Arlene Bowen

Obituary of Arlene M. Bowen

(Clarendon) Arlene M. (Campbell) Bowen age 84 died July 27, 2020 at Orchard Manor Nursing Home. She was born December 29, 1935 in Ogdensburg, NY a daughter of the late Alfred and Irene (White) Campbell and had lived in this area since 1943. Arlene was a lifetime member of St. Mary’s Church in Holley. She was very artistic, she wrote a book of poems and loved doing ceramics, crafts, sewing, reading, baking, cake decorating; making many wedding cakes for her family. Arlene was a very loving, devoted mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and a friend to everyone. In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her brothers Everett (Letha), Gerald (Edith), Frank; her sister June (John) Rooney. She is survived by her Husband of 66 years, Lewis; her children Charlotte (Gary) Trumble, James (Joy) Bowen, Sherry Williams; grandchildren Shannon (Chuck), Jennifer, Heather, Wendy (Robert), David (Kristin), Amanda (Shane), Joseph (Melinda); 18 great-grandchildren with 1 on the way; brothers Arden (Tina) Campbell, Marie Elphic, John (Kathy) Campbell, William (Kathy) Campbell; brothers and sisters-in-law Norman (Vickie) Bowen, Sam Interlicchia, Harold (Jackie) Bowen, Jane (Wayne) Robinson, Janet Dennis, Debbie Roe as well as many nieces nephews and cousins. The family will receive friends at the Christopher Mitchell Funeral Homes, Inc. 16650 State Rte. 31 Holley, NY 14470 Friday August 14th 4:00pm-7:00pm. Her Mass of Christian Burial will be Saturday at 11:00am at St. Mary’s Church. Please note that all guests entering the funeral home or church, will be required to wear a face mask. Memorials may be made to Alzheimer’s of WNY, 6215 Sheridan Dr. Suite 100, Buffalo NY 14221.

Calling Hours

4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Friday, August 14, 2020
Christopher Mitchell Funeral Home - Holley
16650 State Route 31
Holley, New York, United States
(585) 638-6397

Mass of Christian Burial

11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Saturday, August 15, 2020
St. Mary Roman Catholic Church
11 S. Main St.
Holley, New York, United States
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