Bowden and Freeland

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Bowden and Freeland - Death Claims c rank L. Bowden Frank L. Bowden,...
Death Claims c rank L. Bowden Frank L. Bowden, 59, of 107 South Staffon street, well-known Ludington contractor, died at 11:55 p. m. Friday at Paulina Stearns hospital following an illness illness of two years. Mr. Bowden and his sons Don and Glen, who have been associated associated with their, father in business, have constructed many of the homes in Ludington, business places and several cottages at Epworth Epworth Heights and othe,r sections '<>f the county Since their father's illness the two sons have conducted the business of Frank L. Bowden & Sons, Contractors. Born in Mason county Jan. 8, 1894, Mr. Bowden had lived here all of his life with the exception of two years when he resided in Flint and three years at St. Mary's lake. He was the son of the late Fred and Elizabeth Bo'-den. Mr. Bowden served in the armed forces during World war I with the 13th Cavalry division in Texas on the Mexican border. He attended attended officers' training school at Camp MacArthur in Waco, Texas. He was married in 1919 in Flint to Miss Loraine Bell Freeland, who survives. Also surviving are three sons, Don and Glen of Ludington and Ned of Midland; three brothers, James of Flint, George of Battle Creek and Harvey of Bay City; two sisters, Mrs. William Nickelsen Nickelsen of Manistee and Mrs. Flossie Mertz of Elsinore, Calif., and six grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a brother Charles and a sister Elizabeth. Friends may begin calling at Butler-Herbert funeral home this evening. Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. Monday from the chapel with burial 'in Lakeview cemetery. it be to of

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  1. The Ludington Daily News,
  2. 29 Aug 1953, Sat,
  3. Page 1

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