CW2 Timothy L. Cowan died after flight school but did not serve as a helicopter pilot in Vietnam on 03/22/1984 at the age of 33.1 from A/C accident
Flight Classes 71-47 and 71-41
Date of Birth 02/04/1951
Served in the U.S. Army
This information was provided by John M. Harris, SSN search

More detail on this person: Timothy Lee Young Cowan Timothy Lee Young Cowan was born February 4, 1951 in Seattle, Washington to Jack and Bobbie Imogene Young. When he was eight years old his mother was killed when her car went into Puget Sound in Seattle. His uncle and aunt, N.L. Cowan Jr. and Wanda Cowan took him to Cleburne, Texas for the funeral of his mother. He was adopted by his maternal grandparents, N.L. Cowan, Sr. and MedaBelle Cowan. He attended Cleburne Public Schools until his grandparents moved to Naselle, Washington where he finished his junior and senior year. He graduated in 1968 from Naselle High School where his uncle N.L. Cowan, Jr. was principal. He served in the U.S. Army as a helicopter pilot in Korea in the early 1970s. He was killed in a plane crash near Merida, Mexico on the Yucatan peninsula on March 22, 1984. He is survived by his son, Timothy Shawn Cowan, his grandmother MedaBelle Cowan, and his uncle and aunt N.L. Cowan Jr. and Wanda Cowan and two cousins, Cindi and Janis Cowan. He was interred in the Cowan family plot in Rose Hill Cemetery, Cleburne, Texas. Tim was a classmate of mine in 71-41 & I later served with him in Korea but he did not go to Vietnam.

From: John M. Harris

Burial information: Rosehill Cemetery, Cleburne, TX

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