Philip James Bozlinski, 72, of Wampum passed away peacefully Thursday, September 2, 2021 surrounded by his loving family at his residence.
Born April 29, 1949 in New Castle, he was the youngest child of the late Nytody and Nellie Losten Bozlinski.
Philip was a lifelong farmer, who took over the dairy farm at the young age of 15. He loved the land he was steward over the land that God allowed him to farm. He also enjoyed showing dairy cows and instilled his love of farming to his children. Phil loved being a part of the Beaver Lawrence Holstein club and sat on the board for many years. He also enjoyed hunting and the outdoors. Phil sat on the FSA board for Lawrence and Mercer Counties for several years. He was an honorary Keystone Award winner. Phil was a large advocate of the Beaver Lawrence Jr. Holstein Club, where he was an active solicitor of donations to the Fun Auction
He is survived by his wife Cindy Johnson Bozlinski; three daughters, Nichol (Christopher) Deem of Burbank, OH, Crystal Bozlinski of Wampum, Sheila (Rob) Verone of Verona; son, James (Valeri) Bozlinski of Wampum; three grandchildren Robert and Chris Bozlinski and Lawrence Deem; sister, Olga B. Porter of New Galilee and his lifelong friend William R. Dice.
He was preceded in death by his brother; Mike Bozlinski; sister, Katherine Wike.
The celebration of Phil’s life will be held on Tuesday September 7, 2021 with visitation from 12:00 pm until the time of the Memorial Service at 3:00 pm at the Moravia Presbyterian Church. Pastor Charlene Kennedy will officiate.
Memorial Contributions may be made to Moravia Presbyterian Church.
If you do what you love, you will never work a day in your life and Philip loved his life on the farm.
Arrangements have been entrusted to the Marshall Funeral Home, Wampum.
Online condolences may be sent to marshallsfh.com.
I Am So Sorry To Hear Of Your Father’s Passing. Know That Our Father In Heaven Makes No Mistakes And He Is Now Resting. You Have My Sincere Condolences & My Prayers Are With You & Your Entire Family.
You have our sympathy. We are sorry for your loss. We are sure he will be missed on the farm but remembered by many for his hard work and dedication to his family and grandchildren. Lana and Bill Boyer
I am so very sad to hear of Phil’s passing. He always was such a friendly guy. I have fond memories of our visits( my brother Ken and I) to the farm with my mom, Betty Moskal. We always enjoyed seeing all the cows and dogs and cats, and the huge garden. We enjoyed visiting Aunt Nellie, Phil and Cindy and the kids as well as Olga and her family. My mom used to love to visit when she was able to get around. Perhaps she and Phil will be able to reminisce up in heaven. When my husband, Bob, and I got married, we had Nicole and Jimmy as the flower girl and ring bearer in our wedding. They were so cute!!! We send our deepest condolences to the family. We now live in Albuquerque, New Mexico so cannot attend the celebration of life. We will keep you all in prayer. ???❤️❤️❤️
Dear Cindy and Family,
We are so sorry to hear of Phil’s passing. He was such an sncouragement to us with his love for his family and farming. We will miss him. May the Lord Bless you and yours as you mourn the loss of of a loving husband, father and grandfather.
Guy and Joann Curran
My deepest sympathies to Cindy and the entire family over your loss of Philip. He was a kind man and friendly to me every time I visited when I was a child with my sister, Karen; with my children when they were young, and with my mom when she was elderly. Philip always enjoyed the hard working farm life and shared his love of farming with us. My mom, Betty Moskal, had many memories of her childhood growing up on that farm that she shared with me. It gave me a deeper appreciation for the hard working farmers. I will not be able to attend the service but you will be in my thoughts and prayers. Phil will be missed but not forgotten.