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David Glenn Bowlin

December 10, 1965 December 27, 2018
David Glenn Bowlin
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Obituary for David Glenn Bowlin

David Glenn Bowlin, 53, of Woodbine and formerly of Laurel, passed away suddenly on Wednesday, December 27, 2018 at Carroll Hospital Center.
Born December 10, 1965 in Washington, DC, he was the son of Arnold Bowlin, Jr. of Laurel and the late Jane Lois (Ness) Starliper. He was the stepson of Dennis Starliper of Westminster and loving husband of Barbara R. (Brown) Bowlin.
Surviving in addition to his wife, father and stepfather are daughter Shelby L. Bowlin of Chantilly, VA; stepsons Justin A. Titus of Oklahoma City, OK, Joel P. Titus and wife Shannon of Crofton, and Jordan R. Titus and wife Lauren of Annapolis; siblings Kevin P. and wife Dainna Bowlin of Gambrills, Jennifer A. Starliper, Patrick C. Starliper and wife Amelia and Douglas Q. Starliper all of Westminster; grandson Noah R. Bowlin of Chantilly, VA. He is also survived by numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins.
David was the owner and operator of Bowlin Home Improvements. He was a lifetime member of the NRA. He loved fishing, woodworking and working with his hands. David celebrated seven years and one month of sobriety and his passion was always helping anyone who needed, especially others struggling with the disease of addiction.
A Celebration of Life event will be held at the Laurel Firehouse on January 12, 2019 from 1 – 5 p.m.
Cremation arrangements handled by Pritts Funeral Home & Chapel, Westminster.

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