Andrew Guy Bowers II
|Posted 2021-09-19 by mhenderson|
|Published by The Miner on Sep. 18, 2021 -|
Kingman, Arizona -
Andrew Guy Bowers II went to heaven Sept. 9, 2021. He lived 91 years.
Throughout his life he served in the Korean War, and spent most of his
career as a Heavy Equipment Mechanic for Caterpillar and Citizens
Utilities Company and also worked for Southern Union Gas in Kingman,
Arizona. During his retirement he and his wife, Fran, served the Lord
on the mission field, building structures and supervising projects for
countless churches across the country with True Foundation Builders &
Hard Hats For Christ. In his spare time, Andy was an avid hunter and
fisherman, a love he shared with his children, grandkids and buddies.
He was a great friend and mentor to those who had the pleasure of
Andy was preceded in death by his wife of 51 years, Frances; parents
Andrew Guy I and Gertie Bowers; brothers Bill Bowers, Harl Bowers,
Buddy Bowers and Pudge Bowers; sisters Ted Carter, Yvonne Weger and
Dale Kopp; children Marcia Ann Bowers and Robert Joe Bowers; grandkids
Shawna Hutchison and Jeremy Standlee; and sons-in-law Joseph Standlee
and Darrel Hutchison.
Andy is survived by his sons Ron Bowers and his wife Lynda of Calera
Oklahom;, Mike Bowers and his wife Mary Ann of Coleman, Texas and Jim
Bowers of Golden Valley, Arizona; his daughters Linda Jennings and her
husband Lynn of Point, Texas, Debbie Standlee of Surprise, Arizona,
Cathy Hutchison of Surprise, Arizona, Karen Mitchell and her husband
Heath of Mohave Valley, Arizona and his sister Darlene Morton and her
husband Leon of Emory, Texas; as well as numerous grandkids, great-
grandkids, cousins, his doggo Taco and those who considered him
Graveside service to be held in Chloride, Arizona, Friday, Sept. 24 at
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