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Headley Trowers

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Headley Trowers was formerly married to Lola Trowers for 34 years. They had two sons, Andrew & Kevin Trowers. He leaves behind 3 grand children: Domonique, Andrew, and Celan Trowers. A migrant from Jamaica in 1983, where Headley was a detective, Headley worked for The Department of Homeland Security as an immigration officer for 25 years. He recently retired in 2014. Services will be Saturday July 28, 2018, 4 PM at Georgia Funeral Care, 4671 S. Main St. Acworth, Ga. 30101. 

5 Comments To "Headley Trowers"

Arline On Sep 29 2018 at 12pm
Dear Neighbor I'm so sorry for your lost and while your heart is heavy and down. Remember that Jehovah has promised in his word. Revelation 21:4And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes,+ and death will be no more,+ neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore.+ The former things have passed away.” I hope this scripture brings you comfort. Reply to this comment
Elizabeth jordan On Sep 12 2018 at 4pm
Oh what a shock, I met Headley in 2011 , this loss is so unexpected and only God knows what pain one feels when they loose a friend ... no word of sympathy can take the pain away from the love ones. But God will see you through. Reply to this comment
Donica , Powell On Aug 10 2018 at 9am
My Heart is heavy upon reading about the passing of Mr. Headley ,Trowers I didn't know him personally but had the pleasure of working with his lovely wife Mrs.Lola Trowers in Georgia from 2004 . Mr.Headley will be missed , my condolences to the family may God give you the comfort and strength to find peace in such a sad situation. Reply to this comment
Kee On Jul 31 2018 at 12pm
To the family, Please accept my condolences on the loss of your loved one. I hope you too can find comfort in the words at Psalms 34:18 and 2 Corinthians 1:3,4. Reply to this comment
Bill Carr On Jul 30 2018 at 12pm
I just attended Headley Trowers funeral service; it was simple but nice and well attended by loved ones and friends. I first met Mr. Trowers 20 years ago when I first started working at JFK Airport in New York. As a "newbie" at the airport Mr. Trowers was very friendly to me which I much appreciated since a lot of the more senior employees were anything but friendly towards the new employees. I also had the pleasure of working with Mr. Trower's at the Atlanta Airport from '07 until he retired. It was a true pleasure knowing him. He will be missed by many, I'm sure. Reply to this comment
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