Bowen Darrell Borgman

Bowen Darrell Borgman
Bowen Darrell Borgman

Bowen Darrell Borgman, 40, of Amarillo, TX died Monday, May 16, 2022.

A Come-and-Go Celebration of Life will be at 2:00 to 4:00 p.m., Saturday, June 11, 2022, at Westview Christian Church, 6810 Hillside Rd, Amarillo, TX 79109.

Bowen was born November 12, 1981, in Amarillo, Texas to James and Marsha Borgman of Dumas, Texas.  The first few years of his life were spent in Dumas, Texas where many people helped Bo gain strength and grow into an amazing boy.

Bo and family later moved to Amarillo, Texas where he attended Gene Howe Elementary, Bonham Junior High and then graduated from Amarillo High School. Along the way he had many wonderful helpers, teachers, and friends.

He was a cut-up, loved to put together puzzles, eat hamburgers and run-run rings with a Dr. Pepper, watch football (especially the Cowboys). He loved red, baseball caps, anything Texas, and so much more. He brought so much joy to his family and many others with his great sense of humor and orneriness.

He was preceded in death by his father James Borgman.

Survivors include his mother Marsha Borgman, of Amarillo, TX; brother Brooks Borgman and wife Laury of Carter, OK; sister DeDee Hudspeth and husband James of Dumas, TX; sister Kami Baldwin and husband Kelly of Amarillo, TX; and his many nieces and nephews.



12 Replies to “Bowen Darrell Borgman”

  1. We have sweet memories of Bo and his sense of humor from our days at Gene Howe with him! Our son Jacob was a classmate in Mrs. Mac’s class. We send our prayers for strength in the coming days for those Bo left behind. Until you meet again, may God bless you all!

  2. I’m so sorry I miss that kid has a mine very long time I miss him a lot and he was a good friend of mine from high school and junior high and Gwen hell elementary

  3. Marsha, so sorry to hear of your loss. Bo was a character and a sweet guy. He will be missed. Thoughts and Prayers for you, family and all who knew and loved him.

  4. Marsha, so sorry to hear of your loss. Bo was a character and a sweet guy. He will be missed. Prayers for you, family and all who knew and loved him.

  5. I cannot believe Bo was in his 40s but I guess so since I have been gone from Dumas 20 years when Tom went to Heaven. and you longer than that. II didn’t know you are a widow now yourself. remember o well, Marsha all of the helpers you had from the Nazarene Church in Dumas. So sad, how that membership has dwindled to just a few. I keep in very close contact with Lou Packebush even though I am not able to travel any longer since moving to Stillwater, Oklahoma r to be closer to family again. Mine has grown up, married, had children who are grown and now Beth and Kelly are grandparents but oh, what fun! Grieve-as-you must, not-as-others are telling you is right, wrong or indifferent. Cling tightly to our Lord’s unfailing and unchanging hand, He will never fail you.

  6. Marsha
    Many prayers and good thoughts being sent your way. Remember there are many treasured memories with Bo. Sending huggs.
    Nancy Jones Compton

  7. Marsha,
    Sending prayers your way. Helping Bo was a true joy and I would not have done otherwise. He grew into a handsome young man. I was happy to learn of his sense of humor. May God bless you and your family.
    Brenda Whaley

  8. Marsha, my prayers are with you & the family. I never got to meet Bo but felt like I knew him thru you. What a blessing he was to so many & now he is with our Lord & Savior. I love you dear friend.

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