Carolyn Lee Bozarth
September 19, 1935 – October 14, 2020
Carolyn Langston Bozarth went home to Jesus on October 14, 2020.
Carolyn was born to Charles and Gertrude Langston on September 19, 1935, in Pollock, Louisiana. In addition to being a dedicated and loving Mother, Carolyn shared her heart with her husband, Joe Bozarth.
Carolyn held an unwavering faith in God, which she enjoyed sharing with all those who surrounded her.
Carolyn is meeting in Heaven, her parents (Charles and Gertrude Langston); her sister (Ruth Robertson); her son (Michael Douglas Lee) and her brother (Lavelle “Loopy” Langston). Carolyn is survived by her husband (Joe Bozarth); her sisters (Bobbye White and Louise Guillot); her children (Trelis Lane Lee-Urban and her husband, Kenneth Urban, Sr.); and her son (Clark Langston Lee). Her Grandchildren who called her “Grandmum”; (Kristina Urban) and (Charles Urban). Additionally, Carolyn is also survived by Janice Bailey and husband Russ, Joe Bozarth and wife Kathy, Catherine Gulley and husband Doug, and Melissia Powers and husband Danny. Eleven grandchildren, twenty-one great grandchildren, and one great-great grandchild on the way. Carolyn was loved and will be missed by so many Nieces, Nephews, and other family members.
Visitation with the Family will be on Monday, October 19, 2020 from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Funeral services will be Tuesday, October 20, 2020 at Cashner Funeral Home, 801 Teas Road, Conroe, Texas, at 10:00 am. Graveside services will follow at the Klein Memorial Park in Tomball, Texas, at 1:00 pm.
In lieu of flowers, the Family is requesting donations be made to Louisiana Baptist Children’s Home and Family Ministries at P.O. Box 4196, Monroe, Louisiana 71211 or www.lbch.org. Thank you.
Answer me when I call to you, my righteous God. Give me relief from my distress; have mercy on me and hear my prayer. Psalm 4:1
Mom, when I count my Blessings, I’ll count you twice. Nothing can take away the longing in my heart to hear your voice just one more time … “Trelis Lane”
Mom, we will never forget you and look forward to continuing to share the love of Jesus that you share with so many others. Clark
- Joe Bozarth, Loving Husband
- Bobbye White, Sister
- Louise Guillot, Sister
- Trelis Lane Lee-Urban and husband Kenneth Sr., Daughter and Son-in-law
- Clark Langston Lee, Son
- Kristina Urban, Grandchild
- Charles Urban, Grandchild
- Janice Bailey and husband Russ, Daughter and Son-in-law
- Joe Bozarth and wife Kathy, Son and Daughter-in-law
- Catherine Gulley and husband Doug, Daughter and Son-in-law
- Melissia Powers and husband Danny, Daughter and Son-in-law
- Charles and Gertrude Langston, Parents (deceased)
- Lavelle "Loopy" Langston, Brother (deceased)
- Ruth Robertson, Sister (deceased)
- Michael Douglas Lee, Son (deceased)
- Eleven grandchildren, twenty-one great grandchildren, one great-great grandchild, on the way, numerous Nieces, Nephews, other family members and a host of friends..
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- Louisiana Baptist Children’s Home
Monday, October 19, 2020
Celebration of Life
Tuesday, October 20, 2020
Carolyn Lee Bozarth
October 22, 2020
Mom, my heart aches to hear your voice just one more time, to tell you how very much I love you. You and I had grown so close since Ken got sick, we were talking every day, enjoying laughter and you were so quick to tell me to "go easy on the guy" - he knew how much you loved him! Your over-night visits to Houston were the best. We were sitting up late at night just talking, bringing up old memories, wishes, things we both wanted to do, places we wanted to go and see - oh how I wish you could "butt dial" me just one more time! Ken and I will honor your wishes, one and all that you recently shared - I'll work on my relationship with my daughter, I'll love Ken and remind him how very special he is and was to you, I'll continue to be a "mother hen" to your son, my brother, Clark, I'll continue to raise your grandson with a stiff hand to teach him to be a strong man to become a loving husband and father someday and most importantly, I'll work hard to strengthen my relationship with God. I know that you are at peace now and I wish I could feel the warmth of your loving arms wrapped around me just one last time. Until we meet again ...
October 16, 2020
Uncle Joe and family,
Our deepest sympathy to you and your family.
We wish we could be with you sharing your sorrow. We pray that your treasured memories bring you peace and comfort throughout these difficult days.
Sending our Love and Prayers that God wraps you in peace.
Liz & Tom