Ben Bowyer

October 2004
Cabinet Maker;10/1/2004, Issue 5408, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on the funeral procession of Ben Bowyer, Pinetum agent that held on 20 August 2004. Bowyer had also served Yorkshire Pine as sales director and ISE Corp. as sales manager.


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