Noramary Neville Stowe died October 11, 1990 in a Boise, Idaho hospital following a stroke brought on by a bee sting.
Born September 8, 1910 in Denver, Colorado to John Joseph Neville and Jane Lynch Neville. She learned to play tennis on the family's private tennis court in Salt Lake City. She was a student and graduate of St. Mary's of the Wasatch in Salt Lake, a member of Pi Phi Sorority, she graduated with honors form U.C. L.A. In 1936, she married Harwood L. Stowe, M.D., (who preceded her in death) and lived 28 years in Twin Falls, Idaho, before moving to Northern California, where she has lived for the past 26 years. While in Idaho, she was a member of the Medical Auxiliary and a noted artist. She continued with her art until her death.For the past 14 years, she has been a staff member in the Charismatic movement at Holy Redeemer Center in Oakland.
Survived by sons, William and his wife, Mui, of Kuna, Idaho; Michael and his wife, Bobbi, of Davis, Calif.; and daughter, Mrs. Christy Chapman and her husband Robert, Boise, Idaho; eight grandchildren. Her surviving brothers are; Douglas of Twin Falls, Idaho; Bill of Boise; and James and Robert of Salt Lake City. She was preceded in death by brothers, Charles and John.
A memorial service was held in Twin Falls, Idaho, at St. Edward's Church. Memorials may be sent to the Holy Redeemer Center, P.O. Box 5427, Oakland, Calif. 94605.
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