Don Bowen’s Miracle 2009-10-31

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On October 31, 2009, my Lord threw His loving arms around me tightly, invited me to enjoy life in this new world of His and pronounced me cancer free.  He promised you and me a miracle if we prayed BIG, and He has kept His promise.

Memorial services will be held at 10:00 am on Saturday, November 28, 2009 at the Northwoods Community Church, 10700 N. Allen Road, Peoria IL 61614

Praise the Lord for His goodness!

Don

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157 Responses to “Don Bowen’s Miracle 2009-10-31”

  1. Don & Cindy Leach Says:

    While we will miss Don here, we so rejoice that he is in the midst of JESUS and cancer free. We will see you again Don! Love to Eileen and precious girls!

    don & cindy leach

  2. Krista Hoerr Says:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with Don’s family! He touched many lives and was a wonderful example of faith and living a Christian life.

  3. Nate and Sherry Miller Says:

    You were a dear friend, Don, and we will miss you. We are comforted to know that you are now at peace. You have been an inspiration to our family. We will be there for Eileen and the girls for whatever they need. Love you, Sherry, Nate, Brianna and Ashlynn

  4. Dave Kearns Says:

    Don is at peace and free of the pain. His friends will feel the pain acutely, but in time that too shall pass. Hopefully his memory will always be with us.

  5. Alice & Paul Trimmer Says:

    Our prayers are with the entire Bowen family.
    Blessings and peace.
    Paul and Alice Trimmer

  6. Pam (Wiggins) Szewczyk Says:

    Prayers to Don’s family during this time. Glad that Don is no longer suffering. He will be greatly missed here on earth – he was such an inspiration to so many.

  7. Leslie & Jeff McKee Says:

    Our prayers will be with the entire family. He truly was an inspiration and it’s wonderful to know he is finally at peace.

  8. Nathan Owen Says:

    Don, I ‘ll miss you greatly. My thoughts and prayers go out to Eileen, the kids, and the rest of Don’s family.

    Nathan Owen

  9. Marie Smith Says:

    Don, you are now singing for Jesus. I am so glad that I have known you for all these years. You and Don have done great with your daughters. My prayers and sympathy to you Eileen and girls.

    In Jesus love,
    Marie

  10. Minoti Amin Says:

    We will miss you Don. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.

  11. Tom & Sheilah Dye Says:

    Our thoghts and prayer are with the whole Bowen Family as they prepare to celebrate Don’s Life.

  12. Laurie Martin Says:

    Good-bye Don, our dear, fun friend. You have finished the race…you have run to win…you have been His good and faithful servant. Thanks for being an example to all of us. We will miss you.

  13. Pat Patterson Says:

    I am just one of many privileged to count ourselves as Don’s friends. We will all miss him deeply.

    Sincere condolences to Eileen and the girls.

    Pat, Karen, Tom & Alex

  14. Keith Lindgren Says:

    All the other tenors in Heaven have a new voice to worship with, forever and ever. What a sound that would be!!!

    Don, I cherish the times I had the chance to sing with the quartet, and get to know your powerful spirit. Your testimony will not fade. It has made the difference in many lives, and I venture to say it will continue. Fly into His arms, and rest now.

    Eileen and girls, there are many at this very moment that are thinking of you, lifting up prayers, and wanting to hold you. You are blessed, and please know you have friends and family that will be here for the long haul for you.

  15. Rohan Pinto Says:

    We will always LOVE U Don. My heart goes out to Eileen, the kids, and the rest of your family.

  16. Jay Davis Says:

    I will miss you Don. I am glad I had time with you. I will always think of you. What an amazing energetic guy!

  17. Mark and Julie Schneider Says:

    Thank you to Don and his family for sharing their lives and the stories of Don’s fight with so many of us these past months. Don’s blog will not be forgotten! God’s blessings to Eileen and girls and to Don’s extended family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  18. RICHARD & NORMA USSERY Says:

    OUR PRAYERS ARE WITH THE ENTIRE BOWEN FAMILY. MAY YOU FEEL THE PEACE OF GOD AT THIS TIME.

  19. Mark and Luann Marzinzik Says:

    Don can now sing with a heavenly chorus of angels in the presence of the Lord. Rejoice in the fact that he is now cancer free, never again to have pain and suffering. I will always cherish to time we spent on the same worship team. We will miss Don, he has been an inspiration to all. Know that our thoughts and prayers are with Eileen, the girls, and Don’s family.

  20. Beth Shafer Says:

    Our hearts are full….but we know you are safe in the arms of Jesus. No more pain. In fact… DANCING!!!!
    Love from all of us,
    The Shafer Family

  21. Jeffery Tye Says:

    Happy trails, Don. You are an inspiration.

  22. Brandon Polson Says:

    Don touched every person that he met. I had the privledge to know Don and I know that he is singing with all of the angels in Heaven! I can’t wait until we get to meet again!

