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Timothy Bowman

In Loving Memory

Bowman, Timothy G.

December 7, 1961 - January 19, 2024

Sunrise 12/7/61; Sunset 1/19/24

It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of Tim, a beloved daddy and papa as well as son, brother, uncle, cousin, and friend, on January 19, 2024 at 1:27 AM

At the young age of 62 years old, Tim passed away in the arms of his daughter after a six week long, hard fought fight to heart failure. 

Beloved Daddy to Candice (Jonathan) Hathorn; The very best Papa to Caiah, Camille, and Jaylen Hathorn; As well as dearest son of Barbara (nee McCarty) Gallo and Lawrence Bowman; Loving brother of Larry (Becky) Bowman, Steve (Kim) Bowman, Kevin (Jennifer) Bowman, and the late Sean (surviving Jennifer) Bowman; A cherished uncle, cousin, and friend, with special mention to his ex-wife and friend, Michelle McKenzie.

Tim was a loyal and loving and proud father to his daughter Candice, she was his greatest joy. He was a dedicated and full time papa to his grandbabies, Caiah, Camille and Jaylen. He spent most of his days with them teaching sports, playing in dollhouses, and spoiling them every chance he had. He was also a faithful and fun-loving son, brother, uncle, cousin and treasured friend to many, always ready to lend a hand or share a story and a laugh. 

Tim was a lion of a man, courageous and strong, who faced every challenge with optimism and grace. He set the standard of what it was to be a daddy, papa and a man. He was also very passionate about hockey and a dedicated fan of the St Louis Blues. He was a St. Louis lover to his soul. He was a history buff and trivia extraordinaire. There were not many things that he could not tackle head on and solve. If he couldn’t fix it, it probably couldn’t be fixed.

Tim will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved him. The impressions he made will always be in our hearts as he gave us enough memories to last a lifetime and then some. It was an honor to know him and a privilege to feel the depth of his love. 

In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Calvary Bible Church of Florissant, where they will be creating a youth room named in his honor. 

Tim’s daughter and family kindly request those attending services to either wear the color Blue or wear St. Louis Blues gear in honor of his love for the Blues.

SERVICES: Visitation on Friday, January 26th from 4:00 – 7:00 PM at KUTIS AFFTON CHAPEL (10151 Gravois Rd 63123). 

Funeral on Saturday, January 27th at 10:00 AM at KUTIS AFFTON CHAPEL (10151 Gravois Rd 63123). Interment at Our Redeemer Cemetery. 

Repast to be held following services at CALVARY BIBLE CHURCH OF FLORISSANT (825 Graham Rd Florissant MO 63031). Tim’s daughter and family welcomes all who would like to gather for lunch to celebrate the life and memories as well as share stories about the impact he had on others.


6 thoughts on “Bowman, Timothy G.”

  1. Larry, I cannot express enough my heartfelt condolences for the sorrow youre experiencing. Thinking and praying for your family during this time of grief.

  2. To my cousin Candice and Family, it was a Blessing to have met your Dad a couple of times, just seeing the love he had for Family, was Beautiful, Rest now Papa Tim, Praying for Comfort and Strength to you all Love GeeRed, Atlanta GA

  3. In Loving Memory of Tim – A Heartfelt Personal Statement
    It is with profound sorrow and a heavy heart that we bid farewell to my brother, Tim. Tim’s presence in our lives was a source of boundless joy, unwavering strength, and enduring love. His departure leaves a void that can never be filled, but his indomitable spirit and the cherished memories we shared will forever illuminate our hearts.
    Tim was not just a brother; he was a beacon of courage, a pillar of support, and an embodiment of love. His dedication to family was unparalleled, and the love he showered upon his daughter, Candice, and his grandchildren, Caiah, Camille, and Jaylen, was a testament to the depth of his paternal devotion. Whether engaging in playful activities, imparting life lessons, or simply reveling in the joy of familial bonds, Tim’s commitment to his loved ones was unwavering.
    His sense of humor was infectious, and the unique phrases he coined, like “sapsucker” and “cheesmo,” became treasured expressions of his distinctive personality. Tim had an innate ability to bring laughter into any room, creating an atmosphere of warmth and camaraderie that endeared him to all.
    Tim faced life’s challenges with remarkable resilience and grace. His passion for the St. Louis Blues and his knack for fixing things showcased his diverse interests and skills. A man of profound depth and genuine kindness, Tim left an indelible mark on everyone fortunate enough to know him.
    As we navigate the pain of his absence, let us draw strength from the beautiful memories we shared with Tim. His legacy of love, laughter, and unwavering support will continue to resonate in our hearts, providing solace and inspiration in the days ahead.
    Tim, you were more than a brother. Your memory will forever be etched in our hearts, and the impact of your love and the essence of your spirit will endure through the countless lives you touched.
    Rest in peace, brother. You will be profoundly missed.
    With love and cherished memories… Go Blues,

  4. Thank you God for giving Tim to me for 22,688 days! Thanks Timo for the memories you gave me. I miss and love you very much and I know we will see each other again. are you singing Chickery chick you really liked it when I sent you that song plus it puts a smile on my face to see how you would saying it to the nurses and doctors at the hospital. So many people at the hospital said how kind and polite you were and I couldn’t agree with them more. I hope you’re getting all the roast beef and. Imo‘s pizza, and all the heavenly chocolate!!
    What kind of mischief are you and Sean getting into? You were so brave in your six weeks at the hospital I’m so proud of you! Remember, Tim, you are my one and only Timo margarine 💙 the blues won last night!! sending you love and hugs💙🦋 mommy

  5. Sending a warm embrace to all of Tims family and friends. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this sad time.


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