Five generations of the Gowing family recently gathered. Seated is Dolly Gowing

Family generations

Five generations of the Gowing family recently gathered.

Five generations of the Gowing family recently gathered. Seated is Dolly Gowing, mother to Terry Gowing, (back row, second from left), father of Trevor Gowing, (back row, second from right), father of four children: Alyshia Gowing-Pepin (Tony),( back row first on left), mother of Parker and Kaleb Pepin, (left and right of Dolly): Aaryn Gowing (Jocelyn), (back row far right,)  father to Emily Gowing, (back row, left side) ,  Hunter Gowing (Joei), (back row, third from left), father of Levi Zunti-Davidson-Gowing, being held and Travis Gowing (not pictured.) The late Emeral and Dolly (nee Sutley) Gowing came to Summerland in 1956 with their children Carrol, Terry and Patt,  Terry married Linda Gowing (nee Kehler) in 1966, and had three children, Rhonda, Tracy and Trevor. Trevor married Tina Gowing (nee. Howe) in 1993 and they have four children, Alyshia, Aaryn, Hunter and Travis. All family members still reside in Summerland and surrounding areas.



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