Beulazell (Bea)  Bowles


Beulazell (Bea) Bowles passed from this life on August 23, 2019, at the age of 88 years. Bea was born to J. I. and Bonnie Stephens in Loco, Oklahoma on July 5, 1931. She was a graduate of Comanche High School. There she met and married Mickey Lawrence Bowles on August 1, 1950.

Mickey and Bea were residents of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Fort Worth, Texas and Edmond, Oklahoma. Bea was also a resident of Prairie House Assisted Living, in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, shortly before her passing.

Mickey and Bea had two sons; Mickey S. Bowles and Lawrence P. Bowles.

Bea was preceded in death by her husband, Mickey in 2012. They were married 62 years. She was also preceded in death by her son, Mickey S. Bowles in 2015 and great-granddaughter, Avery Grace in 2018.

She is survived by Lawrence P. Bowles and wife, Cathy of Fort Gibson, Oklahoma, Patti Bowles of Fort Worth, Texas, five grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren.

There will be a public viewing for Bea on Tuesday, August 27th from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM at Matthews Funeral Home, 601 S. Kelly Ave., Edmond, Oklahoma.

A family graveside service will be held on Wednesday, August 28th at 11:00 AM at Fairlawn Cemetery in Comanche, Oklahoma.

In lieu of flowers, the family request any memorial donations be made to Oklahoma Christian University.
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Steve and Donna
Aug 28, 2019
Our Love and sincere condolences to you Larry, and the rest of the family. We are so sorry we cannot attend the services today. You are in our prayers. We know this is a difficult time. Praying for you for strength and the Lord's comfort during this time.
Love, Steve and Donna
Bill Humphries
Aug 28, 2019
I was a classmate of Michey and we rode bus togather at Comanche High. After our 1st or2nd year we went to work the wheat harvest in WEST Texas for His uncle. Mickey drove Tractor pulling Combine that I operated. This during World War2 and all abled bodied men was off to war. i lost contact with but he was very bright young man I am sure he contributed a lot to society.