Pearl Bohs

April 29, 1934 ~ June 29, 2022

Mary Pearl Bohs, 88, of Farmington passed away June 29, 2022 at St. Louis Hills Assisted Living in St. Louis. She was born April 29, 1934 in Marquand. Pearl was a member of the Libertyville United Methodist Church. She was an active member of the United Methodist Women’s local, regional and state organizations. She volunteered at Parkland Hospital for over 14 years and also worked alongside her husband, Chester for over 20 years at their business, Wick Homes. Her passions were entertaining, gardening and traveling. She lived her life with a focus on God and serving others.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Charles Clair and Sally Jane (Mills) Green; beloved husband, Chester Bohs; and four siblings.

Pearl is survived by her daughter; one granddaughter; and countless friends and family who will carry on her legacy.

Visitation will be Saturday, July 2, 2022 from noon until the time of funeral service at 2:00 PM at the C.Z. Boyer & Son Funeral Home – Taylor Chapel in Farmington. Interment will follow at Libertyville Methodist Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to St. Louis Hills Assisted Living, the Rheumatoid Arthritis Foundation, Alzheimer’s Association or United Methodist Council on Relief.

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  1. Aunt Pearl will be greatly missed. She is the last child of Grandpa and Grandma Green to enter Heaven's gate. She brought families together and always had a smile. Memories of the family gatherings will always be cherished. She was gracious and kind, and she was a hard worker. Her coffee would even make a cowboy stiffen up a leg. Ha!

  2. Cindy & Kate,
    I have so many good memories of Pearl – she was a hardworking, God-loving woman and such an inspiration!  I am out of town so unfortunately cannot make it to her wake. You are both in my prayers!

  3. Dear Cindy and Family- Growing up in Libertyville and attending the Libertyville Methodist Church means that I knew Pearl and Chester Bohs for all of my early years. They were the leaders of the MYF group when I was a teenager and provided lots of guidance and caring. I so enjoyed seeing Pearl and Chester over the years when I visited Libertyville and the church. I know you all have wonderful memories of Pearl to hold dear during this time of loss. May God bless all of you.

  4. Pearl such a sweet caring lady. Pleasure of knowing her at St Louis Hills. She'll be missed by her friends.

  5. Cindy,
    Your mom was a very special lady; a wonderful role model and confidant.    She, and your dad, cared about The Libertyville Methodist Church and always lived  their lives with it in mind.    
    We were blessed to have a wonderful church family growing up, including the Sunday afternoons with you and Jane and Sheila.
    As we get older, life  becomes more precious, especially when we become the oldest generation.    May you and yours  be blessed!
    Sheri G

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