Delores (Bowen) Muller (1950 - 2018)

  • "Family remember her caring for all those around her. ..."
    - Anderson Edwards

Delores (Bowen) Muller, 67, lost her battle with cancer and died peacefully January 4th, 2018 surrounded by her closest family. Preceded by her parents, and brothers Clarence Jr. and Samuel. She is survived by her devoted husband Ralf, daughter Linda Bowen (spouse Tracey), brother Rudolph Bowen, sister Ethel Williams, and many loving nieces, nephews and cousins. Delores was born July, 11, 1950 in Ormond Beach, the youngest daughter to Clarence and Lurine Bowen. A graduate of Campbell High School, she proudly served our country in the United States Air Force for 23 yrs. and holds the distinguished honor of being the 1st African-American female to serve on the Thunderbird Team. Upon retirement from service as a MSgt, Delores remained in Germany and lived there for 14yrs where she had met the love of her life Ralf, who she enjoyed for 28yrs. Having lived in Port Orange, FL the past 20 yrs, Delores was a former competitive bodybuilder and biker babe. She was a stunning force to be reckoned with, always turning heads with her gift for style and elegance. She was a vibrant, brilliant woman full of love who enjoyed life completely and lived it on her own terms. Her captivating personality and unrivaled ability to tell stories earned her countless friends and associates who fully appreciated her spirit for life. Family will be receiving friends and loved ones Saturday, January 13 from 4-7pm for a formal viewing. Where, the family invites you to celebrate her life by visiting and sharing memories. In lieu of a reception, ample refreshments will be served at this time. A memorial service will be held immediately after viewing at 7pm at Pinello Funeral Home, 1036 Derbyshire Rd., Daytona Beach. 386-252-7777.


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Published in Daytona Beach News-Journal on Jan. 11, 2018