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WILLIAM H. COWDRICK, JR.

William H. Cowdrick Jr., 79, of Beaufort and previously of Seaside Park, New Jersey, entered the presence of his Savior on Friday, June 28, 2019, at his residence.

William was born February 17, 1940, to the late William H. and Ruth Eleanor Cowrick.

He leaves a son and daughter-in-law, William III and Marie Bernadette Cowdrick, and two granddaughters, Samantha and Sophie of Tega Cay, South Carolina.

A graveside service will be held at 2 o’clock Wednesday, July 3, 2019, at Beaufort National Cemetery with Air Force Honors.

The family request that no flowers be sent due to cemetery regulations, but in lieu of flowers that remembrance contributions be sent to Beaufort Memorial Hospital in gratitude for the care provided for their father.

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  1. Connie Atkins says:

    So sorry to hear of the loss of our neighbor Bill. I always loved seeing him riding his bicycle. He loved our little Westie Angus.

  2. Tameyoza says:

    To Mr. William’s family. I’m deeply sorry for your loss. Our Almighty Heavenly Father Jehovah God promises that you will see him again. Here on Earth. Acts 24:15, John 5:28,29. He will also be in perfect health, Revelation 21:1-5.

  3. Peter Marotta, Jr. says:

    Dear Cowdrick family, your father was a very important person in my life during those early stages of my new found faith. He was the first one to greet me at the door when I first visited Calvary Temple in WH. He and Skip Eggimann were instrumental in bringing me into the fellowship of Calvary, introducing me to many of the church members. Those early years were very critical in my growth as a new Christian. I am grateful for the privilege to have known Bill and to be the beneficiary of his friendship. Death to the Christian is but a doorway into God’s eternal kingdom

    Though we grieve the loss of those whom we love, we are comforted by the words in 1Thess 4:13, 14 which says our grieving is not as those who have no hope, but with joy knowing that we will see William Cowdrick, Jr. again in our Father’s Kingdom … and that is the greatest legacy anyone can leave their family with.

  4. Miguel Sanabria says:

    Brother Bill was a great encourager in our lives. He would send us letters that would come just when we needed them. He knew he was on this earth for a purpose and that was to further God’s Kingdom. He is now with his Savior. He is now resting. Thank you Lord for this man’s life and the example that he left behind.

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