Condolences for Lorna Kay Bowman

Kimberly Quinn (Lewis) posted on 5/31/20

Lorna lived behind us in Holly Springs, NC when I was pregnant with my daughter Alec in 2001. She took care of Alec for me while I was at work from the Age of 9 months until Lorna moved to Indiana 6 years ago. Alec is now 18. Lorna was a huge influence on Alec and was a dear friend to myself. We miss her terribly.

 

Carol Kubik posted on 5/26/20

Lorna is I know is with your parents Bob and free from what she endured. She is smiling again. God bless you for the care and love you gave. My prayers are with you and your family.

 

Brenda and Larry Jones posted on 5/20/20

We remember Lorna’s beautiful smile, her genuine laugh and her sometimes “whacky” sense of humor! We will keep in our hearts treasured memories of wonderful visits around preparing and enjoying delicious meals, fun trips to the mountains and to the beach, and casual gatherings on our porches. We met Lorna in 2005 when we lived in the same neighborhood—we are blessed to have had the gift of her friendship. May she now rest in God’s love and peace—our condolences to her family.

 

Ann Mahrdt posted on 5/17/20

Doone ( my nickname for Lorna) and I met on the College #17 bus, headed downtown to work for the bank. We lived just a couple of blocks apart and started running together. In 1983, we went to Europe. What a blast! She was always so much fun to be with, a smart gal, organized and beautiful ❤

 

 

Debi and Dudley Mays posted on 5/16/20

Lorna was always a favorite cousin. She was always up for an adventure and full of laughs and love. We’ll miss you cuz.

 

Chris & Steve Fetters posted on 5/16/20

Lorna was our neighbor when we lived in Cary, NC. I will always remember Lorna’s smile and the fun times we had together. She even came over and taught me how to bake her famous chocolate chip oatmeal cookies. I always admired her sense of style and her beautifully decorated home. She was a gem and will be greatly missed!

 

 

Michael Nagle and Family posted on 5/16/20

Our deepest sympathies and prayers.

 

Billue Sue Amos posted on 5/15/20

I miss you. I cherish our outings, camping, socializing, laughs, girl time with friends. I'm grateful for you being in my life. i love you I love you.