Curtis Bowden

curtis bowden
LINDEN Funeral services for Curtis Bowden., 90, of Linden will be at 2:00 P.M., Saturday, December 5, 2009 at Linden United Methodist Church with Bro. Mark McClanahan officiating. Burial will be in Center Grove Cemetery under the direction of Reeder-Davis-Schindler Funeral Home, Inc., in Linden. A visitation will be Friday from 6 to 8 P.M. at the funeral home. Mr. Bowden was born April 21, 1919 in Linden to Landon Buchanan and Hallie Mae Smith Bowden. He passed away December 1, 2009 at his home in Linden. He was a retired mechanic from Lanier Chevrolet Co., was a member of the Linden Lions Club, and a member of Linden United Methodist Church where he sang in the Mens Choir. Mr. Bowden is survived by three sons, Ronald Lloyd Bowden and wife, Pamela Kay, of Emory, Michael Anthony Bowden and wife, Shirlee, of Franklin, Tennessee, and Curtis Duane Bowden of Arlington; one daughter, Janet Lee McDaniel of Linden; one brother and sister-in-law, Bill and Sondra Bowden of Texarkana, Texas; seven grandchildren, Alex and Miles McDaniel, Ron Bowden, Gina Cooper, Brynne and Zach Bowden, and Stephanie Bowden; one great-grandchild, Carmen Cooper; four sisters-in-law, Jewel Bowden of Linden, Lorraine Lee, Melba McCall and Frances Hess, all of Douglassville; and several special nieces and nephews, plus a host of other family and friends. He was preceded in death by his wife, Faye Lee Bowden, two brothers, Elmer and Travis Bowden, and his parents.

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  1. Theresa and Bowden Family,I am so sorry about your uncle's passing. I wish we could be there with you during this time and with the family. Lots of Love from us both.

  2. Janet and Family,I am so sorry for your loss. I thought so much of your dad – I loved his sense of humor and laugh. I will be praying for you.Stacy

  3. We never had the pleasure of meeting Curtis but with Ron as his son, we know he truly must have had a kind heart and true spirit.Please accept our sympathy and prayers.

  4. Mr. Curtis was a wonderful man and I have many wonderful memories of him from times spent at Lanier Cheverolet.

  5. Although I hardly knew you, I always thought about you. Will see you upstairs when the time comes. One of your lost sons.Love,Paul Stephen (Bowden) Parsley

  6. So sorry to hear about your loss. Curtis was a very special person. I had the chance to visit with him serveral years ago.His mother and my grandfather were brother and sister.I know he will be missed by a lot of people.

  7. Curtis was a very special person I enjoyed talking with him about our family history I had the pleasure of meeting him for the first time about 5 yrs ago was good to find a cousin that I had not known. I will miss him very much…Shirley

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