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Sarah Christine Bowman Hewlett
March 20, 1937 ~ December 21, 2023 (age 86) 86 Years Old
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Sarah Christine Bowman Hewlett passed away on December 21, 2023 in her home surrounded by family. She was born on March 20, 1937 in Arlington, Virginia. She was preceded in death by her parents, Paul William and Mary Quick Bowman. She is survived by her devoted husband, Robert “Bob” Hewlett; daughter and son-in-law Linda and Jonathan Sitton; son and daughter-in-law Bruce and Melissa Hewlett; grandchildren: Turner Sitton, Kenley Sitton, and Cora Hewlett. A devoted sister-in-law Donna Setzer and numerous nieces and nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews.
Christine received a business degree from Strayer College in Washington, D.C. She worked for the U. S. Department of Agriculture until 1970 when she began her second career as a stay at home mother. When her children were of school age, she worked for Vienna Baptist Church as a secretary for the Mother’s Day Out program. She was also a devoted School Crossing Guard for the the Fairfax County Police Department. She spent countless hours as a volunteer at her children’s schools working in the office. After moving to North Carolina, she devoted many years as a volunteer at the Ronald McDonald House of Greenville. She loved helping others and brought many smiles to the families through the cookies that she made faithfully every week in the kitchen. She collected thousands of can tabs to assist the families at the RMH as well. Though she was proud of all her years of service to her community, nothing made her feel prouder, happier, and more loved than being a wife, mother, and especially a grandmother.
She was a lady of many names: Christine, Chris, Teenie, Aunt Tee, Grandma, and Nanna. She loved to cook, play canasta, bowl, plan celebrations, and engage in conversations with everyone. We will always remember the caring smiles, belly laughs, comforting hugs, surprises, and the love she shared in her heart for others.
The family will receive friends at 717 Jeanette Ct. in Greenville, NC on Friday, December 29 from 5-7pm. Online condolences can be made at www.farmvillefh.com.