Arlee Kawakami, 79, a resident of Eagle, passed away July 23, 2020 in Eagle.
Arrangements are under the direction of Bowman Funeral Parlor of Garden City.
Every time a sunflower is in view a memory of Arlee will come to mind; So may God allow the sunflowers to bloom everywhere. Arlee may be gone from the eyes but not the minds or hearts of family and friends, nor from God’s lasting memory. Isaiah 26:19, Psalms 37:29
Such a sweet person with the brightest, inquiring eyes. I will miss her. My best wishes to her devoted family at this difficult time. .
Arlee was a rock for me when I got out of the hospital in 1996 and pushed me to work hard. I was so sad to see this today. She will always bring me a smile when I think of her.
I remember her every time I pick raspberries from the the start she gave me years ago. Prayers to Ken and Curt and family. So many memories, She will be missed.
Words cannot express the sorrow I feel in the passing of my friend and mentor. I hope she has found her beloved mountains in heaven. God Bless you Ken!
So sorry to see Arlee passed away. We drove up to Bogus many a time when we were on the ski patrol.
She always had some great stories and was a pleasure to know.
On behalf of the Bogus Basin Ski Patrol we were deeply saddened to hear the news of Arlee’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family. She is a part of our Bogus Basin Ski Patrol legacy and will not be forgotten.
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We offered the least expensive options first. Our goal is to help customers make informed financial decisions at a difficult time.
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