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Betty J. Bowman (nee Truesdell)

Published On: Oct 24 2013 12:27:48 PM CDT

MIDDLETON- Betty J. Bowman (nee Truesdell), age 94 of Madison, entered into eternal rest on October 22, 2013.

Previously of Wausau, Euclid, OH and Cleveland, OH, she was the former wife of the late James C. Bowman of Florida and Ohio. Loving and beloved mother of Barbara (Tim) Weiss of Middleton and Bonnie (Ray) Whited of Hyannis, Mass.; two grandchildren, Jennifer Duket (nee Kittredge) of Red Granite and John Kittredge of Madison; 4 great-grandchildren, Michael, Krystal, Matthew, and Timothy; one great-great grandson, Connor; 3 nieces and nephews and several great nieces and nephews.

Betty was a past president of the Sowinski School PTA in Cleveland, OH, an active member of the women’s auxiliary of Boy Scout Troop 144 in Euclid, OH, and more recently, a volunteer in the pharmaceutical department of Wausau Hospital in Wausau.

Arrangements are being held through Gunderson West Funeral Home in Middleton. Services and inurnment will be private.

She will be forever missed and never forgotten.

Your kind remembrances may be made to the charity of your choice with the family’s sincere appreciation.

The family wishes to extend a special note of thanks to the staff of St. Mary’s Care Center for their infinite kindness and support.

Gunderson West Funeral and Cremation Care
7435 University Ave.

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