Mary Louise Bowles

A Memorial Service for Mary Louise Bowles, will be held, Saturday, May 15, 1 p.m., at Pateros City Park. Any family or friends welcome to attend.

Mary Louise Bowles
Mary was the youngest of 10 siblings (5 girls, 5 boys) where she grew up in Pateros, Washingrton with her family. Mary was the daughter of L’Wayne Bowles and Florence Norene.
She grew up packing apples and raising horses (which she loved) Mary was married once until she then married the man of her life, Larry Farley. They grew up together since they were kids in Pateros. Later in life they got married (8-27-88) they had their first girl (1-23-91), Kelsey Sue. Shortly after they had their little boy Dylan Dean (9-07-92). Mary and her husband raised their kids in Rock Island, Washington, then shortly after moved to East Wenatchee, Washington where they bought their dream home.
Mary was extremely active in sports growing up. Playing basketball she got MVP (even though she was the shortest), volleyball, track where she did hurdles, ASB, FHA, Pep Club, Pom Pom girls, raising animals, she did it all!
Later in life she started her own business at Rocky Reach Dam called Lu Lu’s Cafe which she ran with her kids and other help. Mary later moved on and worked at the cafeteria at Eastmont High School where everyone LOVED her.
Years and years later, Mary remarried to Jesse Liebman from NYC. (8-6-16) They bought a house together in Quincy, Washington and had four dogs. She then became an in home care worker for the elderly. Pretty soon Mary became Gam Gam to her first grandchild, Ava Jo, by daughter Kelsey and her fiance Joshua. Then came her other grandbabies, Daxtyn, Brynzlee, and Skylah by her son Dylan.
Mary was an amazing person in everyone’s life she was a part of, and they knew that. She was definitely the life of the party and left an impact on everyone that crossed her path. She lives on by being an amazing Gam Gam, Mom, Wife, Friend, Sister, and the list goes on..

God saw you getting tired.
When a cure was not to be.
So He wrapped His arms around you,
and whispered, “Come unto me.”
You didn’t deserve what you went through.
And so He gave you rest.
God’s garden must be beautiful,
He only takes the best.
So when I saw you sleeping,
So peaceful and free from pain.
I could not wish you to come back,
to suffer all that again.

R.I.P Mom, I Love You

A Memorial Service will be held, Saturday, May 15, 1 p.m., at Pateros City Park. Any family or friends welcome to attend.

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