In Loving Memory of
George Gordon Mowers
Obituary of George Gordon MowersMowers, George Gordon
June 6, 1945 - June 10, 2019
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of George Gordon Mowers, peacefully at the Greater Niagara General Hospital. Beloved husband of Cheryl LaPointe Mowers. Loving father of Bradley George (Dianna) Mowers and step-father of Michelle Dunn (Adam Burt). Cherished grandfather of Lauryn, Emma Mowers and Calvin Burt. Brother-in-law to James LaPointe and dear uncle of Lisa Travers. He was predeceased by his brother, Warren (Lynn) Mowers. George always had a love for the automotive industry starting out owning his own garage and later moving onto working many years at Jim Blair, Al Slattery, Farr Ford and Niagara Trailers. George had a passion for snowmobiling, boating and motorcycling. He was an adventurous man who loved being surrounded by his friends and family making memories that will stay forever in our hearts. In accordance with George's wishes, cremation has taken place and a Celebration of George's Life will take place on Saturday, June 22, 2019 from 2pm to 5pm, at the Morse and Son Event Centre, 5929 Main Street, Niagara Falls. Online condolences may be shared on George's tribute page found at EssentialsNiagara.com.
A Celebration of LifeDate & Time:
June 22, 2019
2:00 pm until 5:00 pm Location:
Morse and Son Event Centre
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Dear Brad, it is by coincidence that I came upon this and I am terribly sorry. We are nearing the one year anniversary of my father’s passing. I was feeling nostalgic and was googling names of old friends from the past in the hope of triggering a memory and a smile. I am deeply saddened to read of your father’s recent passing. I will always remember the times we had. Atari, GI Joe, the wood pile, chicken wings, American Ninja, Prince, Queen… the memories I have are priceless and always include the antics of George and Jim, who were shy about having a beer or two. I am sure they have found each other in heaven at a bar where happy hour is all day long and the wings are still ten cents a piece. God bless you and your family my friend.
Cheryl please accept our sincerest condolences, our thoughts are with you.
I’m so sorry Cheryl. You are in my thoughts.
RIP my friend our lives will never be the same without you
Brad & Dianna, I am so sorry for your loss..my thoughts and prayers are with you all. I still remember all of the fun times we all had together with your dad years ago. Take care ox
Bradley – I was saddened when Robbie shared the news of your Dad’s passing with me the other morning. I know it’s been so many years since any of us on Keith St have seen your family, but you all have never been forgotten. The speedboat on the front lawn (that was stolen), the dogs, the motorcycle. I remember your dad being a very nice man. He gave me my first bike (your hand-me-down but I didn’t complain). I hope you find solace in the many memories you have and they make you smile. My thoughts are with you and your family.
Cheryl, I’ve lost someone that I have always considered a dear friend. While after our youth we were not always in touch, I have always considered George to be a close friend and confident. My sincere condolences to you, and Brad and families, and to Debbie if she is in touch. I will write you a note. Sorry that I will not be able to attend the gathering in George’s honour, but my thoughts and memories will be with you all.
hey cheryl sorry for your loss and are thinking about you.miss you at work.