  23. Mike & Terri Chism Says:

    We praise God for Don’s testimony to all while he was with us. He carried a powerful message from God and many heard it. Praise Him for Don is now able to be free from pain and suffering forever. As the Bible tells us to do, we are carrying your burden now, Eileen & girls, and will be continuing to lift you up in our prayers.
    Love,
    The Chism family

  24. Mike and Nancy J Says:

    Oh Don, today you are with your Father and Savior in heaven. You are whole and free and healed.
    I keep recalling your energy and honesty and laughter as a student at WIU. God blessed and used you on this earth. You did well with what he entrusted to you. I am so glad.
    Eileen and girls – you are in our prayers and have lots of our love.
    Big hugs for each of you,
    Mike Jordahl (and Nancy)

  25. Brent Thurrell Says:

    Eileen & Girls

    I met Don at an IdM event in London a couple of years ago when he visited with some other colleagues from Sun. In my line of work I meet hundreds of new people each year in similar circumstances, but few have made the lasting impression on me that Don did. So why was this? Well, I am not entirely sure how to sum it up but here goes.

    To start with he was one of those people who you gravitate to, a warmth, a natural friendliness, an energy, a wit and a listener. He instantly struck me as a GOOD man, no facade and no conceit and as someone who took huge enjoyment from life and the people in it. His love for his family, his wife and his girls of whom he was clearly so proud, leaked from every pour and as a new father this resonated profoundly with me at the time. I wanted to be as happy and as in love as this guy when I was nearly 50, when my family were grown up!

    When I first found out that he was sick, I reached out to him (on this blog in fact) to express my concern, worry and support. Shortly after I called him and we spoke about all sorts of topics. Despite the illness he seemed unchanged, untouched by the stress that one would imagine someone in his condition would be feeling. In fact, he seemed to spend a long time trying to make ME feel better and alleviating MY concern. This was Don. I asked him if there was anything I could do for him from all the way over here in the UK (feeling useless) and he asked me to pray big. I’m not religious, I would not describe myself as having any particular faith but I promised him that I would. He told me that didn’t matter, that God would hear me anyway – so I did, often.

    Don was at least 1 foot shorter than me yet in my eyes he was a giant of a man. I will miss him even though we only spoke occasionally. I am sad that he is no longer with us but I am happy he is no longer in any discomfort and safe with God. My thoughts and prayers are with you, Eileen & girls, at this difficult time.

    With love,

    Brent Thurrell and family

  26. Etienne Remillon Says:

    Goodbye Don,

    Was a privileged to know and work with you for many years and get all that positive energy.

    We will deeply miss you.

    All my sincere condolences to Eileen and the girls.

    Etienne

  27. Brad Diggs Says:

    Love you much brother! I look forward to seeing you in glory. Thank you for your great friendship through the years.

    Blessings to you and yours brother!

    Brad

  28. Orrin Char Says:

    Goodbye Don,

    You are an inspiration to us all, both in the way you carried yourself at work and especially in the way you carried yourself in life.

    I miss you already. We all miss you.

    My deepest condolences to your family.
    Orrin

  29. Bob and PJ Polley Says:

    What a wondeful man! We have been blessed to know you and your family. You are finally healed, finally home. Eileen and girls, we are here for you to help and serve in any way. You are in our prayers.
    Love,
    Bob and PJ

  30. Kirsten Jude Says:

    I met you briefly, but felt it profoundly. While your sister Sue and I have been friends for around 30 years; we have lived long distance for almost all of that….Your Spirit and Goodness shined from you this past June when I was honored to be around you. I can only imagine the lives you have touched – and will continue to in their hearts. While I am sad for my dear friend Sue; I know you will be in her heart until she sees you again.

    Heaven has gained an angel.

    Kirsten Jude

  31. Philip Peake Says:

    Goodbye Don,

    We will miss you. It was a privilege to have know you.

  32. Yuri Elson Says:

    I’m thankful for our brief acquaintance, Don. Will miss you.

  33. Wajih Ahmed Says:

    My sincere condolences to the Bowen family. May God give you the strength to bear the loss of a great man.

  34. Ruth & Lee Hare Says:

    God Speed to this blessed man who touched so many lives. Our hearts and prayers are with his family.

  35. Arnaud Lacour Says:

    Nothing really prepares us or cushions the immediate pain from the loss. My sincere condolences go to the Bowen family and the many who loved you, love you, and will love forever holding you in a special place in their hearts
    -=arnaud=-

  36. Mary Heintz Says:

    Don was blessed to have such wonderful family and friends helping him through this. His faith was so strong, too. Mr. Bowen, you did a wonderful job with the blog. It was inspiring and seemed like it was just what Don would have said. I wrote on facebook the lyrics of the 23rd psalm that we used to sing in choir with Don at MHS. We were all blessed to have known him. Our love and prayers are with all of you.

  37. Jed Davis Says:

    Don, you are a shining example to us all of faith through adversity. You joyfully used your pain and struggle to fulfill the Great Commission. You were an inspiration and a guide to people who you never even met.

