Heath C. Blowers, Sr.


Heath C. Blowers, Sr. 48, passed away on Tuesday, August 3, 2021 at his home. He was born in Saratoga Springs, New York on August 21, 1972 to William and Alice Blowers.

Heath was a truck driver for Cornell Paving and also ran his own excavating and towing service. Trucks were his passion. He built all his own trucks for working and for the fun times, mud bogging with his friends. Heath had a way of helping people find the good in themselves. He enjoyed teaching people new things and giving them confidence to succeed.

He was predeceased by his father William Blowers, brother David Blowers, and uncle Kenneth Blowers. Heath is survived by his children Heath Blowers, Jr. (Samantha), Tiffany Blowers and Aaron Blowers; granddaughter Paiten, mother Alice Blowers; brothers Kevin Blowers, Michael Blowers (Karen), and William Blowers, Jr.; niece Tanya Blowers, and several additional nieces and nephews.

A memorial service will be held 10am Monday, August 9 at Armer Funeral Home, Inc., 39 East High Street, Ballston Spa. Family and friends are invited to gather at the funeral home at 9:30am before the service.

Memorial contributions in memory of Heath may be made to Mollie Wilmot Radiation Oncology Center, 211 Church Street, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 or Albany Medical Center Radiation Oncology Center, 43 New Scotland Avenue, Albany, NY 12208.

Guest Book

Patrick Caprood

Heath, I'm sorry.
To the kids, I love you three very much.

You father was a wizard when it came to utilizing the cards he was dealt. There is no doubt his perseverance was firmly rooted in seeing his babies grow.

He was a good soul, deserving of a sweeter freedom than this world could give. He is without anguish or peril now. Always present for his babies and loved ones. A man who wasn't just alive, but actively present in his moment; continuously living.

He fought to learn from his mistakes, fought his demons and fought back those who hate to see good men grow more capable. An idol, no.
A friend, mentor, uncle, father and much more
Absolutely, without question.

He embraced being imperfect in a imperfect society and did what he had to as a man. For that, Heath will always have my respect.

Until next time Heath, until then,
Only God knows why ❤

Ron and Shelly

Heath...our brother from another mother, you where a great person, a great father and a true friend! We will miss you deeply and still can't comprehend this..fly high brother..R.I.P. We love you man and we will see you again!!

Aaron Blowers(son)

Dad you were the best dad anyone could ask for you taught me so many things in life. I really don't know what I would do without you. Thank you for so many great memories. You will be truly missed. I can't tell you how bad I wish this was a dream. I wish I could just wake up and walk into your room and say love dad. You really were and will be the best father anyone could ask for thank you for being there for me through all the rough patches and being there to help me stich them up

Kellie Bates

I am truly sorry for your loss. He was a good man. I got use to hearing his voice at least 3 xs a day. He pushed Doug to do bigger and better things, was always there for him when needed a friend or just advice on truck stuff. I know a lot of people are gonna be lost without him. Remember he's in all your hearts forever , and don't forgot for one second he's up there watching everything and protecting from up above. He was a smart funny caring man with a heart of gold, spread your wings and Fly High..... may you rest in peace with no more pain.

Raymond & Joanne Sylvain

We will sure miss Heath. He was the best guy ever. We enjoyed his company for many years on Greenfield Ave. with his family. R.I.P Heath

Fred Ebert

My prayers go out to the family,...we were friends on face book and I would follow his projects that he posted...It reminded me of my earlier days taking nothing but a bunch of parts and turning it into a powerful useful and reliable product...He definitely was a "FORD BLUE FAN" and his Ford Crew cab Dually was the work horse he created that was always improving and I would see often hauling cars, scrap you name it...from his f/b post's to me he was a hard working ,proud and loving family man and could fix anything and would help anyone in need...even in his failing health...Heath...the pain is gone, I pray your well on your way into our Lord Jesus Loving arm's and he is comforting the love ones you left behind.....Rest In Peace My Friend....you will be missed...

Don and Linda Whitacre

RIP Heath!

Harry Sheldon

Heath my brother, it's so hard to accept you are gone. We were close for many many years. You will be truly missed. See you on the other side bud. My deepest condolences to the family.

Christine Baldwin

He may be gone but not forgotten. Be strong at this time that is what he would want. You are all loved. My heart is with the family and friends.

Diane Hrebinczak

My heart breaks for your family. Heath was such a good person
May he RIP.
Your all in my thoughts and prayers.
Diane

Gay Murrisky

I'm in total shock...We go back a long way. Working on my car..bones to Diesel..visiting over to your home.. Always there for me..will be greatly missed!!

Holly Palso

Heath you were a good friend a great dad Kayley loved you unconditionally you will be greatly missed gone but never forgotten

Barbara Whalen

I’m very sorry for your loss I’m honored to have meant him and call him my friend he was so full of life he was an amazing father grandfather a role model to his kids and many many other he was a caring man and had a lot of family and friends who will truly miss you the world will never be the same again please give my girl Patty a kiss for me and you to together plus pops blinky Donald your brother all have the biggest blowout and raise some hell you will also be close