Pace Fire Rescue Fighter, Carl Bowers passed away. Let’s see How did Carl Bowers die and Carl Bowers cause of death in detail.
How did Carl Bowers die?
Pace Firefighter Carl Bowers passed away after experiencing a medical emergency on Monday, Jan. 9. He was 38 years old.
A GoFundMe Page has been set up to help his family at this difficult time.
Carl Bowers cause of death
Carl Bowers cause of death was a rare type of cancer.
He was diagnosed with angiosarcoma, a highly rare cancer that appears in the inner lining of blood and lymph arteries. At a specialist medical facility, Bowers was given chemotherapy treatment.
An uncommon kind of cancer called angiosarcoma appears in the inner lining of lymph and blood arteries. Although it can develop anywhere in the body, the skin, breast, liver, and spleen are where it usually does. 27 The 5-year survival rate is 12-33%, with a median survival of 15 to 24 months. Metastases to adjacent cervical lymph nodes and local failure are common. The liver and bone are the next most frequent sites of distant metastasis, albeit these usually happen later.
Unfortunately, Carl Bowers passed away after a long battle with cancer.
Carl Bowers cause of death has left the community inconsolable.
Carl’s memorial service will take place on Saturday, January 21st at 2 pm at the Sanders Beach Corrine Jones Resource Center, located at 913 S. I Street in Pensacola, Florida 32502.
Carl Bower’s wife shannon wrote a heart touching message on Facebook.
I am overwhelmed with the love and generosity of everyone. Carl was so loved.
I am in the process of making arrangements for him, which is one of the hardest things that I have ever had to do. I am going to ask a favor from everyone. If you knew Carl well, you knew he was one of the biggest Marvel fans in the history of Marvel. I am asking that instead dressing in your Sunday best for his service, please wear your favorite Marvel shirt, hat , sweatshirt, costume, whatever you have! I know it would make his heart happy.
I will update when I have definite plans made.
We Love You 3000 Carl!!!
You can send flowers to the Pace Fire Rescue District Fire Department at 4773 Pace Patriot Blvd, Pace, FL 32571.
Who was Carl Bowers?
Carl Bowers was a Pace fire fighter.
He had spent many years serving the people of Santa Rosa and Escambia County. From 2007 to 2017, Firefighter/EMT Bowers served as a very active volunteer with Escambia County Fire Rescue.
In 2017, he accepted a full-time firefighter position with the Pace Fire Rescue District and has since worked for us. In recent years, Carl also worked part-time as an EMT at Lifeguard Ambulance.
Tributes to Carl Bowers
Many people expressed their profound sympathies to his family and expressed how much they loved him.
Detriz Bowers wrote,
“My “strong and manly” (which is the definition of his name), first born son, the late Carl Bowers III has earned his wings! Please pray for the love of His life (his wife) and my entire family! #RIH #LoveNeverDies #MyHero #llLoveYou”
Lifeguard Ambulance Service of Santa Rosa County, Florida wrote,
“Today we extend our deepest sympathies to Pace Fire Rescue District and the Bowers Family after the loss of Fire Fighter Carl Bowers. Carl was the kind of man we can all hope to be- kind, compassionate, loving family man, dedicated public servant. He fought hard and had the entire public safety community behind him. He will forever be missed and loved. Rest easy Carl.”
Megan Castor wrote,
“Carl Bowers told me once after a call that “I can’t die. I haven’t died yet so you can’t prove that I can- I’ll be here forever.” In a way, he was right. He was a quirky, beautiful raconteur with the most passionate love for his family and chosen family that is rare to come by. From pumpkin pies to dating advice and recovery, there is very few places where his lessons and memory won’t be felt. Rest easy.”
Keep Pace Fire Control District L-4836 in your prayers as they are dealing with the loss of their Brother and Local President Carl Bowers. He passed today of cancer after a year-long fight. #IAFF @WalterIAFF @IAFFPresident @OFDBernie @FPF343 pic.twitter.com/mOv3IUiztL
— FPF 8th District (@FPF8thDistrict) January 8, 2023
Cody Foster wrote,
“Man this one really hits home pretty tough! Carl was a man of Integrality a man of honor. A man that never failed to not smile or find the good in things. Carl never talked much about what he had but always said I’m good and Ima get through it. I had a pleasure of working with Carl and I tell you. This man reached thousands of people. A lot of times people pass on to the next life and we ask are selves did he make it. This one for sure made it. Carl is in no more pain but riding them Golden roads. Cleaning and polishing them red trucks. And keeping them stations in heaven clean. Rest easy brother we got your six.”
Dexter Beasley wrote,
“I am so incredibly thankful that we were able to reconnect and create some memories over the last two years. We reconnected, went to hockey games, went to work out at the psc field, played volleyball and lastly, we were able to celebrate your birthday at hooters, 6 months ago or more. I am thankful to have spent your birthday with you at Hooters and shared some laughs that night in the parking lot. Thanks for always being you and always having the ability to make one laugh. We are friends first, firefighters second. RIP my friend“
One of the worst things anyone can go through in life is losing a loved one. Any journey must have a destination at the end. The person’s time on earth has regrettably come to an end now that they have died.
We wish him eternal peace and send our thoughts and prayers to his loved ones, family, friends. May he rest in peace.
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