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Bobbie Fay Bozman Foreman

By Staff, 10/21/20 9:18 AM

Bobbie Fay Bozman Foreman, 81, of Forney, Texas, formerly of Prescott, Arkansas, was born August 27, 1939, in Prescott, to the late Elizabeth Zachary and Theodore Bozeman. 

She accepted Christ at an early age at St. Luke Church in Prescott.  She later joined Munn’s Chapel, under the pastoral leadership of Rev. N.E Jones. She attended McRae School in Prescott. She was never a stranger to hard work. She did domestic work for a number of years before working for Potlatch, where she retired after over 20 years of service.

Bobbie was married to the late Donald Foreman and unto this union one child was born, Michelle. After retiring, Bobbie moved to Texas to be with her. In 2012 Bobbie had a massive heart attack and flatlined. She fought and recovered well enough to travel and live her best life. She made trips to Vegas, Florida and other places. Michelle gave her an 81st Birthday Party to remember this past August. All the family showed up. Mrs. Bobbie was so happy to be with her family.

Mrs. Bobbie was a person whose presence alone brought about a smile, while at the same time demanded respect. She spoke her mind and what came up, never failed to come out. Mrs. Bobbie stood firm on her beliefs. She was a person who loved everyone, especially her grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and her nieces and nephews. She loved to spend time with them.

Bobbie is preceded in death by her husband, Donald Foreman; parents, Elizabeth Zachary and Theodore Bozman; five siblings: Ruth Mae Bozman, Leonard Jefferson Bozman, Leotis Bozman, Robert Junior Bozman and daughter Bobbie Jean Greene.

She leaves behind her loving daughter, Michelle Dixon (Johnny) of Forney, Texas; two grandchildren: TeCorian “Corey” Dixon of Garland, Texas and TeKayla “Kayla” Dixon of Prescott; two great-grandchildren: Quincy Dixon of Topeka, Kansas and Trinity Dixon of Garland, Texas; four sisters: Johnnie Frazier of Los Angeles, California, Katie Box of Prescott and Margaret Meeks of Prescott and James Raymond Bozman of Jacksonville, Arkansas; one special sister, Jean Delouris Beatty of Ft. Worth, Texas; one special daughter, Vickie Roy (Sam) of Jacksonville and nieces and nephews whom she loved dearly.

There will be a Celebration of Life Service at 1:00 pm., on Saturday, October 24, 2020, at Prescott High School’s Bill Shepard Field. A visitation will be held before the service from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm. Her earthly body will be laid to rest at Deann Cemetery in Prescott. We will be observing all COVID-19 regulations. Bobbie’s online guest book is available at www.brandonsmortuary.com. Brandon’s Mortuary is entrusted with professional services.