Kentucky Death Row inmate Thomas Clyde Bowling died Saturday.
Bowling, 62, had been in poor health because of "complications stemming from cancer," according to a news release from the Kentucky Department of Corrections.
Bowling was sentenced to death in 1991 after being convicted in the shooting deaths of Eddie and Tina Earley in Lexington in 1990. The couple was shot while sitting in their car outside the dry cleaning business they operated, Earley Bird Cleaners. The couple's 2-year-old son also was shot but survived.
Bowling had been moved from Death Row at the Kentucky State Penitentiary to the Nursing Care Facility at the Kentucky State Reformatory because of his condition. He was taken by ambulance to the emergency room at Baptist Health in LaGrange, where he was pronounced dead, according to the release.