  38. Eve Maler Says:

    Don was a selfless, caring, talented person and I was so privileged to know him. The entire Bowen family has been so generous in sharing their lives and experiences with us — thank you. My deepest condolences to you all.

  39. Eric Leach Says:

    R.I.P Don. You were a good man, a good friend, and an inspiration.

    Sincere condolences to the Bowen family.

  40. James Says:

    Our hearts go out to the family and friends of Don, who was respected and cherished by so many people in the identity community. He’ll truly be missed by all of us. May our beloved creator bestow many favors upon him in his journey…

  41. Rajiv Gupta Says:

    I sent the email below to Don a few days earlier. I don’t know if he received it. My guess is he didn’t, which is a reminder to me and I suppose to many of us that we should not wait to let people know how much they mean to us. I am copying my email below as a form of eulogy to Don, and as a message to all of us, especially to Eileen, the girls, and to Don’s parents, that even though we grieve we should consider ourselves fortunate to have shared Don’s journey with him however short.

    As you read the email please keep in mind that I had the good fortune of meeting Don only 2 times and speaking with him maybe 4 times. In other words, one didn’t need to spend much time with Don to be touched by his spirit.

    Here is the email:

    Don, I don’t know if I mentioned to you that I am a subscriber and regular reader of your updates. I suspect you have been told this many times by many people, but I want you to know that you are an inspiration to me. I hope to learn from you courage, humor, hope, and faith in the face of the adversities we will all have to go through at some time or the other. Your family and friends are fortunate to have someone like you in their lives.

    Best regards,
    Rajiv

  42. Luann & Bruce Hay & the girls Says:

    It isn’t often that we’ can’t find words, but this is one of those times!
    Don, we are thankful for all of your mission work here on Earth and the angels rejoiced when you arrived yesterday when they greeted you and congratulated you! Well done, Good and Faithful Servant!!! The numbers in Heaven have grown thanks to your willingness to reach out and share the Word!
    Eileen and the entire family, our hearts hurt and we will continue to pray and support you in every way possible!!!
    We all are so saddened and yet relieved that the pain is over!
    The family love and support that you all have shown in the past couple of years is yet another testimony to your strong faith and hope in Jesus Christ! We have learned from an amazing family and will continue to learn from the Bowen family!!! What an amazing marriage you have had!! It is a blessing to be able to witness the strength of you family!

    In Christ’s name,
    The Hay Family

  43. Wally Kedzior Says:

    Come to me, all who labor and are burdened, and I will give you rest, says the Lord. God Bless you Don. You will be missed and will always be in our hearts. What an amazing person. We love you!
    Love Wally & Sue Kedzior.

  44. Pam Miller Says:

    My heart is heavy for the Bowen family, but at the same time rejoicing that Don is cancer and pain free, and in heaven praising the Lord he so loved. I am praying that Eileen and the girls will sense God’s loving arms wrapped tightly around them.

  45. Jeff and Tammy Wite Says:

    Our hearts break for you but are so relieved that Don is now free of pain and suffering. He was truly an inspiration and brought us all closer to our faith just by watching his battle with cancer. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

    God Bless,

    The White Family

  46. Anil Srivastava Says:

    I spoke to Don once, many many years back, on the phone. I don’t recal the details of the conversation now. What I do recall is the deep impression Don left on me, about his deep knowledge and passion for his work.

    He will be sorely missed by all who knew him. My sincere condolences to his family and may God rest his soul in peace.

  47. Ken O'Berry Says:

    I went to church today, in large part to pray for Don. While a quartet was singing on All Saints Day, I thought to myself that what they were missing was Don’s amazing tenor voice. Then I got home and saw that he’d passed. We’re all missing Don and his strong tenor today. He made a huge impression on me and I’ll miss him greatly. My heart hurts.

    A few years ago, we traveled as a group to an Idm conference in Monaco and Eileen joined Don for the trip. I remember seeing the way they looked at each other and thinking to myself that that’s what true love looks like. I was reminded of that when we got to see you both this spring.

    All my sincere condolences to Eileen and the girls.

    Ken

  48. Satish H Says:

    Don – you will be missed. Your life and words were a true inspiration and will lead us forever.

    love and prayers for your family.

  49. Bill Allison Says:

    I look forward to hearing you sing again Don… in Heaven…

  50. Angie @ KEEP BELIEVING Says:

    This could not have been worded more perfectly. Thanks for the constant inspiration and motivation – ESPECIALLY in death.

