Jeanne Stowe (1933 – 2024)

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Jeanne Stowe

FARMINGTON – Jeanne Stowe died March 30, 2024, at the Pierce House in Farmington, Maine. She was born September 4, 1933, to Mary Ella and Clifford Rounds. Jeanne grew up in Farmington and graduated from Farmington State Teacher’s College.

In 1957 Jeanne married Glenn Stowe. She taught school for a few years before the couple established Farmington Outdoor Power, a business they ran until retirement. Jeanne was a lifelong member of the Old South Church and a longtime volunteer at Franklin Memorial Hospital and the Care & Share Food Closet.

Jeanne is survived by one brother, Charles Rounds of Albion, Maine; three daughters, Annette Tripp and husband Brent, Julie Stowe, and Laurie Stowe, all of Farmington; four grandchildren, Heidi Ward and husband Nat of Warwick, R. I., Kara Bellegarde and husband David of Wilton, Maine, Beck Brownlow of Blue Hill, Maine, and Isla Brownlow and partner Bailey Giles of Hawthorne, N. J., as well as three great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband and by her brother, William.

The family would like to thank the Pierce House for their excellent care at the end of her life.

A celebration of Jeanne’s life will be held April 27, 2024. Please reach out to family for details. Memories may be shared in her Book of Memories at Honored to be caring for the family of Jeanne Stowe is Wiles Remembrance Center of Farmington.

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  1. My sincere condolences to Jeanne’s family. I have missed our lunch dates and long conversations.

  2. My sincere sympathy to Jeanne’s family. For many years we encountered each other at Old South, in Farmington and when our husbands began one of their (long!) enthusiastic conversations. Finally we met again at the Pierce House, where Jeanne’s sweet smile was her response to greetings when we met at mealtimes or group activities. I’m happy that she is once more with loved ones who preceded her.

  3. Annette and Brent – I’m very sorry for your loss. May your Mom rest in peace.

  4. Dear Classmate RIP. Until we meet again. My condolences to all your Family.

  5. My Sympathy and Thoughts to Annette and all of Jeanne`s family. Jeanne was a lovely, kind and sweet woman. I enjoyed
    laughing with Jeanne as we peeled potatoes in the Old South Church kitchen and during our chats in the McDonald`s
    Coffee Group.

  6. Annette, your mother was such a wonderful, kind person, always giving of herself to others. Her love and caring are reflected in your selflessness to others

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