Blooma Joyce Slaughter, of Atlanta, passed away on June 13. A native of Birmingham, she moved to Georgia when she entered college at the University of Georgia where she earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Education.
The beloved mother of Bobbi Livnat of Atlanta and Larry Golson of Asheville, N.C., Blooma is also survived by her son-in-law, Oded Livnat, and four grandchildren, Sivan, Adiel, Gilad and Yarden Livnat. Her funeral was held June 17th in Birmingham and a Celebration of Life was held at Congregation B’nai Torah on June 24th.
Blooma lived a full life. She was a daughter, sister, wife, mother and grandmother. She worked as the social education director of Forsyth County. After college, she started playing guitar, joined a rock n’ roll band and became known as a free spirit whose broad smile was contagious.
Blooma was a photographer, artist, musician and a great cook.
Blooma loved the outdoors. She welcomed family and friends to her property in N. Georgia and always tried to bring peace, harmony and happiness to everyone.