October 16, 2018



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Shelia Boatman


Sheila "Brock" Katherine Boatman

Sheila Katherine (Brock) Boatman, age 50, of Morrisville, Mo., died Wednesday, November 15, 2006, in her home after a short illness. Sheila was preceded in death by her parents, Louis W. and
Katie Brock, and two brothers, Max Mims and Dale Mims. Sheila is survived by her husband, Dennis Boatman of the home; their son, Brock Boatman of Washington, D.C., and her sister, Leah Mims Pachl of Willard, Mo. Sheila's love of life was only matched by her love of animals. As a member of the Doberman Pincher Club of America, Dexter Cattle Association, American Quarter Horse Association, Missouri Fox Trot Horse Association, Therapy Dogs, Inc., and the Brighton Saddle Club, Sheila spread her knowledge and friendship freely among the people she was around. Her input was always welcome and appreciated. As a breeder of Doberman Pinchers, her puppies are enjoyed by people all over America, not only as outstanding pets, but also as show dogs. Just recently she graciously donated two wonderful puppies to Guide Dog Program, and we have only heard great things about them. When these puppies are placed in a home to help someone, they not only will have the guidance of a wonderful animal, but also Sheila will be looking out for them. Sheila had ridden Quarter Horses most of her life, and recently purchased her first Fox Trotter, Danny Boy. She and "Danny" won several Blue Ribbons, but they were the most happy on our Wednesday night rides the past summer with friends. Sheila was a teacher at Kickapoo High School, where she will be missed by her students. Sheila was in the district program teaching those with various disabilities, life skills and showing each and everyone of them love and compassion. Sheila's life was full and varied. Over the past few years, she had shown several dogs to A.K.C. Companion Dog titles, two were International Champions, and most recently she was honored by being nominated for the Award for Canine Excellence in recognition of dogs in the service of mankind. Her favorite companion dog, Rudy, was known by so many people for his work with Sheila's students. When he roamed the halls of school, nursing homes, or hospitals, Sheila was so proud of him. In Sheila's passing, she leaves a legacy of love, friendship, compassion, and beauty. She touched many lives and brought laughter, joy, comfort and friendship to so many people. We have lost a treasure in Sheila. If all people could be as Sheila, our world would be a much better place. Memorial services will be held on Saturday, November 18, 2006, at 1 p.m. at the Mt. Zion Presbyterian Church, 800 AB Highway, at Willard, Mo., with Rev. Lorraine Dill officiating. Visitation will be one hour prior from 12 noon to 1 p.m. at the church. Burial will be in the Goss Cemetery at Phelps, Mo. Services are under the direction of the Butler Funeral Home of Bolivar. Friends may sign the guest book or send private condolences at http://www.butlerfuneralhome.com/.

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