With loving arms of compassion the Majestic Funeral Home Family is consoling the heartbroken loved ones of Mrs. Eula Mae Bowen as they prepare to take a journey that no family wishes to take. Mrs. Bowen closed the curtains of life Friday morning at North Chase Rehabilitation Center in Wilmington, NC.
The “Dash” between Mrs. Eula’s year of birth and year of leaving this world will be honored on Thursday at 12noon at Pleasant Union Missionary Baptist Church in Riegelwood, NC. Between the hours of 11am and 12noon, Mrs. Bowen will lie in repose for those who wish to spend moments with her prior to the Celebratory Events. Following the Order of Divine Worship in the sanctuary, Mrs. Bowen’s delicate temple along with her cherished relatives will be escorted to the Canetuck Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery in Currie, NC. for Interment Rites. Although it will be a major adjustment for Mr. Bowen and the adored children with Mrs. Eula no longer being present to enjoy precious moments, all can find comfort realizing she is sitting at the Welcome Table with all of the saints that have gone on before her, beholding the Master’s Glory as she receives her golden keys and her crown of righteousness.
Eula’s legacy will be forever cherished by: her daughter: Phyllis Bowen of Leland, NC; her son: Perry Lee Bowen Jr. (Nicky) of Hampton, Va.; nine grandchildren; seventeen great-grandchildren; four sisters; four brothers; two aunts; two uncles; two special friends: Jannie Bowen and Goldie (Peggy) Slade and a host of nieces, nephews and many other relatives and friends.
Guests are being received at 11015 Old Lake Rd., Riegelwood, where they will also assemble in preparation for the Majestic Ebony Motorcade.
The Compassionate Professionals of Majestic Funeral Home are serving the Bowen and connected families with uncompromising dignity.