Ann Marie Bowerson

Resided in Rapid River, MI
Died August 11, 2006

Ann Marie Bowerson, age 52, of 10348 U Pt 4 Lane, Rapid River, MI died Friday afternoon August 11, 2006 at home following a lengthy illness with cancer. Ann was born March 17, 1954 in Mount Clemens, MI the daughter of John and Catherine (Kraft) Cartwright.
Ann was raised in Algonac, MI along with her seven other siblings. She was a 1972 graduate of Algonac High School. She married James Bowerson on August 25, 1979. Ann worked at Clate

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    Uncle Jim, Words cannot express adequately our sorrow at the loss of Aunt Ann. She was so special, not just to us and the rest of our family, but to everyone that had the pleasure of meeting her. She was truly one in a million and will never be forgotten. Her faith was strong and I believe that she is in heaven watching over us all. She is our very own special guardian angel, keeping us safe.
    Isn’t it amazing that her trumpet flowers bloomed after 10 years of trying? What a wonderful sign that even in sorrow we can find joy!

    We love you, Uncle Jim, and are here for you. Please let us know if we can do anything at all for you. God Bless!

    Love, Terri, Dwayne and family

    Terri & Dwayne Deaver
    Woodbridge, VA

    Uncle Jim,

    She was truly an amazing person. She helped a lot of people keep their faith and hope alive, even me. God Bless!

    Benny (the future priest!)
    Woodbridge, VA

    Dear Jim and family,

    The one consolation we all know is that Ann went directly to heaven, along with her beloved doggie, and is no longer in pain. Ann was such a good person, and this world so needs more people like her. It’s hard to let go of someone you love so much even though you know it is best for her. Hold all your precious memories close to your heart(s), and know that she will continue to love you from heaven.

    Lollie and Tony Eskofski
    Rapid River, MI

    Dear Ann,

    I saw the white herse come up the road past the Forest Service as I tended the garden and I knew it was for you. I so much wanted for you to live and be with Jim and your family – to live and declare the works of the Lord.

    I heard the music in my spirit, “I must fly away, Oh Glory! I must fly away!! Then I loved you again and I sang while the heavens rang and my flowers nodded their heads. “Some glad morning when this life is o’re, I shall fly away…”


    Dear Jim and Family,

    My heartfelt sympathy goes out to all of you. May you think of things that are true and noble, right and pure, lovely and admirable. excellent and praiseworthy and may the God of peace be with you.

    Your friend in Jesus,

    Margaret Hagman
    Gladstone, MI

    Dear Family,

    there is appointed time for everything, there is time for every affair in the heavens
    time to be born and time to die, time be joyful and time to mourn.

    Ann Bowerson died with the Lord and she persevered with the Lord. She is the one the Lord looks and says Ann did all these works of love to anyone who came with any request to her and so she always saw Christ with the least and those in need of any kind.

    Fr. Jacek S. Wtyklo
    Rapid River, MI

    I had the pleasure of working with Ann at Walmart and recently caring for her as her nurse. Ann had such a wonderful spirit, even dispite her battle with cancer, she had such a positive outlook. She knew our Lord had a plan for her. Jim, my sympathy is with you in your time off loss. Ann will be greatly missed by all who had the pleasure of meeting her.


    Jaylene Brown
    Wells, MI

    Sorry to hear about Ann. She will be missed.

    Robert Blalock
    Escanaba, MI

    You will always be in our hearts ..and those never ending words of yours.. “Do I have to separate you two???” Just like a mom….we will see each other again…

    Kay Oseen
    Escanaba, MI

    Ann was one of the kindest, loving, non-judgemental women I have ever known. I have learned a lot from Ann in the 5 years I knew her. She always found something good in every person and situation and she was a joy to be with. She had a deep love for Jim and her family and friends. I will miss the phone visits and personal visits I had with her. I always felt lifted after a visit with her. I miss her so much, and I am so sad that I will no longer be able to call or visit her, but I know I will see her again and that she is with her Lord. I can picture Jesus welcoming her with open arms and saying: “Well done, my good and faithful servant.” She truly lived her faith and I believe many will be in Heaven because of her witness. God bless and comfort you all.

    Joanne Chenier
    Gladstone, MI

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