Nancy Elizabeth (Davis) Bowen died unexpectedly in her Spring Hill home residence on Friday May 1, 2015.
Born to Shirleen and Billy Joe Davis, Nancy made her world debut in Nashville TN on February 24, 1957. She was a star in her own right, with a charismatic personality and magnetic heart. Nancy knew no stranger and she dedicated most of her life to her beloved family and her unwavering faith in Heavenly Father. She was a devout member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and found great joy in working with the youth program. She had a passion and natural ability for sports; she played softball for many years. In her early career, she worked as an administrative assistant and nail technician until she found her true purpose in working closely with animals as a Himalayan cat breeder. Nancy adored animals and they quickly became family in her eyes. She married Gerald Bowen in 1978 and she was proud to say they remained married for thirty eight years until her departure. Nancy loved watching movies, meeting new people and, above all, spending time with her loved ones. Her bright eyes and unique laugh will be missed by everyone who knew her.
Nancy is survived by her mother, Shirleen Davis; her husband, Gerald Bowen; their children Scott Bowen, his wife Lori bowen, Tracy Bowen, Beth Bowen, Kimberly Leflouria and her husband Jimmy Leflouria; their grandchildren Riley Bowen, Ryan Bowen, Lainie Naugle, Ethan Naugle, Skyler Leflouria, Lexi Bowen, Braylon Leflouria, and Aniah Leflouria; their great-grandchild Vayl Burch, close family friend Teresa Rector and various aunts, uncles, cousins and close friends who supported her throughout her life. She is preceded in death by her daughter, Chene’ Bowen, and father, Billy Joe Davis.
Details regarding the memorial service to honor this beautiful life include the following:
Saturday May 9, 2015
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
902 E Clark Blvd, Murfreesboro 37130
A special thank you to everyone who has made this time easier with their love and support. Your presence has been felt and continues to be appreciated.
“The spirit and the body shall be reunited again in its perfect form.”