Winslow, Me- Paul C. Bowen, 73, passed away unexpectedly on Friday, Sept. 17, 2021. He was the beloved husband of Johnna Bowen (Butler). They had recently celebrated 28 years of marriage. Born in Waterville, to Asher and Claudia (Perry) Bowen, he graduated from Lawrence High School in Fairfield and then worked at Keyes Fibre for over 13 years as a welder while starting up his own business. He owned and operated Paul’s Auto Repair and worked as a mechanic. He worked side by side with his son Robert at Paul and Son Garage and Sales for many years before retiring 3 years ago. He lived in Winslow for nearly 20 years. Paul loved eating breakfast everyday with friends at the Purple Cow. He also loved spending time with family at their camp on Sheepscot Lake. He spent most of his time hunting and motorcycling. He enjoyed boating and vacationing on Campobello Island at their summer home as well as traveling in their R.V. to the Fryeburg fair every year possible, staying for the entire fair. Paul really enjoyed watching westerns. He frequently enjoyed trips to Young’s Lobster Pound in Belfast. He spent every Friday night having couples dinners with friends. He loved family time and built his grandchildren a very special tree cabin that they made many memories in and will always cherish. He is survived by his wife and best friend, Johnna, a daughter Cindy Nelson and her husband Mark, a son Robert Bowen and his wife Kim, stepdaughter Jillian Jolicoeur and husband Richard, stepson Benjamin Bolduc and significant other Annalee Morris, and stepson Christopher Bolduc and wife JoAnn.. He is also survived by his siblings Edward Bowen, William Bowen and wife Gwen, Ruth Watson and husband Gerald, many nieces and nephews, and a special niece Jennifer Hohenboken and husband Matt. He leaves behind many grandchildren: Courtney and husband Jon, Nicole, Danielle, Christopher, Derek, Vivianne, Meygan, Rori, Aubrey, and Ashton. He was predeceased by his sister Barbie Bowen, brother David Bowen, and his parents Claudia and Asher Bowen. We would like to thank everyone for all the support you have shown our family during this difficult time. There will be a private celebration of life for close, immediate family as these were Paul’s wishes for how we celebrate him.