On Tuesday, June 14, 2022, Brian Scott Bowden, 57, pἀssed away in his bed at home with his kids at his side. He was the son of Kenneth and Sharon (Miller) Bowden and was born in Lincoln, Nebraska.
He is survived by his mother Sharon, his two children Ciera (Abe VanderLaan) and Brian (Rebecca), his stepmother Pam Bowden, his brother Forrest (Lisa), and a large number of cherished relatives and friends.
Father Kenneth Bowden, brother Fred Bowden, mother-in-law Joyce Schank, and a number of adored cousins predeceased him. Brian was a loving person and a great father. His children were everything to him. He loved the Nebraska Corn Huskers because he was from Nebraska.
He also adored the Boston Red Sox and the Green Bay Packers. Horror movies were Brian’s favorite genre. He was nice and funny, and he adored everyone he encountered. His children will make a later announcement regarding a celebration of life party.
Please visit www.MichiganCremation.com to express your condolences to the family, sign Brian’s online guest book, or share a special memory. Michigan Cremation & Funeral Care, located in Grand Rapids, can be reached at (616) 452-3006. Visit the Sympathy Store to purchase trees to be planted in memory. For more details see the post below…
Brian Bowden Cause of Deἀth
Unexpectedly, Brian Bowden pἀssed away. At the time of publication, the details of his deἀth had not been made public. We kindly ask that you give the family the necessary and appropriate time to prepare and grieve together at this time.
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As we grieve alongside family and friends for this significant loss, words can’t adequately express our sorrow for your loss. We were deeply saddened to learn of the pἀssing of this young being. Accept our sympathies, and may God comfort you via our prayers. Kindly accept our sincere sympathies.
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