OBITUARY

Raymond Bowerman

December 13, 1933April 22, 2021

Raymond Eugene Bowerman, age 87, of Conway, Arkansas, passed away on Thursday, April 22, 2021. He was born on December 13, 1933 in Enid, Oklahoma to Francis Mitchell Bowerman and Millie (Middough) Bowerman.

Raymond was preceded in death by his Daughter, Carolyn Jean Miller; Son, John Henry Bowerman; Father, Francis Mitchell Bowerman; Mother, Millie Bowerman Kindrex; and Siblings, Mae Kahl, Lee Bowerman, Opal Davis, and Freddie Maas.

Raymond is survived by his wife Bobbie S. (Young) Bowerman; Children, Barbara Cabaniss, Raymond L. Bowerman, and Reta Russell (Glenn); Grandchildren, David Miller (Melissa), Corri Tran (Hung), Hannah Staton (Bill Moore), Steven Russell (Keri); Great-Grandchildren, Savannah Miller, Seifer Tran, Genesis Tran, Levi Russell, Maci Russell, and Ryli Russell; Siblings, James Bowerman, Jimmy Bowerman, Francis M. Bowerman, Jr., Walter Kindrex, Jerry Kindrex and numerous extended family and friends.

Visitation will start at 1pm on Tuesday, April 27, 2021 at First Assembly of God Church in Vilonia, Arkansas and the Funeral service will be at 2pm on Tuesday, April 27, 2021 at First Assembly of God Church in Vilonia, Arkansas with Pastor John Wimberly and Pastor Jim King officiating. Burial will follow the service at Beryl Cemetery in Vilonia, Arkansas. Memorials may be given to the missions endeavors at First Assembly of God Church in Vilonia.

Services

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, April 27, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Tuesday, April 27, 2021

  • Burial

    Tuesday, April 27, 2021

Memories

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Diane Casey

April 26, 2021

The memory I recently shared posted my Name as Patricia Casey. To those who know me as Diane Casey I don’t know why it posted with my first name. But it’s me. (Oopsy)

patricia casey

April 26, 2021

Growing up I remember Uncle Raymond being a big jokester. Always picking and laughing. Mary Jane especially loved him. He welcomed Mike into the family from the beginning. They had two main things in common; fishing, and hunting. One night uncle Raymond, Darrel, and Mike took uncle Raymond’s big flat bottom boat to Greers Ferry lake. Mike says it was so wide they could put lawn chairs in it to sit on. He had a styrofoam block that he used to mount a spotlight to shine into the water. He used the light to attract the bait fish which they caught with a cast net. And they used the bait fish to catch the big fish below the light. Mike says they fished all night and caught many fish. It was the biggest lake trout that Mike has ever caught. A good time was had by all! We love you Uncle Raymond.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY