Linda Ann Bowers

Linda Ann Bowers, 69, of Shawnee, KS, passed away Wednesday, January 9th, at her home.  Linda was born August 7th, 1949 in Kansas City, Missouri. She graduated from Shawnee Mission North High School. She worked for Montgomery Ward and Sprint in her early work years and then worked for DeSoto USD 232 and retired in 2015. Linda was involved in many volunteer organizations during her lifetime including Volunteers in Prisons and the Gracious Promise Foundation. She was the President of the Kansas City Polymer Clay Guild and also a member of the Friends of Johnson County Community College Performing Arts Center, and the Nelson Atkins Museum of Art. She is survived by her brothers, Charlie Bowers and wife Lyn; David Bowers and wife Mary; beloved nephew Eric Bowers, and beloved nieces Karen Bowers and Jennifer Bowers.

 

Memorial Services

 

A celebration of Linda’s life will be from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday, January 19th at Hampshire Square Clubhouse, 13000 W. 67th Street, Shawnee, KS, 66216.

 

Contributions

 

The family suggests memorial contributions be made to Hillcrest Christian ELC (Early Learning Center), put Linda Bowers in the memo line and mail checks to 11411 S. Quivira Rd, Overland Park, KS, 66210 .


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Posted in Kansas City Obituaries, Obituaries | on Monday, Jan. 14th 2019 | 9 Comments »

9 Comments on “Linda Ann Bowers”

  1. Daniel Sherwood Says:

    Shocked and saddened by Linda’s recent passing. She was such a good friend to our family. David and family, our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  2. Dayle Doroshow Says:

    I treasure my time with Linda when she came to France to participate in my weeklong workshop there. We had many lovely conversation and she was a very special person. I will truly miss her. I always felt she would make it back to France again- we talked alot about that! My thoughts are with all her family and fiends. xo

  3. Roxanne Biller Says:

    Sorry to hear of Linda’s passing, I worked with her at Sprint. She was a special lady. Thoughts and prayers go out to her family.

  4. christy watson Says:

    Linda was a good friend in my years at Sprint. She loved her family very much. Remember the good times! She will be missed! Thoughts and prayers for all of you.

  5. Holly Heath Says:

    Hello I had the pleasure of working with Linda at Sprint.i even invited her to come to my house in California. It was nice meeting her in person, she shared many stories with me of her lovely nieces from the days they were born. Always remember she was very proud of the ladies you became. Sorry foryour loss. She will be missed! Hugs to your family and friends

  6. Barb Ortmeier Says:

    I’m sorry to hear about Linda. I worked with Linda at Sprint and we had good times working together. Our thoughts and prayers are with you!

  7. Jenife Borders Lefort Says:

    Linda and my cousin Barbara taught me how to make a proper salad when I was about 12. Will never forget how funny that was. And we also went to see the Osmonds in concert at Municipal Auditorium – I had some great times with Barbara and Linda. So sorry for your loss.

  8. Carol Simmons Says:

    I can’t put into words how much I will miss Linda in my polymer clay workshops. She was a wonderful, happy, loving human being. Her smile lit up my classes. Rest in peace, Linda!

  9. Joan McCallum Says:

    Linda is my cousin on my mom’s side (Bowers). We were shocked and saddened to hear of her loss. I spent many vacations in Kansas City as a child with her, and she visited my family in Wisconsin and was her usual generous, happy self. I will miss her greatly and am sorry the loss of her immediate family David, Charlie and their families. God Bless and sympathies to you all.

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