ConocoPhillips Alaska’s Jim Bowles dies
Company president leaves legacy of community involvement; Bowles, Alan Gage of Conoco killed in avalanche while snowmachining
Jim Bowles, 57, president of ConocoPhillips Alaska, died Feb. 13 in an avalanche. Also killed was Alan Gage, 40, a member of the company’s capital projects organization.
The men were part of a group of about a dozen who were snowmachining on the Kenai Peninsula.
Bowles was retired — after a career....
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