Michigan Funeral Home Announces Services for Bowers Family

Funeral Services to Be Held Friday for Mother and Infant Daughter

Whose Missionary Plane Was Shot Down by Peruvian Air Force



Apr 25, 2001, 01:00 ET from Plan4ever.com

    MUSKEGON, Mich., April 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Sytsema Funeral Home announced
 today that services for Veronica (Roni) Bowers and her infant daughter,
 Charity, will be held on Friday, April 27th at 7 p.m. at the Calvary Church in
 Fruitport, Michigan.  Bowers and her seven-month-old daughter were tragically
 killed last Friday when their plane was mistaken for a drug trafficker's and
 shot down by the Peruvian Air Force.  Sytsema Funeral Home is handling all
 arrangements for the Bowers family.
     "We are deeply saddened at the loss of Veronica Bowers and her infant
 daughter, Charity, and are doing everything in our power to assist the family
 during this difficult time," said John Sytsema of Sytsema Funeral Home.
     Complete service and visitation information is available on the funeral
 home's web site located at http://Sytsema1.plan4ever.com or directly from the
 online obituary placed by Sytsema located at
 http://obits.plan4ever.com/RoniBowers.  The family has requested that
 donations be made to the Association of Baptists for World Evangelism and may
 be made through the online obituary at Plan4ever.com.
     Bowers, along with her husband Jim who survived the crash, had been a
 missionary in Peru for the past five years.  Their son, Cory, and the pilot of
 the plane, Kevin Donaldson, also survived the crash and are now in the United
 States.
 
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    MUSKEGON, Mich., April 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Sytsema Funeral Home announced
 today that services for Veronica (Roni) Bowers and her infant daughter,
 Charity, will be held on Friday, April 27th at 7 p.m. at the Calvary Church in
 Fruitport, Michigan.  Bowers and her seven-month-old daughter were tragically
 killed last Friday when their plane was mistaken for a drug trafficker's and
 shot down by the Peruvian Air Force.  Sytsema Funeral Home is handling all
 arrangements for the Bowers family.
     "We are deeply saddened at the loss of Veronica Bowers and her infant
 daughter, Charity, and are doing everything in our power to assist the family
 during this difficult time," said John Sytsema of Sytsema Funeral Home.
     Complete service and visitation information is available on the funeral
 home's web site located at http://Sytsema1.plan4ever.com or directly from the
 online obituary placed by Sytsema located at
 http://obits.plan4ever.com/RoniBowers.  The family has requested that
 donations be made to the Association of Baptists for World Evangelism and may
 be made through the online obituary at Plan4ever.com.
     Bowers, along with her husband Jim who survived the crash, had been a
 missionary in Peru for the past five years.  Their son, Cory, and the pilot of
 the plane, Kevin Donaldson, also survived the crash and are now in the United
 States.
 
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