Amelia Bowser of Cordova, Md , passed away peacefully at Talbot Hospice on Friday, August 5, 2022, at the age of 92.
She was born on June 27, 1930, in Bainbridge, Georgia, daughter of the late Perry and Pauline Breedlove.
Amelia attended public schools in Apopka Florida before starting her life in Maryland. She worked for Ray Jones Oyster House where she was pictured on the cover of the Tidewater Times, Eskay Chicken Factory, Black and Decker, as well as working for the Pretzler Family, Coins Family, Galloway Family, and the Dabney Family. She attended and was a member of Union Baptist Church until she was unable to attend. She enjoyed many things like fishing, dancing, spending time with her friends playing cards, Bingo, most of all she loved traveling and being with her family.
In addition to her parents, Amelia was preceded in death by her husband, Maurice Bowser Sr, son, Reginald Keith Bowser, six sisters, Inez, Dora Mae, Dorothy, Geraldine, Loretha, and Sheila, and three brothers, Roosevelt, Junior, and Earl Breedlove.
Amelia leaves to cherish her memory; one daughter, Priscilla Cook of Greensboro, Md.; two sons, Maurice Bowser Jr of Easton, Md., and Kirk (Javana) Bowser of Royal Oak, Md.; two sisters, Magnolia Breedlove, and Retha (Daniel) Preston-Johnson of Apopka, Fl., three sister in-laws, Florence Wilson of Cordova, Md., Theona Hall of Cambridge, Md., and Gloria(John) Keeling of Queenstown, Md.; three brother in-laws, Daniel Foreman of Easton, Md., Grant Price, Jr., of Cordova, Md., and Charles Samuel(Gail) Price of Harrisburg, Pa., twelve grandchildren, Mark (Tiffany) Harris of Bowie, Md., Jeffrey Harris of Cambridge, Md., Bonta Cook of Rochester, NY., Jordan Cook of Easton, Md., Maria Bowser of Denton, Md., Keaira Handy of Easton, Md., Kendra Bowser of Denton, Md., Anthony Potter of Annapolis, Md., Kirtreese Bowser of Grasonville, Md., Kirshay Bowser of Decatur, Ga., Kysheia Anderson of Easton Md., and William Thomas of Easton md., twenty-three great-grandchildren, two devoted caregivers, Carolyn Brooks of Royal Oak, Md., and Diann Williams of Easton, Md., and a host of other nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives, and friends.