Henry M. Jowers

December 31, 1947 - December 4, 2019
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Sunday 12/8, 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Vance Brooks Funeral Home - PC
3738 Hwy 431 North / 280 West
Phenix City, AL 36867
Monday 12/9, 11:00 am
Vance Brooks Funeral Home - PC
3738 Hwy 431 North / 280 West
Phenix City, AL 36867
Monday 12/9, 12:00 am

  Henry M. Jowers, 71, of Seale, Alabama passed away early Wednesday morning, December 4, 2019 at Columbus Hospice in Columbus, GA. A celebration of life service will be held 11:00 am EST on Monday, December 9, 2019 at Vance-Brooks Funeral Home in Phenix City with Rev. Dixie Holton officiating.  Interment will follow at LakeviewContinue Reading

Bill Blau...Evans/Augusta, GA left a message on December 8, 2019:
Henry Jowers...Memories & assumptions from memories of high school time suggest that Henry loved his life on a farm near his friends & family. His obituary is well stated. It describes Henry as I would imagine. Henry always seemed to have Fun. I'll bet Henry was a Happy person. I pause to Celebrate Henry Jowers...Bill Blau, CHS '66В
Josh Johnson. left a message on December 6, 2019:
With just one word, the man, who gave me the greatest advise in the world and set me on the path I’m on has passed away. My Uncle Henry is finally reunited with his wife and his sister in heaven. He was a no nonsense straight shooter, who also supported you and was filled with unconditional love to his family. As a baby I would leave my grandparents house, stripped off my diaper and walked naked to his connivence store at the corner of the street to sit on the counter watch tv and drink Donald Duck Orange Juice. I remember when he thought he knew it all by showing us how to win at Pole Position on the Atari and the all the cousins laughed it up. The 4th of July fireworks show where a bottle rocket made a direct line toward him and it split through the top of his scalp and pinned against the brick wall behind him but he never flinch. He taught me about how cool & uncool it was to get a tattoo. And most importantly, 11 years ago while leaving his farm in his brand new corvette, he took me riding and after 10 minutes of high levels of exciting driving we stop at a stop sign. He looked at me and asked if I was having a good time, to which I replied yes, that’s when he only said, “Welding.” That was it, nothing else had to be said. I applied the next month, got into class, passed, and here I am today prospering all because of you, Uncle Henry. I’m going to miss the “hey babe”, I’m going to our handshake hello and our hugs goodbye. I’m going to miss the conversations about the old times in Phenix City. I’m going to miss the travel down the twisting roads to get to your house knowing that for a little while during my visit I won’t be judged at all but encouraged instead. I love you, Henry Jowers, but I know Ruthie & Judy are glad to have you with them. Thanks Uncle for changing my life.
Pam Smith Beauchamp left a message on December 6, 2019:
So sorry to hear about Henry’s death. I always considered him a friend from high school, even though it’s been many years since I’ve seen him. My prayers are with all his family at this time.
Vance Brooks left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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