    KEEP BELIEVING

  51. Jon Burnham Says:

    Dear Eileen and girls,
    Jesus got an answer to His prayer when in John 17 He leaned over and said to His Father, It’s a given between you and me but I want the whole world to know that you love Don just as much as you love me. Father, I want Don with me.” God’s timing is perfect and He answered His son’s prayer Oct 31, 2009 the exact time He knew with His all knowing in Psalm 139 Every day of Don’s life was recorded ih His book when Don was still in his mothers womb. Don is face to face with Jesus and now he is like Him. Congratulations Don. I can hear Jesus say, “Well done good and faithful servant.” We’ll be up there with you for life is a vapor….
    Love you Eileen and girls. We are continuing to pray for you and we are proud of your lives and response to all of God’s plan you and the girls.
    We love you!!! Jon and Bev

  52. Jon and Burnham Says:

    Dear Eileen and girls,
    Jesus got an answer to His prayer when in John 17 He leaned over and said to His Father, It’s a given between you and me but I want the whole world to know that you love Don just as much as you love me. Father, I want Don with me.” God’s timing is perfect and He answered His son’s prayer Oct 31, 2009 the exact time He knew with His all knowing in Psalm 139 Every day of Don’s life was recorded ih His book when Don was still in his mothers womb. Don is face to face with Jesus and now he is like Him. Congratulations Don. I can hear Jesus say, “Well done good and faithful servant.” We’ll be up there with you for life is a vapor….
    Love you Eileen and girls. We are continuing to pray for you and we are proud of your lives and response to all of God’s plan you and the girls.
    We love you!!! Jon and Bev

  53. Jon and Bev Burnham Says:

    I wanted to make sure you knew that Bev was sitting with me when we wrote this. We love you guys.
    Dear Eileen and girls,
    Jesus got an answer to His prayer when in John 17 He leaned over and said to His Father, It’s a given between you and me but I want the whole world to know that you love Don just as much as you love me. Father, I want Don with me.” God’s timing is perfect and He answered His son’s prayer Oct 31, 2009 the exact time He knew with His all knowing in Psalm 139 Every day of Don’s life was recorded ih His book when Don was still in his mothers womb. Don is face to face with Jesus and now he is like Him. Congratulations Don. I can hear Jesus say, “Well done good and faithful servant.” We’ll be up there with you for life is a vapor….
    Love you Eileen and girls. We are continuing to pray for you and we are proud of your lives and response to all of God’s plan you and the girls.
    We love you!!! Jon and Bev

  54. Steve Giovannetti Says:

    I’ll miss Don. He was passionate in his interests and always gentleman. I’m proud to say I knew him even if it was only briefly.

    My condolences to the Bowen family.

  55. Dave Verdick Says:

    Certainly puts a lot of things in perspective….Don, I’ll miss you, buddy! Keep on singing with those heavenly choirs, as I know you will! We’ll be singing along with you down here. :)

    – Dave

  56. David Goldsmith Says:

    Don, it was a privilege to work with you for many years. Rest in peace.

    My sincere condolences to the family.

  57. Mel and Teddi McCaw Says:

    Love you brother. I know you are singing and praying you heart out right now. There is a great party going on with you right in the middle of it. I know that you will be protecting your family from heavn forever. So until we meet in heaven enjoy the new life.

  58. Amy Paul Says:

    It was a pleasure and an honor to be able to meet Don and his family. Your family is in my prayers.

  59. Sean ONeill Says:

    A tear. Don, so honored to have know you. We will always live with your spirit.
    Rest well, my friend. To his family, our prayers are with you.

  60. Sarah Chapman Says:

    Don was full of vitality and optimism through his entire battle with cancer. He has touched many and will continue to be an inspiration for years to come. My deepest condolences to his family.

  61. Dan Ward Says:

    Good bye Don. We’re going to miss you alot. Every time I watch
    the Green Bay Packers play, I think of you. My condolences to your
    family. You put out the best and bravest fight.

  62. Rieker Family Says:

    Your faith has strengthened all of us. Our prayers to your family to continue the faith journey you have put in place.

  63. Scott Stillabower Says:

    Good bye Don. Your willingness to help others, positive attitude, and passion were an inspiration to me when you were at Sun and even more so afterwords as we witnessed your courage and your love for those around you. Rest in peace. My condolences to your family.

  64. Kiran Ramineni Says:

    My deepest condolences to the Bowen family. Our prayors are for Bowen family to give them strength to get past these difficult times. Our prayors to god – please help someone to find a cure for cancer soon.

    Kiran

  65. Tom Limanek Says:

    The first time I met Don, he was leading a tech discussion on Directory to a very attentive audience. I remember thinking this was a guy who loved the space he worked in and loved to share with his audience. Sounds like that was true with his whole life. Condolences to the entire Bowen family and community around them.

  66. Derrick Harcey Says:

    Don will be missed. He was an inspiration to me on many occasions, and I feel fortunate to have known him. May you rest in peace.

  67. Bob Geraci Says:

    What a good person. Dreaded opening the page to learn of this. We spoke once on the phone, helped me comparing notes with my wife’s journey through this. Grateful I somehow found your page. Bless all of you.

    Bob

  68. Michael Wyatt Says:

    Don, I believe you are the most beloved human being I have had the honor to know. Your faith and strength during your journey has been and will continue to be truly and inspiration to so many people. It has been an honor and a privilege to know you and count you as a college and friend.

