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Born:October 8, 1976
Butler County, Pennsylvania
Died:December 22, 2004
Sharpsville, Pennsylvania

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John Bowser passed away unexpectedly on December 22nd, 2004, from an accidental drowning in Sharpsville, PA.  He was 28 years old.  
He graduated from Mercer High School in 1995. Over the years John worked proudly for several different pizza shops as a delivery person and was currently working for the Sharon Herald delivering papers with his Uncle.
John loved to watch football and his favorite team was the Steelers. He enjoyed being outdoors and he absolutely loved to fish. He caught his biggest fish this past summer. He was a member of a bowling league that bowled on Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday. He loved to buy bingo lottery tickets. His favorite places to eat were China Wok, and Ponderosa.
He wasn’t afraid to open his heart and lend a helping hand to anyone that was in need. He always made his presence known. Whenever anybody was down, he always tried to cheer them up. Every time you seen or talked to him, he was always cracking jokes. In John’s spare time he loved to spend it with his family, and especially his nieces and nephew, in his eyes they were the light of the world.

John’s Favorite Saying: Don’t mess with the best, cause the best don’t rest.

Although his time was short, he will live on through our hearts and our memories.
As the old saying goes only the good die young.

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From your loving brother

Brothers come naturally but come far and few,
but I had the best of all of them because I had the one and only you, and now you rest in heaven among the bright blue clouds and I know I’ll see soon.
So rest in peace my brother and sleep without a frown

Added by Rj

Although I was unfortunate enough to never have meet John I had the opportunity to talk to him several times on the phone. He would always make me laugh telling joke after joke. He always seemed like a very loving and caring young man. How sad it is to loose him at such a young age but I feel as though he is in a much better place now. My prayers go out to all of his family.

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