Corinne G. (Bowden) Rowberry
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Rowberry, Corinne G. (nee Bowden), fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church on Sun., Nov. 23, 2008. Beloved wife of Erwin E. Rowberry; loving mother of Mark (Jan), Gary (Tina Cook), Steve (Silvia) Rowberry, Cindy (Tom) Ulrich, Pam (Dan) Telle, and Carole (Jim) Guffey; dear grandmother of 20, dearest great-grandmother of 18, and friend to many. Services: The Stygar Family of Funeral Service is caring for the Rowberry family at the STYGAR FLORISSANT CHAPEL, 13980 New Halls Ferry Rd., where services will begin on Wednesday at 9 a.m., then proceed to Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church for 10 a.m. Mass. Interment private. VISITATION TUESDAY 3-8PM. www.stygar.com



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Published in St. Louis Post-Dispatch on Nov. 24, 2008.
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November 25, 2008
My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
Tricia Goerke
November 25, 2008
Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
Wally McDuffey and family
November 25, 2008
Dear Pam and family,

What a shock it was to hear about your loss ... words don't come close to expressing how sorry we are. Please know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers ... hoping that your memories can provide you with some comfort. Although, we didn't know your mom very well Pam, we know you ... and thus are certain that she was someone very special!!
Talk to her often as you go through this and enjoy the butterflies which will show up at the most opportune times !!!

With our sincerest sympathy and love,
Bob, Kathy, Erin, & Shannon Kuhn
KATHY KUHN
November 25, 2008
Dear Carole and Family:
I am so sorry for the loss of your mother, a good woman indeed. I’ve spent the past two days with flashbacks of days gone by and it occurs to me that I had interaction with your Mom almost every day of my childhood from age 6 to 15. Every school morning I would walk the block from my house at the corner of Shepley to your house at the corner of Hobkirk where your Mom would be making a hot breakfast for Carole, usually French toast w/ powder sugar or sometimes just cinnamon toast, but always finished with the mandatory Shaklee vitamins chased down by the Shaklee protein drink. And depending on Carole's compliance, this routine would sometimes make us late for school and then Mrs. Rowberry would drive us:). I know there is a heaven and people like Mrs. Rowberry are there right now. I am blessed to have had her in my childhood. God bless her and may her goodness & love of family be passed down for generations to come.
Lisa Kramer (Smith)
November 25, 2008
Mom,
I am so happy to have spent your last day with you. We enjoyed those Hallmark happy endings, didn't we. Cindy and I were hoping to get better at fixing your hair. We didn't get much practice. I know you feel free without your oxygen now and you can move freely about. We will take care of Dad for you, he sure misses you. Someday you and him will be together again. We will all miss you but we know that you are better off where you are. I hope you are proud of all of us. Watch us from heaven and make sure we are doing the right thing. I almost forgot, we will try to take care of your garden. (I won't let anyone dig up any of your bulbs.) Every time a flower blooms we will think of you. I love you Mommy and I sure miss you.
Pammy
Pam Telle
November 24, 2008
Our condolences to all of you on the loss of Cory. I do believe her & mom are now up in heaven, once again being Canasta partners! May her legacy live on thru your fond memories of a wife, mother, grandmother & great grandmother.
Sue (Heck) & Bernie DuClos
Sue Heck DuClos
November 24, 2008
THE ROWBERRY(BOWDEN)FAMILY,
Expressing sympathy is always difficult, but all we can say is how sorry we are. May time and love bring you peace.
DAVE AND BONNIE Mclean
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