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Timothy Scott Bomar

December 4, 1969 ~ May 3, 2020 (age 50)

Obituary

Mr. Timothy “Scott” Bomar, 50, affectionally known as “Scotty-ro” of Plainville, died Sunday at his residence following a heart attack.

 Scott was born in Rome, GA. on December 4, 1969, son of Jerry and Lynda Hughes Bomar. He was a Minister of the Gospel, musician and was a member of Kingdom Living Ministries of Dalton.

Survivors include his children; Whitney Stirnemann and her husband Derek, Jessica Bomar and Zackery Bomar and his wife Morgan. Grandchildren; Lawrence Stirnemann, Mary Savannah Stirnemann, Porter Bomar, Piper Bomar, Natalie Bomar, Mallory and Devin Lecroy, and Olivia Lee. His parents; Jerry and Lynda Hughes Bomar, Brothers; Todd Bomar and his wife Angela and Preston Bomar. One nephew, Dakota Bomar and niece, Baylie Bomar of Plainville.

Due to recent concerns over COVID-19, the family will have a private service to celebrate the life of Timothy “Scott” Bomar on Wednesday, May 6, 2020, from the chapel of Max Brannon & Sons Funeral Home with Apostle Curtis Moore, Terry Reisner, and Todd Bomar officiating. Interment will follow in Chandler Cemetery. Pallbearers serving will include; Todd, Preston and Zackery Bomar, Derek and Lawrence Stirnemann and Thad Hefner. Honorary pallbearers include; Dakota Bomar, Carl Hughes, Ricky Walker, Jason Ferrell, and Ritchie Pierce.

Those who are unable to attend the service can watch a live stream video of the service on Wednesday, May 6, 2020, on Max Brannon and Sons Facebook Page.

The Brannon family and staff are honored to serve the family of Timothy “Scott” Bomar, 50, of Plainville, GA.

 

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