Phyllis Bomberry

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Bomberry:  Phyllis "Yogi"

It is with deep sadness that we announce the unexpected sudden passing of Phyllis on Thursday, January 3, 2019 at the age of 75 years.  Sister of Betty, Ivan, and Marvin (Karen).  Also will be remembered by several nieces and nephews.  Predeceased by parents Alfred and Sadie Bomberry and siblings Martin, Gerald and Amy.  Resting at 25 Pine Crescent, Ohsweken in the common room after 8pm Friday.  Funeral and burial will be held at Lower Cayuga Longhouse on Sunday, January 6, 2019 at 11am. www.rhbanderson.com

Condolences

Posted by Cindy Maracle on
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My condolences to the family and everyone that knew Phyllis. She will be missed
Posted by Elaine Bomberry on
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So very, very sad to hear the passing of my talented Cousin Phyllis. You taught me life lessons I will never, ever forget. Love You Always.
Posted by Abby on
My heart is sad to get this news. But you were an amazing sweet lady. My girls called you auntie ... We will miss you dearly. Safe journey
Posted by Teresa Doxtdator on
My most sincere condolences to Phyllis' family. Christmas is a time to remember friends who influenced us and Phyllis was remembered fondly as a talented craftsperson, her great laugh and providing encouragement. Met her at a gathering in Toronto, she had a table set up and I was a member of the travelling college travel troupe singers and dancers. She gifted me with hair ornaments and told me to 'keep at it's and 'keep learning'. Niawenkowa, Phyllis.
Posted by Dicki on
Condolences to the Bomberry family.
I first came to know Yogi when she was the catcher for the Ohsweken Mohawks. I recall that Doris played second base and Ruthie was the pitcher. When there was an opposing team member on first base, they had some signal. Ruthie would pitch the ball and duck, and Yogi could fire the ball to second base from a squatting position, often picking off the runner heading for second. She had an awesome and powerful throwing arm and was an excellent hitter as well. Ohsweken Mohawks fans will remember her well.
Yogi will not be forgotten.
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