Schon Everett Bowmar

December 27, 1967 ‒ August 16, 2019

Cardington, Ohio
Formerly of Sunbury, Ohio

Schon E. Bowmar, age 51, of Cardington, died peacefully on Friday, August 16, 2019 at Riverside Methodist Hospital with his loving family at his side.

Schon was proud of his progression from mechanic to Service Manager for Franklin Equipment Rental.

He proudly served his country with the U.S. Army.

Schon worked hard to provide for his family and in his free time he loved to go fishing at Lake Erie and Alum Creek or spend hours cleaning and caring for his beloved fishing boat.

He was preceded in death by grandparents, Kenneth and Mary Baldeser, Gail and Dolly Bowmar.  He is survived by his loving wife of 24 years, Kimberly K. Bowmar; sons, Adam (fiance’, Jordan) Bowmar of Foley, Alabama and Noah Bowmar of Delaware; daughter, Kayla Bowmar of Cardington; parents, Robert E. and Mary L. Bowmar of Mt. Gilead; grandchildren, Brooklyn and Trendon; brothers, Jeff (Sheri) Bowmar of Sunbury and Todd (Lisa) Bowmar of Mt. Gilead; in-laws, Noah Dencil and Alice Stover of Delaware; brother-in-law, Jeff Stover of Richwood; dear friend and fishing buddy, Chad Bass; aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and friends.

A Celebration of Life Service will be planned for a later date.

The DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home is honored to serve the Bowmar family.  Please visit www.snyderfuneralhomes.com to leave a condolence or memory for the family.

  • Bob and sis my prayers go out to you and the entire family. He was taken way to young. He was always like family. You all were. He will be greatly and sadly missed. Love u both with all my heart. Im here if you need anything in this time of sorrow and mourning

  • It was hard to watch you lay there in that hospital bed all those hours I’m so happy that you are finally at peace. A true fighter is in heaven now. Thank you for everything you and aunt Kim have done for me for the last 16 years. I miss you greatly already.. no Sunday dinner or holidays will be the same without your laugh and you sleeping after every meal. Rest In Peace uncle Schon.

  • To the Bowmar family, I am very sorry for your loss. Think of all of you often and remember times we had when we were younger.

  • I had the pleasure of meeting Schon at my machine service training facility in Wisconsin back in March of 2018. Schon was a very personable guy and was always engaged in class. Very few technicians possess his level of humble expertise. Schon’s very presence and willingness to share his experiences, provided additional value to all the other techs. You don’t see talent like that everyday. Heaven’s machine fleet will run better than it ever has before. Please allow me to extend my sincerest condolences to Schon’s family, friends, and colleagues.

  • Bob and Mary, so sorry to hear of Schon. It just seems like yesterday we were all growing up together. Please know that Mom and Dad are thinking about you. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

  • Dear family,
    I am so sorry to hear the news. It always bothers me when students precede in passing on. The Bowmar family has made and continues to make its mark on the Big Walnut community. Heaven gained another angel.

  • Dear Todd and family, We are sorry for your loss. We will keep you and your family in our thoughts and prayers. God be with you, Keith and Jona Baer

  • To the Bowmar Family,
    Sorry for your Loss!
    Deepest Condolences,
    The Ebert, Phillips & Starkey Families.