Craig Bowman Obituary, Death – Craig Bowman was in the midst of fulfilling his responsibilities as a captain with both the Welland Fire and Emergency Services and with Local 481, when he suddenly and unexpectedly resigned from both of those positions. It is with the deepest regret that we have to break the news to you that he passed away while he was working with you at the company. He passed away unexpectedly. He passed away while he was at his place of employment. We ask that you kindly accept our heartfelt apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
We are extremely sorry that we have to inform you that an accident that occurred while he was executing his duties was the cause of his passing, and we deeply regret having to inform you of this information. We sincerely regret having to inform you of this information. It pains us greatly to have to break this news to you. This evening, at the age of 47, Brother Bowman, who fought occupational sickness with all of his strength over the course of many years, lost his battle with the illness after a long and arduous battle. Brother Bowman battled the sickness for a considerable amount of time. Brother Bowman devoted a significant portion of his life to the fight against the illness that he suffered from. He fought the illness for a considerable amount of time before ultimately giving in to its grasp and passing away.
At that point, he had been warding off the illness for a significant amount of time and as a consequence of his efforts, he had made incredible headway against it. He had also made tremendous headway against it as a result of his efforts. The development of an all-encompassing LODD Service is currently in the process of getting underway, and at the same time, the gathering of information that is vital to the success of this endeavour is currently taking place. This content will be made available on this website as soon as it is ready for release and has been prepared for dissemination to the general audience.