Condolence From: Bill Cooperider, Delaware, Oh
Condolence: Cecil, saw about your Sons passing in paper. So sorry. You and his family have our deepest sympathy.
Bill &a Marlene Cooperider
Condolence From: Joseph Phillips, Columbus, OH
Condolence: Tom was a good friend and a better man. My condolences to his family and loved ones.
Condolence From: Steven Clinton, Dublin, Ohio
Condolence: To the family and friends of Tom Bowling. On behalf of all of the physicians, nurses, and staff of the The James/OSU we send our most sincere condolences. We have lost a friend and each of us will have fond memories of Tom, particularly his zest for life, and his bravery and perseverance. I particularly will treasure the times when we could put the medical issues on the back-burner and talk about his love of music and guitars. Through music and teaching he brought so much joy for others that will live on for years to come. We will miss him.
Condolence From: john and elaine braisted, gahanna, oh
Condolence: dear Elizabeth
we were so sorry to hear about the passing of Tom.You are in our prayers at this time.We will be on the look out for further mention of a memorial.Tom touched so many lives. peace,and love,John and elaine
Condolence From: Ellen McKee, Westerville, OH
I took guitar lessons from Tom for 5 years, and my grandson took ukulele. He was a wonderful teacher. About a year ago, he recommended the book The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto by Mitch Albom. I loved the book and felt connected to the story of the music from my lifetime. Each Monday I couldn't help feel the "Magic Strings of Tom Bowling" bring so much joy and a sense of fulfillment to me learning how to play the guitar my father made for me when he retired. It was a personal goal, and I thank Tom for making that happen. I know how much his students thought of him, and we'll all miss him. Know that many thoughts and prayers are with you in this difficult and sad time.
Condolence From: Traci Ryan, Westerville, Oh
I am sorry for your pain.
Tom brought much happiness to my husband teaching him how to play guitar while Cliff was battling cancer.
May God hold you close during this time of sorrow. E6369
Condolence From: Lois Moreland, Sun City Center, Fl
Condolence: Dear Cecil
Gary and I wish to extend our
deepest Sympathy. We were so
sorry to hear about Tom. Watching
him grow up from a young boy to
a wonderful talented young man
was my pleasure.
We are so glad we were able to
see him recently.
Lois & Gary
Condolence From: Cindi Kincade, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: Elizabeth, I am so sorry for your loss. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
Condolence From: Phyllis Funk, Columbus, Oh
I am so sorry for your loss. You and Tom had many years together but it makes it no easier when the years are over. Tom was an amazing musician to so many but a husband to you.
All our love,
Phyllis & Norm
Condolence From: Margy Carpenter, Woburn, MA
Condolence: I am so sorry about the loss of Tom. His warmth and friendship was offered to me upon many visits at his home and at mine. Elizabeth, his wife will be in my thoughts and prayer as she moves on.