Sula, as everyone called her, touched the lives of so many people in Savannah, always with a kind word if she thought you might be having a bad day. She was a joyful spirit as she fed the multitudes with her soulful cooking.
Sula grew up in the Montgomery Community and lived, for a time in nearby Pin Point, and in New York City.
She was the mother of four sons, Timothy, Marion, Henry and Ralph Bowens; step–daughter, Darlene Haynes Wright and ten grandchildren. Sula leaves three brothers, Solomon
Bonds (Carla), Cyrus Bonds (Juanita), and Anthony Bonds; two sisters, Shirley Bonds Wingster and Lynn Street; nieces and nephews; and a host of cousins and friends.
Visitation will be held Friday, March 15 from 5-6 pm in the Adams Chapel, 510 Stephenson Ave. The Homegoing Celebration for Rebecca “Sula” Bonds Bowens will be Saturday, March 16, 2019 at 11 am at The Temple of Glory Community Church, 1105 Stiles Avenue, Savannah, Georgia. Adams Funeral Services are in charge.