Condolence & Memory Journal

I would like to express my condolences to Marion and Jeff's sons Brian and Tim. it was my pleasure and honor to have been a caregiver in their
home we had many interesting conversations on many topics. while I was a guest in their home.

Posted by patti difonzo - Acquaintance   March 01, 2021

To Marion, Brian ,Louisa, Ken, Tim, Chris and Greg, and of course to all family and friends. We send our heartfelt condolences to you on the passing of Jeff, a very wonderful man.

Jeff

A family man through and through.
A faithful hear so pure,
Filled with curiosity and wonder.
Laughter and a smile to melt a heart.
Always kind, and so very smart.

With a balanced mind, you helped put a torn world, to right.
Clever and kind in equal measure.
To all you know , a national treasure.

Your legacy is planted, it is rooted in love and pride.
In the hearts of your brilliant people, you leave for awhile.

So lovely Jeff, we celebrate your love and an amazing life.
As you reunite with loved ones gone before.
Whom we feel near.
Never far, always there!

To Marion and all the Bowe family holding you in our thoughts and prayer.

Love from,
The Moore Family

Posted by The Moore Family - Friend   February 18, 2021

Forever laughing forever remembered forever loved

Posted by Mary and peter cargill - Melrose, MA - Family Friend   February 16, 2021

Our sincerest condolences to your family. May Jeffrey Rest In Peace

Posted by Ellen Cunniffe - Melrose, MA - Family Friend   February 15, 2021

It was a joy and privilege to know Jeff Bowe and all his family. Betty and my mother were friends from growing up in NYC. This connection allowed me to know Betty and Jeff and eventually. the wonderful Bowe children. My condolences to the family. I remember him and all the family fondly.

Posted by Andrew Langkopf - Norwood, MA - Friend   February 08, 2021

The Eire Society of Boston is sorry about your loss. We can all proudly and confidently say Jeffrey's life was a life worth living. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.

Posted by Barbara Fitzgerald - Milton, MA - Friend   February 08, 2021

Wayne and I have fond memories of Mr. Bowe. All of the Bowe children baby sat for our son Mark at one time or another. When we moved from Geneva Road to Stratford Road we were neighbors again when he and Marion lived a few houses down from us. We'd exchange dog stories when I'd be out walking our dog.

Posted by Judy Allen - Stoneham, MA - Neighbor   February 08, 2021

In the years we knew him Jeff was a joy to be near. We found his humor and humble way something to treasure and are enriched for having known him. Our thoughts and prayers to his wonderful family.

Posted by Beth, Bob LaRosa - Waltham, MA - Family   February 07, 2021

Marion,Brian,Louisa,Kenneth,Tim,Chris,Greg and the entire Bowe family:The Pyke family express our sincere sympathy on the passing of your dear husband and father.We knew Jeff very well through our visits to Melrose on so many occasions since the early '80's and indeed those visits he made with Betty,and later with Marion to Cork.So many happy memories of a very special person,kind and generous,always engaging,on so many topics.His special affection for Ireland and our culture,as was part of many chats we enjoyed.A privilege to have known him so well.A person so accomplished,yet unassuming is such a rare trait.A life so abundantly lived,he shared his knowledge and skills with so many others.
May he rest in peace.
We also express our belated sympathy to you all on the death of your dear sister Liz.Sincere sympathy to Jim,Aidain,Andie,Ruairi and Devin.Regretably our first opportunity to say this.

Posted by Tom Pyke - Cork,Ireland - Family   February 07, 2021

Sending my sincere condolences to the Bowe family. May he rest in eternal peace Stephanie Fahy

Posted by Stephanie Fahy - Richmond Hill, GA - Family Friend   February 07, 2021

I first met Uncle Jeff when I was 5 years old. I remember looking at him and thinking why did my Aunt bring him to our home. For Aunt Betty he was a keeper.

When I moved to Boston I lived with the Bowes. I was always impressed with Uncle Jeff's intelligence and his love of my favorite Aunt Betty and his children.

Through the years the Bowe and Limpert families shared wonderful times.

"Unc" I will miss you and our thought provoking conversations.

Posted by Betty Ann Limpert - Newton, MA - Family   February 07, 2021

Tim Elaine and the entire Bowe family
The Giordano family would like to express our sincere sympathy to all of the Bowe family although we never had the honor of meeting Jeff, we do know Tim and to us seems to portray so many of his dads savy for knowledge and kindness to all peopleRIP Jeff

Posted by Carole Giordano - Wakefield, MA - Friend   February 06, 2021

In the Valley of the Kings, Luxor.

Posted by Carole R - MA - Friend   February 06, 2021

David and I were fortunate enough to know Jeff through Elaine, Tim, and Becca. Jeff was an easy conversationalist, sharing his knowledge on a myriad of topics. His progressive ideas and his energy belied his age. Mostly, Jeff was a kind and loving man who's first interest was his family. We feel very grateful to have known him and will miss his smile very much.

Posted by Carole R - MA - Friend   February 06, 2021