    Sincere condolences to Eileen and your daughters.

    Mike

  69. Terry Sigle Says:

    Don, you will be missed immensely. I learned so much from you, not just during our professional relationship…more importantly, how to attack every day of life with fun, excitement and intensity. Although they weren’t enough of them, I’ll never forget the many moments we had together. Our recent time was in San Diego in July. Thank You.

    Condolences to Don’s entire family and all those he touched.

    May his life be for a blessing. Rest in peace my friend,

    tls

  70. Carlos Benedicto Says:

    Tears. Don, we will miss you. Rest in peace.
    My deep condolences to the Bowen family.

  71. Paul Walker Says:

    Goodbye Don, I will miss your friendship and passion for life immensely, you’ve been an inspiration. Time to rest peacefully.

    Sincere condolences to the Bowen family.

  72. Armand Hornik Says:

    We will definitely miss Don, it has been a great experience to work with him.

    Sincere condolences to the family
    Armand Hornik

  73. Karine Excoffier Says:

    It has been a great experience to work with Don for a few years.
    Deep and sincere condolences to Don’s family and to all his friends.

    -=Karine=-

  74. Brian Ehret Says:

    Goodbye Don, you were one of the truly good ones and you will be missed. Heartfelt condolences to the Bowens.

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  76. Tony & Anne Onorati Says:

    To Don, the Bowen & Boddy Family,

    Deepest condolences on the loss of Don; an amazing man and father to a wonderful family. Don you will be missed.

    The Onorati Family

  77. Eric Charpentier Says:

    Deepest condolences to the Bowens, even thousands of miles
    away from Texas many of us hold him in high esteem as a
    professional and as a man. We will remember him.

    Eric

  78. Kay Scott Says:

    His master answered, ‘Well done, good and faithful servant! You have been faithful with a few things. I will put you in charge of many things. Enter into the joy of your master.’

    Matthew 25:23

    Thank you for sharing your incredible faith. It has gotten me through more than you will ever know.
    Continued prayers for your amazing family!!!!! We are so very sorry.
    Love….Kay, Paige & Trace

  79. Sakurada Family Says:

    Don , you were truely one of the kindest man I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. I thank you for giving me back the gift of prayer through your spiritual journey. To Eileen and girl’s my prayers are with you all through your difficult times.

  80. Frances Newbigin Says:

    I had the great privilege to work with Don while he was at Sun, he traveled numerous times to Canada to support us in our efforts here. As a colleague Don had a vast knowledge, passion, humor and commitment and was truly a pleasure to work with. I have travelled with him, in a virtual way, since he began his arduous journey home, and I have been awed by his humor, love, commitment, faith and bravery. I send my warmest condolences to his wife and daughters who are so blessed to have shared his life so well.

  81. Gerald Beuchelt Says:

    Don was one of the smartest and nicest coworker that had the pleasure to work with. He was a great inspiration to many, including myself. I will very much miss him.

    My sincerest condolences to Eileen and his family.

    Gerald

  82. indira Thangasamy Says:

    Good bye Don., you are such a down to earth person with great passion for work and the mutual respect to fellow people cutting across ranks.
    My Sincere condolences to Don’s family.

  83. Scot and Suzy S Says:

    Eileen,

    words escape me…. We are so sorry for your loss. It has been such a privilege to catch glimpses of the Bowen journey through Don’s blog, and to pray for you all. Our prayers continue for you and your girls as you grieve this HUGE loss. He was one of a kind, that Don.

    Love, Scot and Suzy S from Mundelein

  84. John Barco Says:

    There are so many wonderful memories of Don that we all will hold onto forever. He changed us, motivated us, made us positively better in every way, every day. I like to think of Don as a gift that somehow we were lucky enough to receive and share. My deepest condolences to Don’s entire family.

    Love John, Pattie and Jack

  85. Kevin and Candace Wyne Says:

    With a hurting heart, we rejoice that Don has already reached the final destination. No more pain, sadness, trials…only love, joy, happiness. Don was a blessing to all who met him. A powerful man of God.

    Eileen and girls, we love you, are praying for you, and here to walk with you.
    Kevin and Candace

  86. Eric Mach Says:

    I will always remember Don for his energy and personality and how much fun he was. Many of us who worked with Don had the privilege of sharing many laughs over the years. Don, we will all miss you. I would like to take a moment to extend my condolences to Eileen and his daughters. Don was a great co-worker and a friend.

    For the last time

    Cheers Don

  87. Brian Tokuyoshi Says:

    Don has always been a model for me on keeping a positive outlook on all of life’s challenges. I almost think of him as the character Don from the Richard Bach book, Illusions, for he brought a gentle wisdom and perspective on how to see the world in ways that we’re often too busy to see for ourselves.

