Great Falls Tribune                                                                        Thursday, January 19,1995

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DAVID C. COWELL

  HARLEM - David C. Cowell, 42, a bookkeeper, died Tuesday at Havre nursing

home of a premature aging disease.

  His funeral is 1 p.m. Friday at Harlem High School Little Gymnasium, with

burial in Harlem Cemetery. Edwards Funeral Home is handling arrangements.

  Cowell was born Nov. 1, 1952, in Havre. In 1971 he graduated from Harlem High

School, where he was a football and basketball manager.

  He worked at Fort Belknap Hospital and was a bookkeeper at Equity Co-op for

six years.

  Cowell enjoyed woodworking, hunting, shooting and playing cards.

  Surviving are his parents, Glen and Ethel Cowell of Harlem; a sister, AnnKuntz of Harlem, and two brothers, Steve Cowell of Cheyenne, Wyo., and Jejjrey

Cowell of Big Timber.

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!Havre Daily News                                                                       Thursday, January 19, 1995

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DAVID C. COWELL

  HARLEM - David C. Cowell, 42, died at a Havre care center due to natural

causes.

  Funeral services will be Friday at 1 p.m. in the Harlem High School Little

Gymnasium.

  Burial will follow in Harlem Cemetery.

  Arrangements are by Edwards Funeral Home of Chinook.

  David Cowell was born to Glen and Ethel Kegel Cowell Nov. 1, 1952 in Havre.

He attended schools in Harlem, graduation from Harlem High School in 1971. He

was active through high school as the sports manager for football and

basketball. He worked at Fort Belknap Hospital and was the bookkeeper at Equity

Co-op in Harlem for six years.

  He was an avid wood worker, loved hunting and shooting, and was a skilled

card player.

  He is survived by his parents of Harlem; ont sister, Ann and her husband,

Richard Kuntz, of Harlem; two brothers, Steve and his wife, Sharon Cowell of

Cheyenne, Wyo., and Jeffrey and his wife, Laura Cowell of Big Timber; five

nephews; and four nieces.

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