Faye Cowie Rowe

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In New Haven, March 10, 2003, Faye Cowie Rowe, 74, of 103 Clinton Ave., wife of the late Reginald S. Rowe. Born in Toronto, Canada, July 26, 1928 she was a licensed practical nurse and retired from the Masonic Health Care Center after 22 years of service. She was a member of Trinity Episcopal Church on the Green where she was active in the ladies groups and served on the Board of Directors of the Trinity Church Home. Mrs. Rowe is survived by a daughter, Elizabeth Dunkel and her husband Conrad of New Haven, two sons, Richard R. Rowe and his wife Linda of New Haven and David S. Rowe and his wife Charlene of Meriden, sisters, Sherry Adams Preston of Peterborough, Ontario, Carole Adams of Hiawatha, Ontario, brothers; Edward Adams of Marathon Key, FL, Alexander, Charles and Harold Adams all of Hiawatha, Ontario and grandchildren, Jessica and Brian Rowe and Maxmillian Dunkel all of New Haven. She was predeceased by a sister, Rena Whetung. Funeral service at Trinity Church on the Green, New Haven, Saturday, March 15 at 10:15 A.M. Friends may call at BEECHER & BENNETT, 2300 WHITNEY AVE., HAMDEN, Friday from 4 - 8 P.M. Memorial contributions may be sent to the Trinity Church -on-the-Green Memorial Fund, 129 Church St., Suite 705, New Haven, CT 06510.

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  1. Charlene and David, May God bless you both during this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers will be with you. Lynn and Roland

  2. Charlene and David, Our sympathy during your loss of your loved one. Our prayers are with you during this difficult time. Carrie and LeRoy

  3. Dave and Charlene, We extend our deepest sympathy to you and to all your family. Remember that there is no death, but instead a new state of existence more glorious and lasting than ours lives here. May she always remain sweet in your memory. Fondly, Chris, Chuck and Diane

  4. Dave, Charlene and family: Yvonne and I are so sorry for your loss. May you all have peace knowing your Mom is resting in peace in a better place. With our Love Virginia

  5. I would talk with her as she unloaded her groceries. She seemed to be a lovely person and I\’m sorry she is gone. There is only one mother. I will be sure to remember her.

  6. We were so sorry to hear from Mary Ann Stroup that Faye had passed away. She was the dearest, sweetest woman, and we will miss her.

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