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George Dewey Rowlan
Submitted by: Tim Dotterer

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Nellie A. and George D. ROWLAN

Cherokee Municipal Cemetery

Ryan George Dewey Rowlan, 87, died June 4 in a Ryan nursing home. The funeral service will be at 9 AM Saturday, June 7, at the First Baptist Church in Ryan, with the Rev. Doug Griggs officiating. Burial will be in Cherokee Municipal Cemetery at 4 PM Saturday.

Rowlan was born May 1, 1899, in Aline. He married Nellie Agnes Cool January 8, 1936, in Cherokee. She died December 2, 1984.

He was a retired state highway employee, was in the U.S. Army in World War I and was a member of the Methodist Church. The Rowlans moved from Cherokee to Ryan in March, 1983.

Survivors include one son, Dewey C. Rowlan, Lincoln, Nebraska; four daughters, Mrs. Harold (Dorothy) Scribner, Lincoln, Nebraska, Mrs. Homer (Deloris) Parker, Ryan; Mrs. Bill (Juanita) Leeman and Mrs. Bob (Geraldine) Kirchner, both of Cincinnati, Ohio; 20 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren.

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