Thomas Henry Cowdin Jr.

11-2Thomas Henry Cowdin Jr. passed away peacefully on Saturday, August 24th, 2013 with family at his side.  He was 69.  Born to Thomas and Virginia Cowdin on January 27th, 1944, Tom was the oldest of 7 children.  During his younger years he grew up in Kent and Bellevue Washington where is attended Sammamish High School.  It was there that he met his first love Linnea Baxter.  He joined the United States Marine Corp in 1963 and was stationed in San Diego California at Camp Pendleton.  He was injured during advanced training and received an honorable discharge in 1964.  Tom later beganPapa-Tom-Miitary-1 his life long career as a glazer (glass worker) at the family owned company Sunset Glass where he worked alongside many of his siblings and his father Tom Sr.  He was a great brother, father and friend; Tom will be truly missed but never forgotten!  His sparking blue eyes will continue to sparkle among the starts.  He leaves behind son Anthony “Tony” Cowdin, daughter in law Jen and Daughter Dawn Baber (Carl Baber), granddaughters Katherine and Isabella, Sisters Kathy Bond and Barbara Beckwith and Brother Rusty Cowdin.

A memorial service will be held at St. Louise Parish on Monday, September 16th at 11:00 am followed by a reception in the parish hall.  Tom will be laid to rest alongside many of his family members at Sunset Hills Memorial Park and Mortuary in Bellevue at 2:30.


2 Responses to “Thomas Henry Cowdin Jr.”

  • Dawn Baber says:

    I will love you with all of my heart and soul for as long as I live on this earth. I know that we will be together again someday in Heaven. Please continue to be a guardian angel for your beautiful granddaughters who loved you so much! I will continue to tell them stories about you so that will never forget you in their minds as they will always remember you in their hearts! It is with great sadness and joy that we will celebrate your life this Monday but also know
    that I will continue to celebrate you everyday!!!
    I will always remember the fun we had riding roller coasters with you while mom and Tony watched, covering you in the sand at Lincoln City each summer, dragons blowing smoke in my face at the Disneyland parade as you held me tight, your love of cars and car racing, the nickname “peanut” that you always called me even when I was all gtiwn up with 2 beautiful daughtera of my own and especially your beautiful sparking blue eyes that you so graciously pass along to Tony and I.
    I love you today, tomorrow and always until we meet again in Heaven!!!

  • liz and jim hosbein says:

    To all the Cowdin family, we send our prayers to you during this most difficult time. I never met Mr. Crowd in but I know his son Tony and he is an outstanding individual witch I’m sure had a lot to do with the values he was taught through his father. May he rest in peace.

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