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  1. If there is anything you need just ask, from our conversation the other day I know this is hard but we are here if you need anything and you are in my prayers.

  2. Carol…So sorry to hear of Dave’s passing..I really enjoyed the fellowship with you and him “on the porch” in O’cock..take care and “keep fishing”..it’s good for your soul! Jim

  3. David was always so kind to
    me. Thankful he is no longer in pain. Sending big hugs to you & prayers being sent up. Find strength & comfort in knowing you and David had some good & memorable times together. 🙏❤️
    Sandra

  4. Carol, We are very sorry to learn of the passing of Dave. He was a Good man, cared for you, and did a lot of hard work for NCBBA. I enjoyed my times with him! You have a lot of good memories. Talk to you soon!
    Dave and Linda Wigginton

  5. Carol, I am sorry to hear of Dave’s passing. Y’all were a great team working for the NCBBA. If there is anything I can do to help you I am only a phone call away. Praying for God to give you and your family strength and comfort now and in the coming days. Always remember the good times.

  6. Carol…When I asked where you were this morning I was so shocked to hear of Dave’s passing. He looked great in June! You were such a great team and were the impetus behind the NCBBA Adopt a Highway. He will be sorely missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing him. You are in my prayers.

  7. Carol, we are so very sorry for your loss. Dave was a great guy and I love that he took shells and bottles home from our collection. We will think of him fondly and wish the very best for you at this difficult time.

  8. Carol, You are in our thoughts and prayers and we are so sorry for your loss of David. We love you and hope to see you soon.

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David W. Mowers

September 10, 2022

David W. Mowers, 67, left this world on Sept 10, 2022, peacefully in his home in Kill Devil Hills after a short terminal illness David was the son of Frank Mowers of Elgin, Illinois and Daisey King Mowers. He was predeceased by his mother Daisey Mowers Cox and Thomas C. Cox, Jr; and sister, Cheryl Cox Plowe.

David is survived by his wife of 21 years, Carol Winslow Mowers; and two brothers, Kenneth and Jeff Cox.

Dave was very active member in the North Carolina Beach Buggy Association, and he loved Astrology and the study of other galaxies.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to Beach Food Pantry, PO Box 468, Kitty Hawk, NC 27949. A Celebration of Life will be planned at a future date. Please share condolences with the family via the online register at www.gallopfuneralservices.com. Gallop Funeral Services, Inc. was entrusted with arrangements.

Condolences

Marge and George Mood

If there is anything you need just ask, from our conversation the other day I know this is hard but we are here if you need anything and you are in my prayers.

Jim Markert

Carol...So sorry to hear of Dave's passing..I really enjoyed the fellowship with you and him "on the porch" in O'cock..take care and "keep fishing"..it's good for your soul! Jim

Cheryl Bundy

So sorry to hear this,praying for you and the family.

Sandra D Davis

David was always so kind to me. Thankful he is no longer in pain. Sending big hugs to you & prayers being sent up. Find strength & comfort in knowing you and David had some good & memorable times together. 🙏❤️ Sandra

Dave Wigginton

Carol, We are very sorry to learn of the passing of Dave. He was a Good man, cared for you, and did a lot of hard work for NCBBA. I enjoyed my times with him! You have a lot of good memories. Talk to you soon! Dave and Linda Wigginton

Tom Heggie

Thank you for all you did, we will miss you.

Joy Taylor

Carol, I am sorry to hear of Dave's passing. Y'all were a great team working for the NCBBA. If there is anything I can do to help you I am only a phone call away. Praying for God to give you and your family strength and comfort now and in the coming days. Always remember the good times.

Kim MacCartney

Carol...When I asked where you were this morning I was so shocked to hear of Dave's passing. He looked great in June! You were such a great team and were the impetus behind the NCBBA Adopt a Highway. He will be sorely missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing him. You are in my prayers.

Ron & Jeanne Griffin

Carol, we enjoyed spending time with you and Dave over the years in the NCBBA. You are in our prayers.

Art and Anne Noyes

Carol, we are so very sorry for your loss. Dave was a great guy and I love that he took shells and bottles home from our collection. We will think of him fondly and wish the very best for you at this difficult time.

Ron & Cecile Saunders

Carol, You are in our thoughts and prayers and we are so sorry for your loss of David. We love you and hope to see you soon.