Sarah Ethel Evans Bowler Knudsen

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Sarah Ethel Evans Bowler Knudsen was released from this life on January 6, 2021. She was freed from her aged body and joined her family and friends in a joyous reunion. Sarah "Peggy" was born June 18th, 1932 in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Edward William and Mary Elizabeth Larson Evans. She was the 10th of 14 children. Sarah was raised in Salt Lake City, Utah and married Samuel Cutler Bowler on 12th October 1949 in Elko Nevada. Sarah and Sam moved to McGill, Nevada where they raised their 3 Sons, Bruce (Merri Ann) Bowler, Brent (Jennifer) Bowler, and Brad (Maralee) Bowler. Sarah was married to Sam for 32 years until his passing in Nov 1980. Sarah later married Frederick "Bill" Knudsen of Morehead, Iowa in 1987. They were married for 18 years until Bill's passing. Sarah became a bookkeeper and had many jobs, the latest were Goodman Tidball, Hotel Nevada, University of Montana Bozeman, and Flying J in Salt Lake City Utah. Sarah enjoyed softball, bowling and won some tournaments at the State Level. Sarah loved music, reading, poetry, picnics, root beer floats and fun. She loved getting together with family and friends and enjoyed getting out and driving. She used to say, "Lets get in the car and go for an adventure!" Sarah served in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in many capacities. She was a Stake Sunday School coordinator, visiting teacher, primary teacher, cub scout leader, librarian, and Gospel Doctrine teacher. Sarah was sealed to her husband Sam Bowler and their three sons in the Salt Lake Temple. She is survived by her 3 sons, step-son, Donald, 18 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren and many, many nieces and nephews. Sarah was preceded in death by her husband's, Sam and Bill, 2 step-sons, Jack and Samuel and step-daughter, Gwen, parents and siblings. She will be laid to rest next to her husband, Samuel. A graveside service will be held on Jan 16, 2021 at 10:00 am, at the Centerville City Cemetery, 650 East 400 South, Centerville, Utah 84014.

In lieu of flowers please donate to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Humanitarian Fund in her name.


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Sarah Ethel Evans Bowler Knudsen


Kathryn Pettit

17 janvier , 2021

Peg was married to my grandfather, Samuel Bowler. They had a great love for each other. I spent several summers at their home in McGill, Nevada. Grandpa taught me to play pool and Peg taught me about her love for Jesus. She devoted her whole life to service and love to others. I always thought of her as a second mom, as she was my mother's age. She was so fun to be around. I couldn't wait to see her. I love her and will miss her so much!

Pat McReavy

13 janvier , 2021

Aunt Sarah was a joy to be with and I have a lifetime of many fond and loving memories of her.

She loved her family with her whole heart and I’m hoping you will feel her loving embrace and go forward with the faith that she treasured and live the life she wanted for each of you.

Marissa Bowler

10 janvier , 2021

This was taken in 2002 in may 31st on my graduation day

Andy McVicars

9 janvier , 2021

Our thoughts and prayers to you and the Family, Both of your parents were great people

Maralee Bowler

8 janvier , 2021

Mom was the best when it came to helping our family and others! She would have given the shirt off of her own back if needed. We loved her and she will be missed!