July 25, 1988 - February 17, 2014 Resided in Mesa, AZ
Brett Wade Bowman left this earthly life at the young age of 25 on Monday, February 17th 2014. He passed away from a struggle with substance abuse. Brett was born on July 25th, 1988 in Yuma, Arizona to loving parents Donn S Bowman Jr. and Nancy Lee Bowman. Brett was married to his sweetheart wife Bree-N Gibson Bowman on March 23, 2013. He led a life of loyalty, love, and great humor. His accomplishments were achieving the Eagle Scout award at the age of sixteen, becoming a Personal Trainer, and attaining a GED. Brett was a dedicated employee at Bowman & Sons Home Repair and Floor Care. He enjoyed music, which brought peace to his soul. He was also an amazing musician and enjoyed playing drums, bass guitar, and piano. Brett participated in various live music groups and was even in a Beatles Cover Band. His love for weightlifting and bodybuilding grew over the past few years. He was in excellent physical condition bench-pressing close to 400 pounds. He is survived by his angelic wife Bree-N Gibson Bowman, his parents Donn and Nancy Bowman, his sister Beth and brother-in-law Jared Allen with their children Ella, Rory, Hudson, Violet and Ames, his brother Chad and sister-in-law Hilary with their daughter Norah and, his younger brother and best friend Shaun Bowman. Brett is now reunited with his younger sister Rae Dawn Bowman who passed away shortly after childbirth. Viewing services will be held on Tuesday February 25th, 2014 from 6-8pm and Wednesday morning from 9-10am at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints at 2424 N Gilbert Road, Mesa AZ 85213. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday February 26th, 2014 at 10am. "Going in one more round when you don't think you can, that's what makes all the difference in your life."
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