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In Tribute to Thomas H. Bowden
36 years old.   Residence: Wyckoff, N.J.
Died in World Trade Center

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that is sad im sorry for your passing :(

*** Posted by ashley on 2011-09-14 ***

Today, 10 years after, I just wanted to leave a message of love to all the families affected by 9/11 attack, so I landed on this page and I am saying a prayer for Thomas H Bowden and his family. ~PD

*** Posted by PICCOLA DOWLING on 2011-09-11 ***

Today I heard the name of your son, brother and husband read during the ten year ceremony at the site of the new memorial. It caught my attention as it is the name of several of my family members and I wonder if we may be related. My grandfather, William Thomas Bowden is from Redruth, Cornwall, England.

My heartfelt condolences for your loss. It is felt on a gut level by your fellow citizens.

*** Posted by Darcy R. Bowden on 2011-09-11 ***

Will always remember Tom, our next door neighbor in Wyckoff. His joy was infectious and his warmth, engaging. Kind regards to his family.

*** Posted by Rosemarie Navatta on 2011-09-11 ***

I can remember Tommy as always putting up with me, paul, tom mayola, and a couple of others who always wanted to play football. Even Jimmy and Dave as they got older. He was my best friends big brother and in a way he was my big brother to. Although I never really saw much of Tommy after I had joined the navy, he is still thought of and missed.

*** Posted by Art McCallen on 2006-08-23 ***

What I remember most about Tommy was his smile and the way he laughed.  A very kind hearted person who was fun to be with.  He is truly missed!

*** Posted by Noel Worthington on 2005-09-11 ***

Tommy was the best brother you could have - kind. funny, cool.  I loved him so much - and miss him so much.  His 2 little girls love and miss him too.  Little Sara just asked us this past 4th of July if Tommy could see the fireworks from heaven!  We told her yes.

Miss you!!  Love, your bib sis, Kath

*** Posted by Kathy Bowden on 2005-07-07 ***


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