Bowyer, Joseph Alfred


Joseph Alfred Bowyer of Coppell, Texas  passed away on Thursday  June 5, 2014.  He was 63 years old.

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8 replies on “Bowyer, Joseph Alfred”

Cal Earley says:

Marci and boys,
Our prayers are with each of you during this sorrowful time. May the calm winds and beautiful memories continue as the Lord guides you through these troubled times. God bless all of you.

Chris Spores says:

A friend that I will miss.
Always cheerful at work and a fine gentleman.

Ray Brendle says:

Marci and the Boys,
Joe was a close personal friend of mind in and outside the world of aviation. The best pilot in the world, good friend and I will miss him greatly as I know you will. Joe got me my Lr.Jet rating and he was my first B-737 student some 30+ years ago at Ray’s Flight Systems, Inc.

Clear sky’s my friend as you fly West.

Ray Brendle and the gang at Crew Pilot Training.

Sherri Dickey Porterfield says:

My memories of flying with Joe can be summed up with Hebrews 13:2 “Be not forgetful to entertain strangers, for thereby some have entertained angels unawares.” Joe was a friend and protector to all, never met a stranger, and I know without a doubt is very welcome in Heaven. God bless and keep the friends and family he left behind. Sherri Dickey Porterfield, American Airlines (former CAL)

Jack and Sharon Odell says:

Words seem inadequate to express the sadness we feel about Joe’s passing. Please know that that our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Terry Busse says:

I met Joe several years ago and have always had the utmost respect for him. He served his country and I thank him. I am a better man for having known him. My condolences to his family.

Mike Bonnell says:

Marci, Michael, and Jeffrey;

I will always remember Joe. He was one of the funniest people I have ever known. He had a saying for everything (almost) which I loosely called “Bowyerisms”. I hired Joe in March 1977 to be our Lear Jet Chief Flight Instructor, a new type rating course we were setting up at Flight Pro. We shared many adventures and misadventures prior to the airlines and during several furloughs and a strike. It always amazed me how he could appeared to be so unorganized and then get in an airplane and fly it like a master or play a guitar like a virtuoso. One of a kind and I wish he were still here.

Karen Ward says:

Im so sorry to here about Joe .My deepest sympathy Love Karen Ward

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