Harry Floyd Bomar, Jr. passed away peacefully at his home on June 7,2020 at the age of 95.
Harry was born March 23, 1925 in Hale, Texas to Harry F. Bomar Sr. and Vera Lee (Boze) Bomar.
He graduated from Savoy High School and entered the Army shortly after. Upon his return he
married Inez Bibby on June 16, 1946 in Savoy and they were married for 65 years. Harry
worked in his family’s store, Bomar Grocery in Savoy. After the store was sold, he worked for
TP&L and retired after 33 years.
Harry served his country proudly in Germany during World War II as part of the 100th Infantry Division. He was in the 3rd wave of the Battle of the Bulge. He was awarded the Bronze Star among many other medals.
Harry was a member of First Baptist Church of Savoy. He loved watching the Dallas Mavericks,
the Texas Rangers and old westerns.
He was preceded in death by his wife Inez, his parents Harry Sr and Vera Bomar, his son in law
Wayne Mullican and his great granddaughter Mercedes Spigener,
He is survived by his daughter Vicky Mullican of Pottsboro, Texas; son, Michael Bomar and wife Debby of Savoy, Texas; brother-in-law, Bill Bibby and wife Joann of Savoy, Texas; grandchildren, Jana Spigener and husband Grant of Mansfield, Texas, Joetta Carter and husband David of Humble, Texas, Kristi Wilbur and husband Mike of Lucas, Texas, and Kory Bomar and wife Amanda of Fort Worth, Texas; twelve great grandchildren, and numerous nephews, nieces, cousins and many friends.Due to Covid-19 the family will have a private gravesite service. Memorials may be made to First Baptist Church of Savoy building fund.
A special thank you to Seven Sisters’ Caretakers Linda Greene and Linda Silvers who took wonderful care of Harry.
I will miss and always remember my Sunday School teacher and father of my good friend.
Vicky & Mike-so sorry for your loss.
He was one of the best!
We were sad to hear of the passing of Harry. He was a kind and friendly man. Sending our sincere condolences to the family.
So sorry for your loss prayers for y’all and God Bless!
Sorry for your loss. Your families have always been a big part of the Savoy community. Mr. Bomar always had a smile and cared about everyone he knew and met.
He was a great person and always made me smile. So sorry for you all.
Our sons (Cameron and Micah) had the pleasure of getting to know Mr. Bomar and visit with him during the past few years. They had the utmost respect for him and enjoyed talking with him and hearing of his experiences during the war. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time.
Sincerely, Jeff and Jenny (Thomas) Allen
Our love and prayers are with you!
Jimmie and Jeannine Carter
Sorry that we could not be there, to see all you ,during this very difficult time. We Loved Harry so much and treasure his humor. He will be greatly missed by all his Church family and Savoy friends.
Our Love to All of You
Bob & Kay Tidwell
Dear Bomar Family,
With deepest sympathy on the passing of Mr. Bomar . May you find peace and comfort in knowing that his love is felt by all who knew and loved him.
Franklyn and Kathey Walker
I truly enjoyed all my visits with Harry during his stay at Wesley Village. He had great stories!! I still have a package of sewing needles in my wallet because occasionally he would need to borrow one.
Harry (H.F.) Bomar, was a great individual, army veteran, Christian, family man, humorous, husband, father, honourable person.
We’re thankful to have known him! He will be missed, by all who knew him!
I am so sorry for your loss Vicky and Michael, prayers for you and your families.
I am so sadden to hear of Harry’s passing. He was such a wonderful and caring man who touched the lives of so many. I had the privilege of having lunch with Harry one day at the Granny’s Pink Rose Cafe in Savoy. He told such amazing stories about his life that he had me laughing one minute and on the verge of tears the next. I think all would agree that he lived a good life.
Vicky, Michael and family I pray that the memories made during the lifetime of your Daddy will sustain you and bring you comfort and peace in these days following his passing. Let not your heart be sad that he is gone, but rather rejoice in the fact that he was here with you for 95 years.
Michael: I was sorry to learn of your father passing. I have many fond memories growing up in Savoy and spending time at your parent’s home. Both of them were fun to be around and always made me and the other guys feel welcome.
Your dad was a special man and I value the life that he served for others.
God bless you at the difficult time.
So very sorry for your loss. Harry was truly a good friend that will definitely be missed. Never a loss for words we could talk for hours. One of my fondest memories was Harry kept score at all the Savoy Basketball games. He was always there. RIP my friend.?? Eddie
Harry was such a special man and always brought joy to those around him. Our deepest sympathy to your family during this difficult time.
George and Deana (Steedman) Taylor
Sorry to hear of Harry’s passing. It was Bill’s and my pleasure to have been friends with the “Bomars, Bibbys, Dodsons” We had many wonderful times together.