Angela Bowen
Angela Bowen
Angela Bowen
Angela Bowen

Obituary of Angela Bowen

Angela Bowen, born in 1955, passed away peacefully in her home, surrounded by her loving family, on April 17, 2024.



Angela was the beloved wife of Milton Leroy Bowen Ill for 45 years and a devoted mother to Takiyah Dumas and Milton Bowen. Angela is survived by her son-in-law, Casey Randolph, and daughter-in-law, Kristin Bowen, whom she loved as her own children. She now joins her cherished daughter, Katrina Bowen, in eternal peace. Angela's family meant everything to her, and she gave her all to ensure they knew they were loved. Angela is also survived by her loving siblings, Deana, Cheryl, and Humphrey. The bond they shared was a source of strength and comfort throughout her life.



Known for her vibrant spirit and infectious sense of humor, Angela was truly the life of the party. Her laughter could lift any room, and her kind heart made her a friend to all. Whether she was dancing the night away or sharing a funny story, Angela's joyful presence was always a highlight of any gathering.

Angela's dedication to her community was unparalleled!

She took great joy in planning vendor events that brought people together and supported local businesses. She also devoted her time and energy to her daughters' school, assisting in the planning of annual plays and talent shows that showcased the students' talents and brought smiles to everyone in attendance. Angela was also an avid supporter of her son's sporting endeavors, attending all of his games with enthusiasm and pride. Her unwavering support was a constant source of motivation for him. Her involvement in the Diamonds and Pearls community service group reflected her commitment to making the world a better place. Angela worked tirelessly alongside other group members to uplift those in need and create a more compassionate community. More recently, Angela cherished spending as much time as she could with her four grandchildren, Alexis, Cailin, Haley, and Kaia. Whether she was watching dance competitions, hearing about their sports achievements, or happily losing card games, Angela loved watching her grandchildren play and laugh together. Their joy was her joy, and she was their greatest cheerleader.

In her passing, Angela leaves behind a legacy of love, kindness, and unforgettable moments. Though her time with us has come to an end, her memory will live on in the hearts of all who were lucky enough to know her. Rest in peace, Angela Bowen, knowing that you brought immense joy to so many.



Family and friends will celebrate the life of Angela privately.



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