Conner Roy Bowden, a bright light in this world, affectionately known as Monkey or Con-Man, left behind a legacy that will forever be cherished by his loved ones. Born on December 9, 2008, in Ogden, Utah, Conner was a young soul with big dreams and an infectious spirit.
Even at such a tender age, Conner had already shown promising interests and aspirations. He possessed a deep admiration for the sky and hoped to one day become a pilot. At the same time, he found joy in the realm of computer programming, showcasing his curious and versatile nature.
Conner's precious memories are etched in the hearts of all who knew him. A loving son, he never missed a chance to bid his parents goodnight and express his love for them. His fondness for fishing was undeniable; he always had a fishing pole close by, ready to cast it with excitement and anticipation. Conner's inner world truly opened up when music filled the air. As he strummed his guitar for family gatherings, his passion and talent for music shone brightly.
In school, Conner excelled academically. He had recently completed 8th grade at Ogden Preparatory Academy and made his mark as a top-of-the-class student. With consistent A+ grades and commendations for his remarkable abilities, he was often recommended for Honors classes. This accomplishment brought immense pride not only to Conner himself but also to his devoted family.
His personality can only be described as a rich tapestry of attributes—loving, spunky, kind, sarcastic, helpful, passionate,
adventurous, thoughtful, responsible—each thread intertwining flawlessly to form a unique individual who touched the lives of many. Conner's sense of humor was one-of-a-kind—a rarity that brought laughter and joy into countless moments shared with friends and family.
Conner lived life to the fullest through his great love for his siblings and the time that they shared together. Some of his cherished hobbies and interests were: Fishing, more than just a pastime, was a source of tranquility and a reminder of the beauty of nature. The guitar strings resonated with his soul, providing an avenue for personal expression and connection. When it came to sports like soccer and basketball, Conner was always in his element, playing and thriving alongside his friends.
On June 26, 2023, tragedy struck as Conner left this world at the Hyrum Reservoir. His untimely passing leaves an unfillable void in the hearts of those who loved him most. Conner now joins many beloved family members who have passed on before him.
Conner will forever remain alive in the memories of his surviving family and friends. His mother Hannah Savage, father Craig Bowden, stepmom Liz, and siblings Kay, Brandon, Evan, Jocelyn, Kenzie, Joseph, Jasmin, and Brigham will forever carry him in their hearts. Conner's loving grandparents Dennis and Vicki Bowden, Judy and Lee Hunsaker, Shelly Bosteder, along with numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins share in the sorrow of this heartbreaking loss.
Conner Roy Bowden's precious life was an inspiration to all who had the privilege of knowing him. His vibrant spirit and zest for life will be forever etched in our hearts. May we find solace in the memories we shared with him and carry forward his legacy of love and enthusiasm. Rest in peace, dear Conner—you will be deeply missed but never forgotten.
A funeral service will be held at 11:00 AM on Monday, July 3, 2023, at White Pine Funeral Services, 753 S 100 E, Logan, UT. A viewing will be held prior to the service from 9:30 to 10:30 AM. An additional viewing will be held Sunday, July 2, 2023 from 6:00 to 8:00 PM also at the funeral home.
Conner's funeral service may be viewed via Zoom at: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/84489527799