  88. Peter Clark Says:

    Eileen and family

    In the short time I knew Don I learned from him that Perseverance, Faith and humor will bring all things into clear view. His love of God and his family was truly awe-inspiring. While I’m mourning our loss, I’m happy Don is in heaven and cancer free again.

    Best Regards

    Peter Clark

  89. Kara Rieger Says:

    God bless your family, Don. Your faith has been an inspiration.

    Kara Rieger

  90. Patie McCracken Says:

    Wow, all these comments say it all. Don was one of a kind. Although I did not know him well, his spirit and positive attitude and love was felt by me and so many. He was always willing to help.

    It was an honor to work with Don and I’m glad we kept in touch even after he left Sun. He was one of those people you just wanted to keep in your life.

    My heartfelt prayers go out to his family and friends. We will miss him dearly.

    Patie

  91. Ashesh Badani Says:

    Rest in peace Don. You brought your passion in work to your fight of a terrible hardship in life and were remarkably resilient and cheerful through it all. A true inspiration to the rest of us.

    My sincerest condolences to Don’s family and friends.

  92. Sandi Beveridge Says:

    I am not sure if Eileen saw it, but it was the most spectacular sunset on Saturday evening just after Don passed. It was as if God just had to celebrate so we could see it!

  93. Eric & Caren Hoehn Says:

    Welcome Home Don!!! It’s WAY better than a Packer win :)

  94. Teri Palanca Says:

    I had the pleasure and privilege of working with Don at Sun for a while, and will always remember his humor and kindness in addition to his passion for his work. It was an honor to have known him. I am glad he is at peace and no longer suffering. My condolences to all the Bowen family on their loss.

  95. Scott Fehrman Says:

    Don, you are more than a co-worker, you are a friend. I’m proud to have known you. My best wishes to your family.

  96. Kim and Bill Morris Says:

    Eileen and Bowen family,

    We are sad for your deep loss but know that Don brought much life and love to you and your family as well as to all who knew him. Don’s heart was forever praising his Lord and Savior. He was truly a man who ran the race with everything he had in him. He helped us all to understand how to live even if life’s challenges are difficult.
    We are praying for you.
    Love,
    Kim and Bill

  97. Maggie Keller Says:

    Such a gift of love and example of courage for us all. Hello to Don’s family. I know Don is in a place of love and gentleness that gives us all hope for our own moment of re-birth to our home. I know he will be close when his loved ones feel the pangs of his absence giving hugs of love and compassion for our sadness as loved ones go far from sight. I remember Don’s laughter and smile from my days in high school.
    Prayers of peace for his journey,
    Maggie Keller

  98. Jeff Curie Says:

    Goodbye Don. You will be missed! My condolences to your family.

  99. pelegri Says:

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  100. Ellen Lindgren Says:

    Don, You arrived in heaven on such a special day — All Saints Day! I know the “Crown of Life” that God presented to you is shining as bright as the North Star! You shared your journey with integrity, acceptance, and abounding inner strength. Your love for God was one of steadfast faith and grace. You were a brave solider for Christ! I did not have the good fortune to meet you in person, but I know in my heart I will see you one day in glory! My sincere sympathy to you, Mrs. Bowen, your children and other family members. Ellen (Keith Lindgren’s mom)

  101. Gary Rowe Says:

    Goodbye Don. I am proud to have known you and to consider you a friend. You had a love for life, an excitement for everything and everyone you touched that we all will remember. You will be deeply missed, but you are now in a better, pain-free place.

    Gary

  102. Brian Fogle Says:

    Don, I am thankful we got the chance to visit at Sue’s house during Heritage Days June 2008. I really did not know you before that weekend however you really inspired me with your faith, cheerful attitude, unselfishness, and passion for life. I pray I can be more like you.

    God Bless you and your family

  103. Regis Says:

    Goodbye my friend. I know you believed in an other life. I hope you found it. I will cherish the time we had together. My thoughts are going to your wonderful family. I love you.

  104. Michelle Gasper Says:

    Don, what a privelege it was to have know you, I am only sorry that our paths didn’t cross sooner. You were such an inspiration to me, your spirit never wavered in your struggle. You always blessed me when I was over at your house to see you, by praying for me even when you were hurting. You will truly be missed here on this earth. I know that you are having the time of your life in heaven, sining with the angles.
    To Elieen and the girls know that I am here for you and want to continue to walk with you in your journey of healing. You girls have also been an inspiration to me on how you have handled your Dad’s sickness. What a joy it has been getting to know Don’s 5 girls.

    Love and prayers,

    Michelle Gasper

  105. Laura Biedenharn Says:

    I only knew Don through his blog. Thankyou to Don and his family for sharing his journey through brain cancer. My husband is living with brain cancer, 2 yrs and 11 months. I checked Don’s blog everyday for updates. His humor and insight helped me deal with the terror of this disease. Somehow it always felt like as long as others with brain cancer were surviving there was hope for us. I feel a profound loss whenever I learn of someone with brain cancer losing their battle. Eileen, my heart breaks for you. I hope that all those who prayed for Don will continue their prayers for a cure. Cancer takes too many loved ones away from their families and community.

