Sybil J. Bozeman

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    - David Gabler
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Funeral services for Sybil Jean Bozeman of Conroe, TX will be held on Monday, July 16, 2012 at 12:00 P.M. in The Chapel at Conroe Funeral Directors with the Rev. Paul Curtis officiating. Interment will follow in Parker Cemetery in Grapeland, TX. at 3:30 P.M. The Viewing will be held on Sunday, July 15, 2012 from 4:00 P.M. until 8:00 P.M. at the funeral home.

Mrs. Bozeman was born on May 15, 1928 in Ratcliff, TX to Louis and Gladys Veal and passed away peacefully on July 10, 2012. She was preceded in death by her sister, Erma Lee Walker; husband, Doyle Bozeman; daughter, Delores Bates; daughter, Donna Kennemer; grandson, Michael Franks; great granddaughter, Whitney Cole and great grandson, Seth Cole. Mrs. Bozeman is survived by her loving family: brother, Larry Veal and wife, Judy of Jasper, Tx; daughter, Linda McCollum and husband, Alan of Conroe; son, Jerry Cole and wife, Dianne of Ratcliff, Tx; grandsons, Keith Cole, Ronnie Cole and Kenny Cole; granddaughters, Sarah McCollum, Amy McCollum, Kristina McCollum, Kimberly Burrran, Stacy Bates and Deidra Franks; 20 great grandchildren and 5 great-great grandchildren; numerous dear relatives and friends also survive. God blessed the world with a very special lady. Sybil loved everyone she met, gave everyone a smile, and was always ready to help. She raised children, two of which passed away before her. She often said that a parent wasn't supposed to outlive her children. Every night after reading her Bible, she would pray for each of her children and all of her friends or family that she knew who were suffering. She was strong in her walk with God, and consulted with Him before and during every struggle. She offered guidance through this life to any of the children or grandchildren that asked for help, but she wouldn't try to push her beliefs on them. She knew they had to live their lives and make choices, good or bad. Sybil loved her friends and had many. She liked to visit the Friendship Center and play dominos or cards and had been known to enjoy a trip to the casino now and then. Sybil liked to go fishing and would sit for hours to catch a catfish. She broke her hip on February 10th and from the beginning her only goal was to get back home to her dog Buffy and to her friends at the "Center." During her healing and rehab, it seemed there were just too many attacks on her 84 year old body for her to overcome and she received her reward on July 10th. "I Love You a Bushel and a Peck and a Hug Around the Neck"


Published on from July 12 to July 25, 2012