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Gene "Gino" DIXON-BOWLING

Forest Hill - Canton Cemetery
Lincoln County,
South Dakota

Nov 21, 1966--Nov 20, 2010

Gene 'Gino' Dixon-Bowling, age 43, formerly of Canton, passed away Saturday, November 20, 2010 at his home in Sioux Falls due to a sudden heart attack. A Service of Remembrance will be held at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, November 27, at Canton United Methodist Church.
Eugene Michael Dixon-Bowling was born November 21, 1966 in Sacramento, CA. He moved to Canton in 1978 and attended Canton Schools, graduating 1985. He participated in wrestling at CHS. Gino was well known for his custom body shop work and his passion for the body building sport. He will always be remembered for his quick engaging smile and willingness to help anyone that was in need with whatever he had or could do. Gino was working for Mark Harmon in Tea, SD and was a personal trainer in Sioux Falls. At the age of 43, he just completed his goal to compete in the Senior Class at the Las Vegas Regional Body Building Competition, which he greatly enjoyed. He knew his strength came from hard work, the ability to enjoy life and his love of the Lord. Gino will be greatly missed by all his family and friends who came to know and love his free spirit and love of life.
He is survived by his daughter, Chelsea Kroger of Sioux Falls, SD; his parents, Chester and Elizabeth Bowling of Canton, SD; brothers David (Terry) Dixon of Tacoma, WA, Mike Dixon of Tacoma, WA, and David Wagner of Canton, SD; sister, Kimberly (Dan) Wells of Worthing, SD; nephews- Tristen, Keaten, Brian, and Jesse; niece, Brandy; and many close and loving friends.

Contributed on 8/11/11 by bjbraaten
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Submitted: 8/11/11 • Approved: 8/11/11 • Last Updated: 12/22/15 • R126506-G0-S3

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