BOWMAN - A Mass of Christian burial for Harold L. "Red" Bowman Jr., 87, of Smith Street in Dannemora, who passed away Saturday, June 29, 2013, at his home, was celebrated at 9 a.m. Wednesday, July 3, at St. Joseph's Church in Dannemora. The Mass was celebrated by Rev. Donald Kramberg, Pastor. The organist was Mary Ann Lawliss. The pall was placed by granddaughters, Megan and Kaitlyn Bowman. The Crucifix was placed by T. J. Trombley. The Rosary was placed by Brynn Filion. The reader and eulogist was Ashley Bowman. The offertory gifts were presented by Stacey Roberts and T.J. Trombley. The pall bearers were Jason Favaro, Tim Trombley, Kyle Bowman, Matt Roberts, T.J. Trombley, and Jack Lashway. Interment followed in the parish cemetery, where Rev. Kramberg read committal prayers and military honors were accorded by the U.S. Navy. Arrangements were entrusted to the Brown Funeral Home, 29 Broad St. in Plattsburgh. (518) 561-3980. Online condolences and memorial candles may be offered at www.brownfuneralhomeinc.com.
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