Tony “Bob” W. Mowery

September 12, 1964 ‒ August 05, 2019

Perrysville, Ohio
Formerly of Loudonville, Ohio

Tony “Bob” W. Mowery passed away suddenly Monday evening, August 5, 2019 in Avita Hospital surrounded by his family. He was 54.

He was born September 12, 1964 in Loudonville to parents Thomas H. & Marilyn (McCready) Mowery. After he graduated from Loudonville High School with the class of 1982, he began working for the Village of Loudonville, where he has been working ever since.

A very likable person and easy to befriend, no one was a stranger to Tony. Throughout the years he enjoyed playing slow pitch softball and referring for basketball games in Loudonville and other surrounding schools. Tony was always on the move and liked to hang out with family and friends in spare time.

He is survived by his mother Marilyn Mowery; longtime girlfriend Amanda Goodin; stepdaughter Emily (David) Poole; grandson Zayden Poole, and Nova Jean Poole who is on the way; his brothers Tom Mowery, Tim (Sandy) Mowery, and Tyler (Janet) Mowery; and his nieces and nephews Tom Mowery, Rasheena Davis, David Mowery, Tyler Mowery, Tori Mowery, and Trevor Mowery.

Tony was preceded in death by his father Thomas Mowery.

Tony’s family will receive friends Friday, August 9, 2019 from 4 to 7 p.m. in the Snyder Funeral Home- Lindsey Chapel, 123 N Market Street, Loudonville, Ohio.

Contributions in Tony’s memory to Loudonville Youth Association may be made at the funeral home.

Snyder Funeral Homes is honored to serve Tony’s family and encourage you to share a fond memory or message of condolence to them at

  • My thoughts and prayers are with the Mowery Family, I have some very fond memories of Tony in school. May his love for life and family continue through all that loved him.

  • Thoughts & prayers to Tony’s family. Tony you were so kind & funny & an all around great guy!! Glad you were my neighbor & will miss our talks in the back yard!! Rest In Peace my friend…

  • Thoughts and prayers to all the Mowery Family . Tony I will really miss you for all the years I flagged you down to complain about my drive getting plowed in during the snow the storm sewers not draining proper and the tree across the alley needing trimmed or coming down. I know you wanted to run the other direction but you would stop and appease me being the nice and likable guy you are. Now I will sit and laugh to myself and I am sure you are wondering who the next sucker will be . You were always so understanding and say I will see what I can do Jean Thanks for the memories Tony I don’t think you will be replaceable.

  • Once a friend with Tony, you were always a friend. I have great memories of playing cards at the old Card Room. I will miss seeing and talking to him on the streets of Loudonville. RIP my friend.

  • Marilyn and Tyler-I am so sorry for your loss. I remember Tony as a fun loving person who was always at the ball fields and one of the Mowery boys! I hope all your fond memories bring you comfort in this time of sorrow.

  • I don’t know Tony, but I know Tim and Tyler. I’m so sorry for your loss!! Praying for you all….

  • Dear Marilyn, Tyler, Tim, Tom and families,
    I’m so very sorry to hear of Tony’s passing. I remember him most for his upbeat and silly nature and laugh. Hoping the good times you all had together will provide some comfort as you celebrate his life and mourn his death.

  • Mowery clan, I am so sorry to hear of Tony’s passing. I always ran into him at the Mickey Mart and he always had a positive remark, and his laughter always started my day off right. He will be missed!

  • Wow, will I ever miss Tony. He was a pure & simple friend & a complete roll in the isles nut. Who on a bad day had me in stitches. He was a friend to me & my family for years & years & he will be missed. Rest in peace, Tony. You deserve the peace!