Julie “Leatie” Bowling

January 12, 1920 - October 7, 2014
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Mrs. Julie “Leatie” Bowling, 94, of Seymour, IN, passed away October 7, 2014, in Salem. She was born in Marydell, KY, on January 12, 1920, the daughter of Tom and Dora (Stewart) Minton. On August 18, 1941, in Scottsburg, IN, she married William Simmie Bowling. Mrs. Bowling was a homemaker. She is survived by herContinue Reading

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Staci Turner~Reynolds left a message on May 16, 2017:
Prayers for your family!! Granny is one of the greatest ladies I have ever known, I loved her dearly. I know that she is rejoicing with Grand dad and many other wonderful people. God be with you all
Sandy Klopfer left a message on May 16, 2017:
Gail, Billie and Jill and families, so sorry for your loss, Aunt Leatie was a kind and loving lady and we loved her very much, I will not be able to come for her service but know you all are in my thoughts and prayers. Love to you all Sandy
Joey Martin left a message on May 16, 2017:
Granny will forever be missed. Nothing can replace the many supper visits for spaghetti, pizza, or chicken and noodles.. Heaven is much sweeter now. Love and Prayers. Joey Martin
Sharon Johnson left a message on October 9, 2014:
In every culture, grieving families appreciate receiving comfort. The Creator of life also gives comfort to such mourning ones. The Christian apostle Paul stated in the Bible, that God "who comforts us in all our trials, so that we may be able to comfort others in any sort of trial." (2 Corinthians 1: 3, 4) True, divine help does not eliminate the pain but it can make it easier to bear. The Bible teaches that all those in the memorial tombs will be resurrected. Please read John 5:28, 29 in your Bible for comfort and hope.
Keith and Sheila Thompson left a message on October 8, 2014:
We loved Sis. Leatie so very much! I am sure she is enjoying all the many splendars of Heaven!
Voss & Sons Funeral & Cremation Services left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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