Guest Book for Rev. Dr. James Mowrey

Provided by Geisel Funeral Home

Posted by: Tom Strandburg
Mon April 27, 2020
My sincere condolences to the entire Mowrey Family! Jim & Thelma both had an impact upon my life. As a son of the Kane District, they helped to shape the early course of my candidacy for ordained ministry. I was a pastor on the Johnstown District when they moved to Arbutus. Their support for my ministry continued in that setting. I remember first seeing them in 1977, when they arrived at Camp Allegheny to retrieve Becky in the midst of the Johnstown Flood. Later, I would hear of their great work during that difficult time. Their faithfulness inspires me to this day. May their memory be a blessing to you all!
 

 
Posted by: Augie and Aimee Twigg
Mon April 27, 2020
Dear Mowrey Family, we share fond memories of your parents. When we were a young clergy couple, they were setting the way forward for those of us, more in number, to come. They set an example of grace-filled ministry and supportive spousal relationship. They gave us encouragement and care. We remember them, as so many do, as dear friends. Our prayers for you all as you grieve losing him but celebrate his receiving his eternal reward and this long awaited reunion of your dear parents.
 

 
Posted by: JPatrick Lenox
Mon April 27, 2020
I am so sorry to hear of Jim's passing. My first appointment out of seminary was as associate pastor to Bradford First when Jim and Thelma were retiring. Grateful for their Christ honoring ministry. It was fun in Bradford to minister alongside Becky in the congregation there. Please know your family is being lifted in prayer. I can only imagine the reception Jim received when reaching heaven. I am sure our Savior said, "Well done, good and faithful servant!"
 

 
Posted by: Suzanne Dittman
Mon April 27, 2020
Becky, my condolences to you and your family.  I can still picture your dad and mom at the alter during church services.  You are in thoughts and prayers.

Suzanne