OBITUARY

Candace Catherine Phillips-Boman

January 8, 1948August 4, 2018
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Candace Phillips Boman, 70, passed away surrounded by love on August 4th, 2018 at Clear Lake Regional Hospital. She was the widow of Johnny Boman. She was a loving, caring, and extraordinary mother, grandmother, great grandmother, and friend. She shared many years with each and every member of her family.

She was adopted in Fredericksburg, Texas by Bill Maxwell and Roxy Booth. She attended and graduated nursing school while caring for her two daughters.

She is survived by two sisters Linda Mcneely and Dawn Zepeda, her two daughters Sheila Holmes and Wendy Phillips, two granddaughters Kaitlin Holmes and Jordan Kleinjan, grandson Gunner Aber, great grandson Ethan Holmes, and dog Powder Phillips.

She enjoyed taking care of her family, sewing, playing bingo, going to the beach, camping and having her family drive her around. She will be remembered for her kind-hearted, stubborn personality.

The memorial service will be held on August 18th at 3pm at 8501 Spencer Hwy, Pasadena, TX, 77505.

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, August 18, 2018
REMEMBERING

Candace Catherine Phillips-Boman

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Wendy Phillips

August 24, 2018

My mother, Candace Phillips, was a hard worker who loved me and my sister. She loved us equally. My mother loved her whole family and wanted us to succeed in everything we tried to do.
When I was a little girl I loved horses all I ever wanted was a horse. My mom made sure I got that horse. Financially she struggled to make sure I had everything I wanted. She sometimes worked 3 jobs to pay the bills.
My mom would give her shirt off her back to make sure someone was not cold or hungry.
At Christmas if any of our friends couldn’t afford Christmas for their children my mother would make they had food and presents. She made sure all children that were around us had Christmas gifts. As we got older and had children my moms whole living room would be full of Christmas presents. She had such a giving heart. She would invite anyone who had no where to go to her home and treated them like family.
Four years ago me and my mom spent Christmas on a Dude Ranch in upper New York. We had so much fun.
My mom taught me to always work and to take care of my family . I tried to never ask her for help because she worked too hard for her money while I was growing up.
It’s funny the little things she did that drove me crazy I catch myself doing the exact same thing.
I love my mom because I could tell her anything and she would never judge me or love me less.
All my friends always tell me how lucky I am to have such a wonderful mother. My friends would come over and visit my mom and not me sometimes.
God brought home the perfect angel when my mom passed. I’m very proud to have a mother who is now standing beside Jesus.

I love you, Mommy
RIP
Until we meet again save a spot for me:

Alida Korns

August 9, 2018

Candy was a very special lady. We had the privilege of being her neighbors for many years. She was always there to share a cup of coffee and a great conversation.
She was always there to lend a helping hand and help with any problems she could.
She loved her family beyond any words I could ever say.
We truly loved her and will miss her.
We send our deepest sympathy to both her daughters, Shelia and Wendy and the rest of her family.
She lit up when speaking of any of them.
Sincerely,
Alida

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Biography

Candace Phillips Boman, 70, passed away surrounded by love on August 4th, 2018 at Clear Lake Regional Hospital. She was the widow of Johnny Boman. She was a loving, caring, and extraordinary mother, grandmother, great grandmother, and friend. She shared many years with each and every member of her family.

She was adopted in Fredericksburg, Texas by Bill Maxwell and Roxy Booth. She attended and graduated nursing school while caring for her two daughters.

She is survived by two sisters Linda Mcneely and Dawn Zepeda, her two daughters Sheila Holmes and Wendy Phillips, two granddaughters Kaitlin Holmes and Jordan Kleinjan, grandson Gunner Aber, great grandson Ethan Holmes, and dog Powder Phillips.

She enjoyed taking care of her family, sewing, playing bingo, going to the beach, camping and having her family drive her around. She will be remembered for her kind-hearted, stubborn personality.

The memorial service will be held on August 18th at 3pm at 8501 Spencer Hwy, Pasadena, TX, 77505.