History of Gay and Lesbian Life in Wisconsin - People - Bios

Tim Bowen



November 11, 1964
June 18, 1993
Primary Involvements:

Sign language interpreter

Primary Location:

Racine, WI



Tim Bowen Tim attended UW-Parkside as a computer science major, and then attended UW-Milwaukee's Sign Language Interpreting program. Tim also volunteered as a helpline operator for Innovative Youth Services in Racine from 1981 to 1987. and at the Underground Switchboard from 1988 to 1990.

Tim was a member of the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Wisconsin Interpreters Network. National Association for the Deaf and Wisconsin Association for the Deaf. He was also a member of Olympia Brown Unitarian Universalist Church in Racine.

Tim was employed by UW-Milwaukee as a sign language interpreter, and was self-employed as an interpreter in the southeastern Wisconsin area.

Tim Bowen passed away on June 18 due to complications of AIDS. He was born on November 11, 1964 and was a Racine resident.


'In Memoriam'
(In Step vol 10-13, July 1993)

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