June 9, 1928 – February 22, 2021
Elaine Louise (Martin) Blower, age 92 of Acushnet passed away on Monday, February 22, 2021 in her residence. She was the wife of the Alan Bower.
Born in New Bedford, a daughter of the late Lionel and Louise (Monette) Martin. Elaine was a resident of Acushnet since 1969. She was a graduate of New Bedford High School and later attended Kinyon-Campbell Business School. Elaine was a secretary at Acushnet Rubber Company for over 28 years. She enjoyed volunteering at the Zeiterion Theatre and the Habitat for Cats. She enjoyed feeding and caring for the feral cats that were in the Industrial Business Park for 20 years. She was also a member of the Golden Senior’s Club and enjoyed attending the theatre.
Elaine is survived by her Godchild, Nancy Macleod of Dartmouth.
Arrangements are in the care of the ROCK FUNERAL HOME, 1285 Ashley Blvd., New Bedford, MA 02745. Burial is Private. To leave a note of condolence: www.rock-funeralhome.com
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February 27, 2021
Elaine was married to my father Alan. I live in Connecticut. I last saw her in April of 2019. We had a great visit. We shared cards, letters and I spoke with her in January. I know she had not been feeling well. She was so good to my children when she and my father came to visit us in Ct. We stayed in their trailer a few times and enjoyed sitting by the fire and enjoying the clam bake my dad made for us. My dad passed away 51 years ago and in the short time they had together I saw such
Happiness in them both. Rest In Peace as you join together again.
With love, Ethel and family
February 27, 2021
I am sorry to hear of the passing of my cousin Elaine. Her mother Louise and my mother Pearle were sisters. Elaine’s parents had a lovely home in Westport and my family spent happy visits there. Elaine and I had many lunches together and she loved eating liver and onions at the Symposium. She was sweet, funny and loved cats more than anyone I ever met. She will be missed.
February 26, 2021
Auntie elaine it's been awhile since I saw you but I have nothing but memories of good times and like auntie sue I also remember camp and you getting me Ice cream a generation later. You may not have been blood but you were just as much a part of our family as meme who I'm sure your smiling down on us now with.you will be loved and missed!
February 23, 2021
We have so many good memories, the one I cherish the most is camping at Ellis Haven, she would bring us to the beach with her all the time and taught me how to swim and give us money to go walk to get ice cream. Aunty Elaine was part of our family, after her husband died she was alone and she was included in all our family holidays and special parties . It makes me smile knowing you are with my Mom again in heaven , we all Love you 💕