitator for Growing Through Grief, a deGreeff House volunteer, honorary member of the Society of American Magicians also serving as the National Administrator for many years.

Services: Visitation at Queen of All Saints Catholic Church, on Sat., Jan. 6, 9:30 am until funeral mass at 10:30 am. Interment Park Lawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the School Sisters of Notre Dame. A Kutis South County Chapel Service


10 thoughts on “Blowers, Sr., Richard M. “Dick””

  1. Dick did so much for so many especially in the world of Magic locally and Nationally.. he definitely left a mark and a good legacy!

  2. Harry and I send our love and condolences to Mary Ann and the family. Dick leaves a marvelous legacy, not only through his family, but through the joy he brought to so many for so many years. The world needs more men like Dick Blowers.

  3. Dick’s name was on my very first S.A.M. National Membership Card. What a great friend to magicians. He will be dearly missed.

  4. So sorry to hear. Dick was a wonderful guy, intelligent, and giving. He was well known in the world of Magic and a very good friend.

  5. Great clown and friend to all magicians that met him. I’ve had the pleasure to dine at his home and work with him on magic auctions, and of course work with him in as a fellow officer at SAM meetings. He will be missed.

  6. Dick always had a welcoming smile for every new magician that joined Assembly 8. I will always have fond memories of him.

  7. Sending my condolences to Uncle Dick’s family. I have many fond memories of visiting him with grandpa Shirley and Grandma Jeanne.
    Sending love and hugs ❤️

    Becky (Winfield) Edwards

  8. Sorry to hear of “Top Hat”’s passing. He was a long time member of MOOLAH Shrine Clowns along with his many other organizations. He will be missed. May his memory be a blessing.


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