Conrad Harold Rowe

January 9, 1951May 6, 2021

Conrad Harold Rowe, 70, passed away peacefully at his home in Las Vegas on May 6, 2021 with family by his side. He was born January 9, 1951 in Waycross, Georgia to Jesse and Fannie Rowe. He served in the United States Coast Guard for 23 years retiring in 1993 as a CWO3. He later joined the Merchant Marines and opened and owned several businesses in the Mayport and Jacksonville, FL areas. He loved traveling in his camper, had a passion for gardening and was always the joke teller. And above all he was so was proud and loved all his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He will deeply missed by all.

Conrad was preceded in death by his father, Jesse Rowe and mother Fannie Rowe; sister, Dorothy Kelley. He is survived by his wife of 15 years Judy Rowe; daughter, Shannon Gahagan (Shawn); son, Conrad Brian Rowe (Nicole); step-sons, Jeremy Spencer (Shirley), Justin Spencer, Jared Spencer (Courtney); grandchildren, Tyler Tanner (Alyssa), Brooke Tanner (Chris), Maggie Gahagan, Emily Rowe, Zachary Rowe; grandchildren, Hailey Spencer, Dixie Spencer, Conrad Spencer, Bentley Spencer; Great-grandchildren, Alexa, Dallas; brother, Lee Rowe (Doris), sisters, Janice Crabtree (Bruce), Carol Howell; and numerous nieces, nephews and extended family. A Celebration of Life will be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to a charity of your choice.


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Janice Crabtree

May 19, 2021

My life is full of wonderful memories of you. Growing up you with you was an adventure. We were always into something. I always had to tag along. I guess the best and most recent memory was our trip to Yellowstone. We all had the best time. I miss you so much. Love always ! Your sister! Janice Rowe Crabtree

Karen Kissam-Kaczer

May 11, 2021

Blessings to your family. Even though I only met you a couple of times. I know that your love for each other was wonderful. Glad you got to spend the last few years traveling and roaming the USA in the trailer .. 🐕