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Lauren Ranell Bozeman

May 9, 1969May 15, 2020
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Lauren (Lori) Bozeman, 51, of Pasadena, Texas passed away on May 15, 2020. She was born in Pasadena, Texas on May 9, 1969. Lori worked for many years in various capacities. She worked as a retail manager at a candle store, a child care specialist at a daycare facility, and as a caregiver to her aging family. She cared for her grandmother, her grandfather, and her mother prior to their own passings. Lori was a gentle, caring soul who wanted very much to make people happy and comfortable. She loved nature and animals – especially cats. She was a proud cat lady! Lori is preceded in death by her mother, Dottie Bozeman; her maternal grandparents, Dot and L.Q. Black; her paternal grandparents, James and Lillie Bozeman; and several aunts and uncles. She is survived by her father and stepmother, Ron and Dorothy Bozeman; her brother and his partner, Jim Bozeman and Curt Polumbo; her uncle and aunt, Laurin and Peggy Black; and her aunt, Dawn Black. Funeral arrangements will be held at Grand View Funeral Home in Pasadena, TX on May 22, 2020 at 4:30PM.

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Peggy Black

May 23, 2020

Uncle Wig and I will miss Lori greatly. She was a big part of our lives. We will be short one at our family gatherings. Will remember her when I cook her favorite pot of beans and when I see a cat I know she would love. RIP my sweet girl. Enjoy your new home with your Mom and so many others who loved you.💜

Ann Smith

May 22, 2020

Precious Lori!! I have thoroughly enjoyed the times I spent with you or chatted on messenger. Just not enough of them! I loved you very much and hope you knew that!! I will miss you a lot!! You definitely touched my heart!! ❤️

Alex Keachie

May 22, 2020

Laurie and I met just a few years ago. We both had many obstacles to overcome. We came out the other side better people. Most importantly, we became friends.
You will be missed by all those who have to stay. We are thankful that so many we’re waiting to welcome you home!
Cat Ladies forever my friend.

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