Deb Bowen

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Deb Bowen of Marietta, Georgia passed away on Friday, March 2, 2018. Deb was born in Macon on March 29, 1957 to the late Ralph and Mary Bowen of Pinehurst, Georgia. She was a graduate of Fullington Academy and Andrew College. As evidenced by everyone who knew her, Deb lived life to the fullest and loved to make people laugh. She also believed that we should all pay it forward. Deb also had a passion for working with the senior community. She was a well respected Tiffany stained glass lamp artist, Audubon Society member, and avid fly fisher. Deb is survived by her life partner Robbie Dimon, her niece and Mini-Me, Michelle Bowen Cross, of Marietta, her brother Rodney Bowen (Marylan) of Pinehurst and nephew Brad of Atlanta, and her brother Andy Bowen (Kim) and niece Brooke of Cartersville. A Celebration of Life service will be held on March 29, 2018 from 2 to 4:30 p.m. at Georgia Funeral Care 4671 South Main Street, Acworth, GA 30101. Donations may be made in memory of Deb to Georgia Women Flyfishers, c/o Jacquelyne Binninger, 174 Townview Drive, Alpharetta, GA 30189 or to the Alzheimers Association.  

8 Comments To "Deb Bowen"

Lisa Rabren On Mar 29 2018 at 1pm
I only met Deb a little over a year ago while finding a place for my 91 year old mom to go a couple days a week. Deb was such a bright star and my husband and I took an immediate liking to her. She was caring to all their residents and I appreciated that so much. Wish I'd been able to know her longer as she was obviously a special person. For her loved ones I extend my heartfelt condolences. Reply to this comment
Jackie Binninger On Mar 29 2018 at 1pm
Deb was such a wonderful teacher and mentor for everyone in Georgia Women Fly Fishers. She always taught me something new every time I met her. She will be missed but surely not forgotten. Reply to this comment
Lisa On Mar 29 2018 at 1pm
I met Deb about 1.5 years ago while looking for my 91 yr. old mom to go a couple of days a week. My husband and I liked Deb instantly. She was just a fun, authentic person who had a love for the elderly and it showed. Deb even came in on a Sunday morning to give a sermon/devotional and sing hymnals on her day off to make sure my mom had a service! How sweet is that! I'm so sad to hear of her passing as I've thought of her often since she was out sick. I had no clue how seriously sick she was. I pray she's singing with the angels now. Reply to this comment
Janice Sloan On Mar 29 2018 at 1pm
I met Deb while she worked at Autumn Leaves. She always had a smile on her face, and truly cared about others. Condolences to her family. She will be missed by many. Reply to this comment
Jennifer Gilbert On Mar 27 2018 at 2pm
Deb was such a amazing fly fisher and an wonderful educator. She will be greatly missed. Reply to this comment
Robbie On Mar 16 2018 at 12pm
I carry so much of you in my heart and I will continue to love you for all of eternity. I will do my best to be the person you will always be proud of. I will keep you alive with the love and compassion you have for others. Reply to this comment
Shirley Weller On Aug 28 2018 at 9am
Robbie. I have just found this information about Debbie. I am shocked. Give me a call please. 770-565-4936.
Sheila On Mar 16 2018 at 12pm
So very sorry to hear that Ms. Deb pass. My your loving memories of Deb help you all cope with your feelings. There hope according to God word, please look at what God promise. (Revelation 21:3,4) Reply to this comment
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