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Thomas”Huggy” Blaine Bowler, Bunkerville Nevada, age 41 passed away Sunday September 16, 2018 in Eagle Canyon, Utah.
Huggy was born November 22, 1976 in St. George, Utah to Grant Karl Bowler and Sheila Milne Bowler. Huggy met the love of his life, Jennifer Spencer in November 2005. They were married January 9, 2009.
Huggy was raised in Mesquite, Nevada and Veyo, Utah. He spent most of his life living in Nevada, but worked and traveled all over the United States. He loved semi-trucks from the first time he saw them and loved to work with big equipment. He could fix or build anything. Huggy had a lot of different jobs, but the semis and trucking were his passion. He was always a hard worker but after meeting Jennifer and Daiton, he was even more driven to be successful. He was very determined to build a successful business and provide a good life for his family. And that he did. He loved to travel and took a lot of fun family trips. He was very spontaneous and would spoil his wife with surprise trips. He loved his wife and kids with everything he had. Family was everything to him. A couple of Huggy’s biggest accomplishments and proudest moments were buying his first home in Bunkerville, Nevada and starting his business Bowler Trucking.
Huggy is survived by his wife Jennifer, his sons, Daiton & Joey, of Bunkerville, Nevada. His sons, Caven & Dayle and daughters, Kyla & Katelyn of Nampa, Idaho. Two grandchildren Ricardo & Nariyah. His mother, Sheila Hardy, Veyo Utah. Numerous sisters and brothers, nieces and nephews and many other family and friends. He is preceded in death by his two fathers, Grant Karl Bowler and Larry Hardy, and one brother, John Bowler.
Visitation will be Monday September 24th, 2018 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Bunkerville, Nevada, followed by Graveside services at the Bunkerville Cemetery. The family invites you to leave a message or a memory in their “Guestbook” at firstname.lastname@example.org.