  106. Paul Rybarczyk Says:

    My thoughts and prayers go out to Don and his family.

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  107. Michelle Finneran Dennedy Says:

    I just learned of Don’s passing this morning & still have no words. Don made me laugh. Don made me think. Don made me thankful. Don’s memory will make me try to be a better person. My heart goes out to his family & friends who love him. You have a virtual crowd of people out here praying BIG for you all.

    I know you’re out there somewhere Don. I just did a replay of our “Pimp My Privacy” podcast & you made me smile…again.

  108. Andrea Frohne Says:

    I am moved by how much courage and bravery is reflected in this website by Don and all of the Bowens. I have been praying for you.

  109. Phil Lembo Says:

    Prayers for Don and his family from me and mine.

    I never had the privilege of meeting Don but followed his journey through this blog. Words are inadequate now. Great sadness. But also joy. Because as Don reminded us, this is not the end — but only the beginning!

    Romans 8:38-39

  110. John Larrison Says:

    My thoughts and prayers for you at this time of loss. Don was a good man that loved God and is certainly with the Lord now. Don will be missed by all of us. He was an example of how to live life both in good times and in the face of difficult challenges.

  111. Dave Wiggins Says:

    I Cor. 9:24 ”Do you not know that those who run a race all run, but only one receives the prize? Run in such a way that you may win”.
    This verse says a lot about the way Don Bowen lived his life… including the way he would say this verse “don’t you know- as in “don’t you get it.. you’ve got to run -not for running’s sake- but to win!” As long as I knew Don, he lived his life with great passion and purpose in every way… including a very strong desire to please God. His photo on 10/26 with him sitting in his chair smiling at the camera- that sparkle still was there in the eye he had open- showed a man’s man very near to that finish line of complete and total victory. Of course, Don wasn’t perfect as no one here is, but Don knew about victory… I couldn’t beat him in tennis or ping pong. Board games became very stressful as he would seem to focus so intensely and put every fiber into winning. Don’s first job out of college was working for my Dad. The word was Don was training to “run this race” even back then as he and one of his associates would travel to see various clients and Don would have his 3″ x 5″ note cards with scripture written on it so he could memorize them during travel. This was back around 1982. Don would get snickers from co-workers because they thought it was so odd that someone would do that. They didn’t know what Don was doing. They weren’t aware of his purpose and of his training! Don was the guy in my life who first shared the gospel with me… the first time someone had told me it wasn’t enough to be a good person- that my sins had separated me from God and because of that, there was an impassable chasm between where I stood and where heaven was. And because of it, I was not favored by God- in fact I was an enemy. And because of that there is no way even the best person can be good enough to get there. Because God is not only perfect love, He is perfect and terrifyingly just. Only one way can a bridge reach from where I was to where heaven is and its God’s way- his son Jesus, the only perfect one was sent from heaven and died on the cross for our sins… and then Don drew the cross between the chasm for me and explained why we needed to live for Jesus now. That was in my dorm room in winter time early 1982 at Olson Hall, 7th floor, at Western Illinois University. I miss Don very much and the world isn’t the same without him here and I feel guilty that I didn’t come around as I could have the past year or more. What a guy! What a Dad, son and husband I am sure!!!!! I will always hold Don Bowen in highest regard. I was thinking so much of Don during worship at church tonight. No Christian is too far away from each other- especially during worship…. we were likely both raising our hands and worshiping Jesus at the same time together. One from this point of view “as seeing but a poor reflection in the mirror”, but Don seeing face to face.

  112. Steve Mackay Says:

    Don, you will be missed but never forgotten. Your courage and positive attitude have been an inspiration to us all. Thank You for your friendship and wonderful spirit. Love ya buddy.
    Eileen, Girls & Family – how proud you must be to have had such a wonderful husband/father/son and friend. He is loved by so many, he touched so many, and you have to believe that God has big plans for someone of his caliber and talents. Thanks for sharing Don with all of us.
    Celebrate his life.
    Our prayers and best wishes continue for you all.

  113. John Fanelli Says:

    Don,

    It was a pleasure working with you at Sun. I am truly happy to have had the chance to re-connect with you, however briefly, at the Burton Group Conference in July.

  114. Cindy Higgins Says:

    Eileen, my heart breaks for you and your family with the loss of your husband. I didn’t know him, but just from his blog, it is obvious that he had much love for his family and all those in his life. You and your entire family are in my thoughts and prayers.

  115. Denise McNeely Says:

    Eileen, My thoughts have been with you this week. Don was a very inspirational person and you were truly blessed to have him in your life. I know that he is looking down upon you and the girls and knows that he was blessed as well. You will continue to be in my prayers.

  116. Phil Doubet Says:

    When I think of Don Bowen, I think of sincerity, intelligence, and above all, kindness.

