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1961 PHEOBIA 2014


July 24, 1961 — November 3, 2014

Pheobia L. Boman, age 53, of Whitley City, Kentucky  passed away Monday, November 3, 2014, at the Pioneer Community Hospital in Oneida, Tennessee.

Funeral services will be held Friday, November 7, 2014, at 2p.m. in the chapel of Pine Knot Funeral Home with Rev. Danny Staley and Bro. Eddie Miller officiating.  Burial will be at the Bethel Cemetery in Pine Knot.  The family will receive friends Thursday evening after 6:00 at the funeral home. 

Pheobia was born in Jellico, Tennessee, on July 24, 1961, to the late James Melvin and Dora Ida Mae (Morgan) Boman.  Besides her parents, she is preceded in death by brothers; Kenneth Eugene Boman, William Ray Boman and wife Ora, and James Larry Bowman, sister Bonita Rose Swartz, and brother-in-law Cecil Strunk.

Surviving family include sisters; Sylvia Cloda Strunk of Cincinnati, Ohio, Patsy Ross, Lenoir City, Tennessee, Nancy Kay (and Teddy) Ball, Stearns, and Kathelene Hamlin of Stearns, brother David Cecil Bowman, Mt. Orb, Ohio sister-in-law Hettie Bowman, Smithtown, Kentucky, and brother-in-law Clem Swartz of McAllen, Texas. 

Pheobia loved her nieces and nephews more than anything. They are; Sharon Whitehead, Rosie Roberts, Randall Dewayne Bowman, Kenneth Bowman, Scott Bowman, Robin Redmond, Penny Damrell, Brian Bowman, Sarah King, Mark Bowman, Karen Covert, Debbie Metzmeier, Ronnie Strunk, Loretta Bowman, Betty Bowman, Freddie Bowman, Jerry Bowman, Billy Ray Bowman, Jimmy Bowman, Bruce Bowman, Janet Bowman, Lisa Roberts, Nanette Thomas, David Bowman, Jr., Dora Johnson, James Swartz, Jr., Felicite Jane Stephens, Tedessa Thompson, Jennifer Stogsdill, Lucas Hamlin, Jacob Hamlin and many great nieces and nephews that meant the world to her.

Pheobia was retired from Dr. Winchester, Patton and Burgess’s office as a billing and insurance clerk.  She was a member of the Flat Rock Missionary Baptist Church.  She had been a piano teacher, choir and music director and minister of music at Stearns First Baptist Church.  She sang for recitals and special events.  Music and her nieces and nephews was her main love in life.  She taught all the family who wanted to learn about music.  Pheobia was a beloved friend to many and a special sister that was the cornerstone of the family.  She was all things to all people and will be truly missed by all who knew and loved her.

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