Breck Bowling Memorial Scholarship

Hello Everyone!

This is a fundraiser for the Stephen "Breck" Bowling Memorial Scholarship.  Breck was a Junior majoring in Computer Engineering at Morehead State University when his life was tragically cut short after 23 years of love on Earth.  Breck was a brilliant student and man but wasn't always the best of students- his interests and thirst to explore his world too often distracted him. 

In his memory, the family requests that everyone smile, wear crazy socks, and make a donation to a newly established scholarship fund in his honor.  The Breck Bowling Memorial Scholarship will be used for his memorial and to support students who need second chances because God granted Breck a second chance when he was saved by the blood of Jesus in 2011.  

His loving heart and big smile brought smiles to the faces of those who knew him and those that loved him the most.  He loved those who loved him and loved to see them smile and laugh.  The constant joker, Breck was always the brightest light in every room he entered.

Stephen “Breck” Bowling
July 15, 1998 – March 16, 2022
After loaning us pure love for 23 years, God called Stephen Breckinridge Bowling home at about 10:36 p.m. on Wednesday, March 16, 2022, after he and two of his friends were involved in an automobile accident in Milton, Florida. His beautiful smile and loving arms, ready to embrace family and friends, were taken from this world to a far better home of rest and peace much too early.
Breck was the son of Stephen D. and Jennifer Ann (Mullins) Bowling. He was a Junior computer engineering major at Morehead State University. He was a proud member of Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity and loved his part-time job at Buffalo Wild Wings in Morehead.
A unique spirit who loved to laugh and make others laugh, he enjoyed dancing and spending time with his fraternity brothers. He loved to hike and explore the outdoors. He enjoyed many hours of online computer games with friends around the world. He was a collector of crazy socks and loved both Thomas the Tank Engine and Pokémon as a young boy. Sunday meals at the “Bowling Compound” and trips to Whitesburg were filled with family fun and frequent wrestling matches. Many cousins who are “Breckios for Life” will miss his regular sock and shoe thefts and the required water fights.
He is survived by his parents, Stephen D. and Jennifer A. Bowling; one sister, Catherine Ann “Katie” Bowling and her fiancé, William Davis; and one brother, Joseph Andrew “Joey” Bowling. One special Cousin-Sister, Parke Elizabeth Bowling, also survives. He is also survived by his grandparents, Elmer and Linda Jo (Combs) Bowling of Saldee, and Larry and Similene (Wilder) Mullins, of Mayking, Kentucky.
“Breckie” is also survived by his aunts and uncles: Michael M. and Almeda Bowling, David and Sandy Napier, and Steven and Candy Caudill. He will be missed most of all by his cousins, Parker Elizabeth Bowling, Emily Paige Caudill, Kirsten Faith Caudill, Sophia Carolyn Napier, and Natalie Anne Napier. A large family of other relatives remains, and an innumerable host of friends mourn his passing.

His brothers from Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity will act as pallbearers and walk with him to his final resting place at the W. M. Combs Cemetery on Hurst Lane in Jackson, Kentucky.
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Jennifer Mullins Bowling 
Jackson, KY