of North Little Rock, AR
February 7, 1939 - March 27, 2021
Sonja Vivian Bowling, age 82, of North Little Rock, passed away March 27, 2021.She was born February 7, 1939, in Hardy, Arkansas. She was preceded in death by her parents, Evelyn Bowling and William T. Bowling, who served as an Arkansas State Trooper from 1942-1948. Sonja was a member of Park Hill Christian Church.She is survived by her cousin, Jack Bowling of Aberdeen, North Carolina.Funeral services will be Wednesday, March 31, at 10:00 a.m. at Roller-Owens Funeral Home, 5509 JFK Blvd, North Little Rock.Interment will follow at 3:00 p.m. at Hardy Cemetery.All attendees are required to provide and wear a mask.
I was blessed to be among many of Miss Sonjas caregivers. Listening to her family stories and the way she so loved pictures of Hardy that I would look up for her on my phone . My heart smiles this morning knowing she's back home. And has reunited with her parents whom she adored. She will be missed and never forgotten.
Our sympathies to Sonya's family. She was such a sweet soul and we used to visit frequently at church. My son mowed her yard for a time, so many fun stories. She will be missed!Karen and Shannon Keathley
Our sympathies to Sonya's family. She was a special member of our congregation and we enjoyed having her attend church with us.
Sorry for your loss praying for you
Sorry for your loss praying for you Jack and Mary Elizabeth
Assisted Care for Seniors has cared for Sonja since Jan 2014. Sonja was and always will be very special to us. All the caregivers that cared for Sonya just loved her like she was family and she will be missed by all. We all know that she is in Heaven with her Father and Mother, that she loved more than anything in the World. Our thoughts and prayers are with Sonja and her family.
I grew up in the house next door to the Bowlings as a child & have very fond memories of all 3 of them. I used to "help" feed Mr. Bowling's hunting dogs & traveled to Hardy with them on several occasions. The very first time I ever hand pumped spring water was in Hardy & I thought it was the coolest thing ever! (I might've been 5 or 6 at the time. Rest in Peace, Sweet Sonja. I'll always remember.