Bobby Bowden Death – Obituary News : Famed college football coach who led Florida State University for over 30 years has died .
We are sad to report that Coach Bobby Bowden has passed away,
Bobby Bowden, the famed college football coach who led Florida State University for over 30 years and transformed the Tallahassee team into a powerhouse, died Sunday, the school said in a statement. He was 91. According to a report by CNN on August 7. 2021.
Bowden “passed peacefully” at his home, according to a statement from his daughter given to the Tallahassee Democrat newspaper. In July, Bowden was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. “I’ve always tried to serve God’s purpose for my life, on and off the field, and I am prepared for what is to come,” Bowden said in a statement last month. “My wife Ann and our family have been life’s greatest blessing. I am at peace.”
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Well said. People in our lives have an impact they may never know unless we tell them. Taking the time to message and reach out to the ones in mine. Praying for his family and friends and their loss.Tricia Farley Earls wrote
What a beautiful tribute to his life. To read all the wonderful words of everyone here… He sure touched a lot of lives. Makes me wish I could have known him. Praying for you Kenny and everyone grieving the loss of this amazing man.RIP Coach wrote
He was an incredible man of faith and an incredible coach. Florida State Football will never be the same.
Bobby Bowden was asked once about the toughness of one of his players. His reply: “That boy don’t know the meaning of the word fear. In fact, I just saw his grades, and that boy don’t know the meaning of a lot of words.”
Go rest high on that mountain, Coach.
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Frank T. Wright wrote
I felt like I knew Coach Bowden. He exemplified what it took to be a great coach and an even greater caring person. Hope to see more coaches and people like Coach Bobby Bowden.
Nancy Lennon wrote
So sorry Kenny. It’s so hard as we get older (we’re the same age) to lose our friends, mentors, idols, friends. God rest his soul.
Michael Messerly wrote
One of the all time greats! Deserves to have a 30 for 30 about his life. What he did for Marshall in the 70’s was incredible as the coach for West Virginia. Great man of faith as well. He’ll be missed!
Melinda Lowry McDonald wrote
Oh no, Mr. Bowden came to see my son while he was In The hospital at Arnold Palmer Hospital in Orlando. Awesome man and a good heart!
Paul Swinburn wrote
My wife and I met Coach Bowden a few years ago. Bobby found out it was our Anniversary and he took a few extra minutes talking to us about it. He definitely had a way of making you feel like a part of his family. Even though it was only a few minutes it will forever be one of my favorite Seminole memories.
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Anne Marie wrote
I bleed Orange and green (born and raised in Miami) but today we are all heart broken for our FSU friends. He led some of the best rival seasons! Rest In Peace