Junius Joe Bowman obituary photo
 
In Memory of

Junius Joe Bowman

June 11, 1940 - March 15, 2015

Obituary


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For my Beloved husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather, great great grandfather, great great great grandfather, brother and brother in-law
To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven
Ecclesiastes 3:1

Junius J Bowman born on 6/11/1940 in New Iberia, La, preceded in death his parent Earl and Thelma Bowman his two sisters Mary White Turner and Barbara, three brothers Raymond, Carrol and Jerry and daughter Tyretha Jones and one special god daughter Josie Bullard, brother-in-law, Willie and John Adams, Julius...

Home going services

For my Beloved husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather, great great grandfather, great great great grandfather, brother and brother in-law
To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven
Ecclesiastes 3:1

Junius J Bowman born on 6/11/1940 in New Iberia, La, preceded in death his parent Earl and Thelma Bowman his two sisters Mary White Turner and Barbara, three brothers Raymond, Carrol and Jerry and daughter Tyretha Jones and one special god daughter Josie Bullard, brother-in-law, Willie and John Adams, Julius Jonier, Kenzie Hunter, Earl Sharphed, Larry Booker

Time to Plant
Junius J Bowman he attended early years in school in New Iberia, LA, he migrate to-Belle Glade, Florida in the year of 1960.
In year of 1971 he was baptize in the Church of Christ in Hurlock, Maryland under the leadership of Dwayne Castill. Junius and Louise united in marriage in the year of 1972 he became a devoted husband and father to her children. He was employed in 1973 with Aduda & Company, Atlantic Sugar Mill, USS Sugar until his retirement from Okeelanta Sugar Corp.in the year of 2002, he attended the "New Golden Heights Church of Christ" faithfully under the leadership of Dr. W.F. Washington from 2004 until 2012 he redicated his life to Christ, and continue until his health prevented his attendance, he also became a long time father foster to 240 foster kids and a devoted foster child (Rasheed Brown) thru the early years of 1980's until 2009.

A Time to Mourn

He leave to mourn a devoted wife, Louise A. Bowman 4 son, Charles Edward, Charles Willie, Joseph(Tara) and Joe Willie all of Niagara Falls, New York 1 daughter Linda D Woods-Green of Fort Lauderdale and a god daughter Donna M. Holden, 40 grandchildren (50) great grandchildren (51) great great grand 3 great great great grand, 4 brother and 1 Sister, Larry White of Lafayette, LA, Leroy White (Louise) of Shreveport, LA, Gus White(Donna) of Lowell MA, and Robert White(Marcella)of New Iberia, LA. Ruth and (Danny) Gregoire of Dayton, Texas.

Sister in-law, Marie Joiner of Hollandale, MS, Betty J. hunter of Belle Glade, FL., Barbara Shave of Orlando, FL., Minnie Stoke(Benny) of Evansville, IN., Dorothy Bell of, Wellington FL, Eva Lee Sharphed and Aretha Simmond(Odell), Mary Neil Adams and Barbara Mayfield of Niagara Falls NY, Peggy Roger(Carl) of Sanford FL, Katherine Booker, of Tallahassee, FL, Linda F. Adams of Atlantic GA, brother-in-law Lonzine Adams of Sarasota, FL, John Herny Booker and Eddie Lee Booker of Niagara Falls, NY, and a host of nieces, nephews and a close friend Mckinesy Chatman and Stan






YOU ARE OUR FATHER

We will not look at this as a goodbye

We will not allow the sorrow of this

Event to destroy us

We will embrace what you have taught

us through the year and carry that with us



You have not died, you will forever

be a part of our life

and through us you will forever live

We are proud to have had you in our life

We hope to instill your charm, your

good nature and your charisma.


You have raised us to the best of

yours ability, for that we want

to thank you.


Thank you for being kind, thank you

for being stronger than you know
and most of all, thank you for loving us.


You have inspired us to live life to

the fullest, and never back down

We will not be taken over by anger

And frustration of your loss

Instead, we will remember the days

When we was young and you were

our hero.

We will see you in our dreams

There you will forever be healthy and

strong

In time, we hope to embrace your freedom

Freedom from the pain and freedom

from the weight of your illness.

Sorrow is certain, but we will face this

with the same courage you did, because

we are you, and you are our Father

Always your children,

Diane, Charles W, Charles P, Joseph J & Joe Willie


Reflection of a loving husband
Our Father, Our Friend
My Dad.
The day "You" came into our lives
it was a sweet Surprise,
you brighten our smiles and
love was in our Mother's Eyes.
And through the years we understood
the meaning of sweat and tears,
with hard working hands
we got to explore different
worlds and other lands.
As we got grown we went out
On our own, leaving you "Papa Clyde"
And Mama at home. And thru the years
you stood proud and strong
Our Dad, Our Papa was No rolling stone.
He took care of his for 46 years, with
LOVE, SWEAT & TEARS.
And then, our "Big Papa Clyde" got tired.
The doctor and specialist searched and
looked but could not see
a cure that wasn't meant to be.
So God whispered and said,
"COME TO ME" with tears in our eyes
We watched and prayed but in our hearts
That dreadful day. We said our good byes
As you slip away, hoping and praying for another day!
Now there is one footprint
In the sand, when there were
two you should understand,
So hold on to God unchanging
and, Be patient with LOVE
and let GOD show you his plan
always your loving son NuNu (Charles P)