Larry Major Bowerman
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1967 graduate of Monticello High

Larry Major Bowerman, age 63, died this month after a long battle with Hepatitis C.

Larry was born in Glendale, AZ to Leroy and Marioliver (Polly) Bowerman.

He graduated from Monticello High School in 1967.

After graduation, he moved to San Francisco, CA and then up north to Burnt Ranch, CA. He was a brick layer and poured concrete by trade.

He moved to Green River in 1992 He helped his mother sell Green River Melons and worked for the Dunham Melon stand.

Larry had an interest in sailboats, airplanes, and reading books. A year before he died, he started writing a book about small mistakes in your life that have serious effects.

He is survived by his daughter, Mithrell Bowerman, of Santa Cruz, CA; mother Marioliver (Polly) of Green River, UT; sister Judy (Tom) Hills, of Eatonville, WA; brothers Von (Cindy) of Green River, Paul (Jeannine) of Logandale, NV; eight nieces, one nephew and their spouses, eight great-nieces and nine great-nephews.

He is preceded in death by his father Leroy, and neice Katina.

Graveside services were held September 12, 2012 at the Elgin Cemetery, in Green River, UT.

Arrangements entrusted to Spanish Valley Mortuary, in Moab.
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