Ronald D. Bowman, 58, of First Ave. Koppel died unexpectedly on Monday, April 8, 2013 at his residence.
Born February 19, 1955 in Rockford, Illinois, he was the son of the late Ronald J. and Jacqueline Rose Bowman.
Ron worked for over 25 years as the safety engineer for Alaron Inc. He graduated from Beaver Falls High School in 1973. He was a member of the IMBS Club in Koppel. He enjoyed fishing and golfing and was a member of the McDowell Golf League.
Survivors include a step son, James Young; two step daughters, Deanna and Darcy Young; sister, Robin Elaine Bowman of Oil City; and brother, Robert (Terri) Bowman of Ellwood City.
He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Randy J. Bowman
Visiting hours will be held from 2-4 and 6-8 on Thursday April 11 at the Marshall Funeral Home 341 Main Street Wampum.
Funeral Services will be held at the funeral home on Friday at 11:00 am with Rev. Michael Coleman of the Edgewood Baptist Church officiating.
Interment will follow in Clinton Cemetery.
Online condolences may be sent to marshallsfh.com.
Our deepest sympathy..thoughts and prayers. Bo will never be forgotten! Sincerly, J Bobby J
In the late sixties into the early seventies there were a group of us that were always together – this included Ron, who to us, was “Bo” or “Bowman”. A lot of time was spent hanging out at the West 11th Street Hill Train Station. Cannot count the number of times the window in the Ticket Office was innocently broken while the guys played touch football in the small grassed area beside the station. We all have very special memories of this time in our lives, and “Bo” will be joining several others of our group who have previously passed. My heartfelt condolences to Ron’s family and friends.
“Bo” was probably the nicest person I have ever met. I knew him in our younger wilder days and feel so very fortunate to have reunited with him in Beaver Falls in May 2010 as I live in California now. It was as if the decades we hadn’t seen each other never existed. I will treasure that night forever. He was such a genuine man and my heart goes out to his family and anyone and everyone that has ever known him. I only wish I had been able to be more a part of his life and spent more time with him, he will be truly missed. God Bless…
Bow was one of my favorite people that I had the pleasure of working with at Alaron Corporation 10 years ago. RIP Bow, you were a genuinely caring, loving man.