Charloan Sue Phillips
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Charloan Sue Phillips
  • October 9, 1958 - September 23, 2014
  • Prineville, Oregon

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Charloan "Sue" Bowman-Phillips
October 9, 1958 ~ September 23, 2014

Charloan "Sue" Bowman-Phillips passed away
peacefully at her home in Prineville on Sept. 23. She
was 55.

Sue was born in Torrence, Calif. on Oct. 9, 1958
to Charles and Joan Bowman. Her parents and five
siblings moved to Prineville in
1968.In high school, Sue was an outgoing
girl. She was on the swim
team, earning many ribbons and
achievements, and she was also in
the yearbook club. She graduated
from Crook County High School
in 1976. After high school, she
married the love of her life, Rob
Phillips.

Sue will be remembered for her kind heart, beautiful
spirit, loving disposition, and her generosity. She
was as silly as she was stubborn; she loved her nieces
and nephews, her family, and her Lord. She was the
kind of person who was always there with a smile, a
hug, and a pat on the back.
Sue's generous spirit drove her to do what she
loved, which was volunteer for the Larson Learning
Center. One of her greatest achievements in her lifetime,
was winning the Larson Learning Center "Volunteer
of the Year" award in 1999.

Her hobbies included gardening, baking, doing
puzzles, crafting, tending to her dogs and cats,
watching wrestling, boxing, and Duck Dynasty.
She'd travelled to Disneyland, Hawaii, New York
City, and Palm Springs to visit her nieces and
nephews.

Sue is survived by her mother, Joan Bowman of
Prineville; brother, Charles E. (wife Vicki) Bowman
of Prineville; sister, Kathy (husband Ken) Weaver
of Prineville; sister, Joyce Bowman of Prineville;
Her ex-husband and friend, Rob Phillips, and many
nieces, nephews, and friends.
She was preceded in death by her father, Charles
Bowman; brother, Jim Bowman; and sister, Karen
Bowman.

The family would like to extend their thanks to the
wonderful ladies from Evergreen Caregivers and St.
Charles Hospice for taking such great care of Sue.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the
Larson Learning Center, 471 Ochoco Plaza Dr..,
Prineville, OR 97754

There will be a Graveside Memorial Celebration
on Saturday, Oct. 4, 10 a.m. at Juniper Haven
Cemetery (N. Main Street) in Prineville. All are welcome
to attend.