Sherren Lyn Bowan

September 28, 1950 - August 05, 2023

Service: Friday, August 11, 2023, 11 am; Devlin Funeral Home of Cranberry

Sherren Lyn Bowan
Age 72, of Adams Twp., passed away on Saturday August 5, 2023 at her home. Born on September 28, 1950, daughter of the late Donald “Red” and Mary Lou Smith. Loving Mom of Richard (Lori), Nicole (Matthew) Hutchinson and Daniel Bowan; Grandma of Ashley, Sara, Sage, Soleil, Luca, and Julianna; Sister of Linda (Mark) Denhard, Maryl (John) Hill, and the late Jeffrey Smith.
Preceded in death by her first Husband Richard Fay.

She enjoyed her career in real estate. She was also an avid sports fan and enjoyed cheering her grandchildren at their various sporting events. When not attending her grandchildren’s games she was sure to be watching either the Steelers or Penn State football games

A Blessing Service will be held Friday at 11 am at Devlin Funeral Home of Cranberry, 2678 Rochester Road, Cranberry Twp., officiated by Rev. Jim Wehner. Interment will follow at Lakewood Memorial Gardens.

In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to Make a Wish Foundation.

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  • Todd Sherrett

    I’m so sad to hear of my cousin Sherren’s passing. When my family came to visit, she drove us kids to the pool in the afternoon.

    Recently, I was very glad to see her at my father’s funeral at Arlington a few years ago.

  • Thel sherrett

    Sorry to hear of Sherren passing. It’s been nine years since most of us were together at Arlington. When the family is spread over 4 time zones it’s hard to keep in touch, but memories are always there. I’m the last of the Evans family and don’t drive any more so I will not join you on Friday. My thoughts will be with all of you, especially Sherren at this time. May she rest in peace. Love to all of you. Thel

  • Janet

    I will always be grateful to have had you in my life. From early on, there are so many beautiful memories… lots of laughter… the talks…shared inner feelings about our lives. And sweet, young Nicole babysitting our kids (God bless you Nicole💕)
    Sherren you were a very courageous, strong woman who handled life’s circumstances with grace.
    Please know that your life mattered…you were important…and you were deeply loved. Rest in peace my friend.

  • Maura Counahan

    Sherren has been a dear friend of mine for 40 years. We met through our boys yearly football careers and remained friends. I would visit her in Annapolis, and was so excited for her to move back to Pittsburgh. We reconnected along with our other girlfriends and picked up where we left off. Gone to soon my dear friend, you are loved and will be missed Rest in Peace Love you❤️

  • Sarah Luong

    Sherren was a beautiful person, she was vibrant, kind, funny, and loving. She was a wonderful friend to our family and was always supportive. I will always remember her laugh. Rest in peace and all my love to Sherren’s family during this time. She loved each one of you and shared that proudly.

  • Dan Early

    We are sorry to hear about Sherren passing. We all knew at Long & Foster that her family was first, may her energy and spirit carry you all forward. We have missed her at the office.

  • Julia Graham

    I will miss you Sherren your love for your family, children and grandchildren was the most important to you! No matter what was going on your love was constant! I will miss you my friend! Rest in Peace and comfort,
    you have a great family that loves you! Your friend, Julia


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