Nancy Bowman Death, Obituary – It is with great remorse that we have to notify you that on January 5, 2023, we were forced to attend the funeral of Nancy Bowman, who was born in Richmond, Virginia. It was a very emotional experience for all of us. We are sorry to be the ones to deliver this disappointing news to you. We are deeply sorry to learn of the loss of a loved one. Please accept our condolences. The lovely city of Harrisonburg, which is found in the Commonwealth of Virginia, served as Nancy’s permanent residence. You are more than welcome to write your condolences for the family in the guestbook that has been made accessible specifically for that event, and the family will be sure to read them. The guestbook has been made available just for that occasion.
Her biological parents, Ned R. Albaugh and Vesta Schulz Albaugh, as well as her stepmother, Marjorie Albaugh, as well as her brothers Joe Albaugh and Kaye Murray, and her brother-in-law, Roger, had all passed dead prior to her being born. Her stepfather had also passed away prior to her being born. In addition, her stepbrother Roger had already passed away before she was even born. Marjorie Albaugh, her stepmother, was also a victim of the incident, and she lost her life as a result of it.
Her children, Todd Bowman and his wife Charlotte, as well as her daughter Lauren, as well as her siblings, John Albaugh and his wife Susan, and Robin Wong and her husband Ed, as well as her grandchildren, Grayson Bowman, Genevieve Bowman, Tristan Williams, and Baylen Williams, survive her. Her siblings, John Albaugh and his wife Susan, and Robin Wong and her husband Ed also survive her, along with her grandchildren. Along with her grandchildren, her siblings John Albaugh and his wife Susan, and Robin Wong and her husband Ed, as well as her grandchildren, are also still alive today.
Her brother John Albaugh and his wife Susan, as well as Robin Wong and her husband Ed, as well as her grandkids, are all still with us today. In addition, her grandchildren are still with us today. The family of Nan has requested that in lieu of sending flowers, monetary donations be made to any charity organization of the donor’s choosing, with preference given to organizations that provide aid to the community in where the donor resides.