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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Asbestos Exposure – Asbestos Related Deaths
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Loses CourageousBattle with Mesothelioma
POSTED: May 13, 2010
"George W. Rowley, 64"
GEORGETOWN,Pennsylvania. - George W. Rowley, 64, ofGeorgetown, died at 3:40 p.m. Tuesday, May 11, 2010, at the Good Samaritan Hospice House inWexford,Pa., following a courageous battle withMesothelioma.
Born Feb. 20, 1946, inCalcutta, a son of Grace Rowley ofGeorgetown and the late Lester H. Rowley, he was a lifetime area resident.
A veteran of the U.S. Army, he retired from theU.S. Army Corps of Engineers after 25 years. Prior to that, he worked at the former Crucible Steel Company inMidland.
He was a lifelong member of the National Rifle Association and Ducks Unlimited. An avid woodworker, hunter and fisherman, he loved to play guitar and enjoyed drawing. He also loved to share his passions with his friends and family, especially his grandsons.
In addition to his father, he was preceded in death Jan. 5, 2010, by his loving wife, Linda Gaye Rowley, whom he married Nov. 25, 1967.
Surviving are two daughters, Tracey A. Anderson and her husband, Tom, of Chester, and Lisa G. McCoy and her husband, Jim, of Clinton, Pa.; and a son, Michael Rowley and his wife, Gerri, of Roundup, Mont.
There are three grandsons: Steven Michael Rowley, Tyler James McCoy and Nicholas George "Butch" McCoy.
He was preceded in death by one brother, Dale A. Rowley.
The Rev. Willard "Chuck" Adkins will conduct an outdoor funeral service at noon Friday at theChesterCityPark, Pavilion No. 3, inChester. Friends may call one hour prior to the service at the pavilion.
Immediately following the service, family and friends will gather at the Chester City Park Indoor Pavilion.
George's family requests that everyone attending the service feel free to dress casually, as George would have wished.
Full Military Honors will be accorded by the Tri-State Veterans Burial Group.
Burial is to be inSpringGroveCemetery.
The Dawson Funeral Home is in charge of all local arrangements.
The family requests memorial contributions be made to the Good Samaritan Hospice House, 146 Neely School Rd., Wexford, PA 15090.
View this obituary and send condolences online at www.dawsonfuneralhome.com.