COWL, Richard "Dick" Went to his Lord on May 9, 2011 in Casselberry, FL. Richard was born in Minneapolis, MN in 1922. For the past year and a half, he lived with his family in Florida, fighting the good fight, being the good soldier. Dad was a Captain in the United States Army during World War II from the years 1942-1945. He loved his country and was so proud to be called into the Army. Dad was with the ones he loved, always surrounded with love and support. Richard was preceded in death by his gregarious daughter, Jill Cowl. Survived by his daughter, Gretchen (Art) Cowl Maldonado; son, Brian Scott (Amanda) Cowl and the light of his life, his granddaughter, Lisa Shannon (Jack) Rogers. He was also survived by his brother, Lawrence (Lavonne) Cowl. Richard had many nieces, nephews and friends. Richard spent several years in Hollywood, CA as a character actor. His face and voice have entertained us through commercials, television sitcoms, movies and radio. He was a lover of the arts, especially opera. Later, Richard settled in Hermitage, TN. Richard loved his Lord, and loved and admired those around him that loved their Lord. He was so thankful for 88 years and never let a day go by without thanking Him, over and over again. There is a certain symmetry, a sense that the good that Richard did will live on in the form of children, notes and time. Rest now, as we watch for the rainbows and feel the wind and know you are there. We will always remember you. You are home with those you love. You are home. Graveside services will be held at 12:30 p.m. Sunday, May 15, 2011 at Temple Cemetery, 2001 - 15th Avenue. Memorials may be made to The American Lung Association.
COWL, Richard Samuel
Born: 1922 Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.A.
Died: 5/9/2011, Casselberry, Florida, U.S.A.
Richard Cowl's westerns - actor:
Wanted Dead or Alive (TV) - 1960 (deputy)
Young Jesse James - 1960 (Neely)
Wrangler (TV) - 1960 (Vince Carter)
Bat Masterson (TV) - 1961 (henchman)
Deadwood '76 - 1965 (Preacher Smith)
Gunsmoke (TV) - 1965 (henchman)
Young Dan'l Boone (TV) - 1977 (mountain preacher)