- 67 years old
- Date of birth: Jul 27, 1948
- Date of passing: Jul 28, 2015
|Let the memory of Bo be with us forever|
"I can't believe that it's been a year since you passed. You are truly missed and will never be forgotten. Keep smiling down on your family and know that you are loved!
P.S. Save a dance for me in heaven!"
"This is the first birthday since your passing. Your family and friends miss you so very much. We are trying and will continue to try to comfort the love of your life."
"Mr. "Bo" is missed by all. I have his picture on my frig. I see him every day and I am reminded of the caring and loving man we lost on July 28, 2015. Happy 68th Mr. Bo."
"Rest on Bo you are loved and missed by all that you gave that awesome smile to you were a great friend and neighbor. May Gods redeeming grace touch your family today and always, always in our hearts"
"Cousin Bo; your beautiful smile and great personality will forever be missed. We knew that a good time would be had by all whenever you were around. Your laughter and your love for family and friends will forever ring in my heart. I remember many conversations that you and my dad had so please do not try to be so hard on him now that you both are together in heaven. I have no doubt that there is so much love pouring out of the gates of heaven. Our family has always been of love so family, our challenge is to carry the torch showing love as Bo and our other family that has passed on demonstrated . Bo, WE love and miss you! Happy Birthday!"
"There was one time he was in the choir stand and I was in the pulpit. First let me say we had this way of connecting no matter where in the church, during a comedic moment that many wouldn't even consider. This particular moment when we both noticed a comedic gem, we were the only ones in entire congregation who lost it. We laughed for about 4 minutes straight. I kept a bulletin over my face because we were both crying. He got up to sing and probably only sang 5 total words because he was shaking his head at me and we were laughing. We had a LOT of those moments"
"one of the smoothest men I know, whenever we got together we had good times, he was Lou and I was Queen I can't even remember the last time we called each other by our real names LOL! Love you Lou❤"
"Bo was one of the few men that I call a real man he was a great neighbor, great husband and great father his awesome smile and the love he spoke and showed for his family is what his sons can continue on with their families forever. God bless you Debra and your sons"
"I feel blessed that I had the pleasure of meeting and getting to know Mr. Bo. My daughter started going to school at this great little daycare/preschool called 'Montessori Place" in 2003. Within a few years I was working with Ms. Debra in the office and that's when I also was introduced to Mr. Bo. He was such a laid back kinda smooth man! He always made me laugh! I was always in awe of how much he loved his family, especially his love for Ms. Debra. They had a special bond and are a true inspiration for me and my husband.
Mr. Bo will be missed but he left a STRONG legacy so he will never be forgotten."
"B0 sloppy was our red hatter's husband. Thanks for going on the Chicago trips with us. He and I really loved those lamb shanks we had on our cruise. Every time i saw him he made me laugh. Miss you both."
"Bo was a comforting friend to me and an excellent "father" to my son and daughter. I loved the family game nights we had and I will cherish my last time with him. I carried dinner to him upstairs because he did not feel good enough to come downstairs fo game night."
"Homer "Bo" Slappy was a Real MAN, HUSBAND and FATHER in the truest sense of each role. His wife Debra and 3 sons are testaments. I am so thankful for the influence he had as a father figure over my son. There is nothing more important than family and being a good person in life; feats that he mastered. The well wishes and attendance at his funeral reflected how well people thought about him. Hats off to you Bo!! A job well done."
"Most people knew I called Bo "My Buddy". I was able to talk to him as if I knew him my entire life. He was such a nice and straight forward man. I will miss seeing him on our trips with The Sophisticated Sisters, Red Hatters group. May he rest in peace until we meet again."
"Coolest uncle ever. I can still hear him singing "There's a brighter day ahead" and I believe it. What a legacy. Love you Uncle Bo."
"The love of my life....thank you for loving me and for showing me what real love looks and feels like. God blessed us to be together for 50 years and to be married for nearly 47 years. I will always love you!"
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