  117. Yvonne Wilson Says:

    Goodbye Don, may you rest in peace and be comforted by your memories of a life well-lived and filled with love. It was a privilege to work with you at Sun. I will remember your positive spirit, your kindness, your inspiration, and your wonderful sense of humor. My condolences to Eileen, your girls, and the rest of your family for the loss of such a wonderful person.

  118. Laura Chevalier Sprague Says:

    I’m sorry to hear Don has passed away. When I found out, I very much enjoyed finding and reading this blog and seeing his deep faith and how loving friends and family surrounded him in his last days. The girls are all grown up now, and I can’t believe I am in in my 20’s right along w/ Megan!

    God’s blessings to your family,
    Laura Chevalier Sprague

  119. Tana Nelson Says:

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  122. Christopher Key Says:

    Don, I wanted to thank you for the example that you display. I know we haven’t met in person yet, but I am still looking forward to the day when we will meet. I initially turned to your blog for the technical matter, but that’s when I learned of your character and faith. After then I turned to it to follow a true man of God and hope to learn something from your example as a role model. I pray that I might be able to live life to the standard you set.

    Eileen and girls, my heart aches at your loss. I never met Don in person, but came into contact with him in the Identity field. I have held your husband and father in the highest regard, and have shared his story with others I know. I recall the visit he and the girls made to GMA related to the Purity Ball, I thought to myself what an awesome and Godly man this is. He is truly a testament to God’s love and faith. I know if his story has touched me the way it has that there are others out there who have been and will be moved. God is still using Don’s story and there is still work to do in the fields. I know no words I give can comfort you well enough, but please know that I and my family have been and will continue to pray for you.

    In Christ,
    Chris

  123. Chris Volker Says:

    What a privilege and honor to have known Don and share in some key events in his life. I can’t believe we met 30 years ago in 1979 as new believers in Christ at Western Illinois University in Macomb. (Olson 8) One of the earliest humorous times that I remember was when I was struggling though computer basic at W.I.U. and failing! I gave Don a call. He tutored me on computer “Basic”, I passed the class! Little did I know he would have an amazing career in IT. In college, he always inspired and challenged me even from our first meeting and involvement in the Navigators. If that were not enough, I was there when he met Eileen, his wife to be, in the Olson Hall cafeteria. Later, I was again privileged to be in their wedding. Don even even took the time after I had moved to come out to my wedding (in Phoenix) some years later. While visiting he even interviewed my wife! (then my fiancée) to make sure she was a “good match”for me the first time he met her! Despite being miles apart and the passage of time (now thirty years), he never forgot what you were up to.
    It was a great time to visit with him again last fall (2008) despite his sickness with the cancer. The passage of time didn’t matter. Don said to me, “this is just like the old days at Western”. We picked up where we last left off and had time to talk and reflect on these past several years. Don and I asked ourselves, “Have we become the men, the fathers, and husbands we wanted to be?” That’s Don. He was never satisfied with being second best in any area of his life, and didn’t feel sorry for himself with what he was going through. He would say, “What more can I do?”, and continuously sought new challenges in all areas of his life.
    During that visit, Don was having vision issues and his printer and scanner weren’t working. Now I am in IT (computers) and had an opportunity to fix both units for him and recalled the help he gave me thirty years ago. I started laughing a bit and while scanning some photos for him, Don asked me, “What are you laughing about?” I answered him, “Are you kidding me? I just was able fix the great Don Bowen’s computer and do something for you after all this time, I’m enjoying the moment!” During this, last battle, he still always had a word of encouragement for everyone and would have a verse from the Bible handy to share from his heart. Recently, I was reading and praying for his family, and a verse came to mind that provided comfort about Don,“Precious in the sight of the LORD Is the death of His godly ones” (Psalm 116:15). I know God will provide and keep his family during his earthly absence.
    God has and will honor Don’s commitment of faith in him. He has blessed him and his family (how awesome are they!), and so many, many others in such a big way through his life. God never forgot Don, who is now enjoying that new life with him. For us, our thoughts and prayers remain with the Bowen family for their comfort at this time. Don, you will always be remembered as my friend and inspiration in the things that count.

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  126. Brian Brannigan Says:

    Living on the other side of the world, I always knew of Don and was privileged to have met him a few times at Conferences. I’d often see the Wizard quoted and visit his blog. I’d then spend hours on welcome inspirational distraction with a smile on my face.

    You reap what you sow and Don has an exceptional network of friends and family. His view on life and all of its opportunities was full of an optimism that always came across as realism.

    I read his last few posts this morning with tears in my eyes and a strong sense of joy. Normally, a strange thing to write but I’m sure a sentiment that others may share. Don is the epitomy of a life well shared. My thoughts are with all of his family and friends at this time as you continue his journey.

  127. Dan Reinhart Says:

    Don, my friend, I was just trying to find a lead to you to give you a call. It’s been twenty years or more, but you have retained a place in my thoughts all these years. I had no idea. I regret having waited too long. See you. – Dan

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