Phillip Lee Booren

12 septiembre , 19696 febrero , 2021

Son, brother, husband, and father, Phillip Lee Booren, born September 12,1969 in Gillette, Wyoming, unexpectedly departed this life at only 51 years young on February 6, 2021.

Growing up as a military dependent, he had the opportunity to live all over the United States. From California to Virginia and a few places in between, he always found a way to fit in no matter where his family called home. He was spontaneous and outgoing and easily made friends. He loved the beach and surfing and was an avid soccer player. He loved dancing and music and knew all the words to almost every song he had ever heard. Those who knew him well knew that he was quite the jokester. His laugh was truly contagious. He was sensitive and quite the softie, and loved cheesy, romantic comedies. Phillip had a big heart and his love language was serving others. He was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

He graduated from Lake Braddock High in Burke, Virginia in1988 before moving to Richlands, North Carolina with his family to attend Coastal Carolina Community College. He joined the United States Air Force in 1990. He served as a Firefighter for 8 years at duty stations located in North Carolina, Guam, and Texas. Over the next 17 years, his career as a Civil Service Firefighter took him and his family to Texas, North Carolina, and Virginia. While serving on Quantico Marine Corps Base, a terrible car accident prematurely ended his career.

More than anything else, Phillip loved his wife and children. He was present at every dance recital, school play, and sporting event. If it was important to his family, it was important to him. Being a dad brought him the most joy; he loved each of his five children and made sure that they knew that. He was proud of them and what they had accomplished, and was so excited to see what they would accomplish in the future.

Phillip is survived by his wife, Natalie Corwin Booren, and their five children, Parker Lee Booren, Conner Nathaniel Booren, Caitrin Nicolle Booren, Madalyn Noelle Booren, and Brenner Paul Booren.

He is also survived by: his parents, Skip and Emma Booren, and his seven siblings and their spouses, Josh and Merillee Booren, Nichole and Lloyd Kleinman, Melissa and John Jones, Jared and Charlotte Booren, Sara and Matthew Marler, Megan Asay, and Paul and Bre Booren; his father-in-law, Tony Corwin, and brother and sister-in-law’s, Nicole and Stephen Shaw and Robert and Jessica Corwin; twenty-nine nieces and nephews, one great-niece, and many friends he considered family.

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, a private family Celebration of Life service will be held at the Church of Jesus-Christ of Latter-day Saints in Dallas, Oregon on Saturday, February 13. Memorial contributions can be made to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Chancellor Ward Fast Offerings, mailed to 1710 Bragg Rd, Fredericksburg, VA 22407, Attn: Bishop Brad Ransom.

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Phillip Lee Booren


Penny Cupp (Parker)

28 febrero , 2021

Natalie - My sincerest sympathies to you and your family. What fun and happy memories of have of Phillip and you at Seymour Johnson AFB. I am so sorry that we lost touch but know that you two had many happy years together and raised a beautiful family together. Much Love - Penny

Steve and Linda Wright

12 febrero , 2021

We are saddened to learn of Phillip’s passing. You all have been a special family to us over the many years. Our deepest condolences to you, Skip and Emma, as well as to your whole family.
Love and prayers,
Steve and Linda Wright

Corina Johnson

12 febrero , 2021

We are shocked and heartbroken over Phil’s passing, Nat. Please know that he and your family are in our prayers for strength and peace at this time.
All our love,
Corina, Chris, Ileeana, Mercy and Gabriel Johnson

Cindy Owens

11 febrero , 2021

Phillip was a wonderful and caring family man who opened his heart and his home to all. He helped our family begin a new life in Virginia for my grandchildren Jett and Ryan. He opened his heart and home to my mother grandmother Mama Pat and assisted in her care. While helping others he always took the best of care for his family. His caring heart can be seen in all of his children's lives. With gratitude and sympathy to Natalie, Brenner, Conner, Madalyn, Parker and Caitrin.

Amy McDavid

11 febrero , 2021

I am so very sorry for your loss. Much love to your sweet family!

Michael Mlynek

10 febrero , 2021

We are all heartbroken and deeply saddened to learn of Phillip's passing way too soon. We will keep you all in our thoughts and prayers.

With deepest sympathy,

Mike, Jennifer, Jayden, Emmary, and Maryiah Mlynek