Jackie Lea Bowen
January 9, 1942 ~ April 1, 2014
ARLINGTON -- Jackie Lea Bowen, 72, passed away Tuesday, April 1, 2014 in Arlington. Graveside Service: 11 a.m. Thursday at Hawkins Cemetery, Arlington. Wade Family Funeral Home Arlington, 817-274-9233
Linda and Lea Anne, our condolences in the loss of your Mother and a classmate of the Class of 1960 of Southeast High School, Kansas City, MO…a very special “girl”, lady and Mother. Only time and your faith will lighten your now heavy hearts.
To Cliff, Linda, Lea Anne, and family- our deepest condolences on the loss of a very special lady. We will greatly miss Jackie’s warm and caring heart. Our family is praying that the Lord will bring you strength, comfort and hope in this difficult time. We have our memories and will always consider ourselves blessed to have known her.
Rich, Donna, Leanna & Gloria Conrad
Dear Linda and Lea Anne,
You know my heart is with you. I loved your mom so much. She was a lifetime friend. Please tell Grandpa Wright — he has my love and prayers. How I miss her already.
Dear Linda, Lea Ann and families – We are so sorry about Jackie – she was a fun cousin who had a wonderful sense of humor – I always loved getting her notes, she was so funny. She loved hearing about my latest ‘furry children’ as she called them (my hamsters). She will be greatly missed – now she is out of pain and enjoying her reward. Our prayers will continue for you and your families.
~Bob and Bette (Conrad) Buchheit – St. Louis
I was sad to hear of Jackie’s passing.
I remember her coming to visit as a teenager. She was funny and very mischievous. I can remember her sitting on mom’s bed making prank phone calls to random people she found in the phone book. We laughed and laughed; I thought she was so beautiful! My daughter was named after three Jackie’s . . . the first was my cousin.
Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers.
We have felt sympathy for Jackie’s suffering and have been encouraged by the care and love of her family. My cousin is now pain free and in a glorious place. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family during this time.
Linda and family, LeaAnn, Bryson and Cliffie, I know your hearts are saddened but at the same time gladdened by what you know Jackie is experiencing right now. The days ahead will be so hard to adjust to but know the Lord will help you to do it. Jackie was always so special and always remembered her “Aunties” and Wanda and I loved her very much and she loved us. When she was a little girl visiting Grandpa Mobley, one day she came running into the house with his dog “Arkie” (a dog he had gotten in Arkansas) and cried out, “Grandpa, Barkie arked” meaning Arkie barked! It was so funny, we all laughed so hard. Jackie was such a joy to all who knew her and so loved. May you find the comfort you need now as you think of her whole, happy, healthy and at peace.