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artist , horticulturist

Pom Cha Wonsewitz, American artist, horticulturist. Nominee First Lady of Lawton, 1983; recipient Molly Pitcher award, Fort Sill Military, 1983; scholar, McMahon Foundation, 1991, 1992, 1993, Leslie Powell Foundation, 1994-1995.


Wonsewitz, Pom Cha was born on June 15, 1944 in Hong-Sung, Republic of Korea. Arrived in the United States, 1971. Daughter of Moo-Youg Pyon and Yun-Soon Kim.


Associate of Arts, Yuba College, 1972. Bachelor cum laude, Cameron University, 1996.


Manager Flowerama Inc., Palmer, Alaska, 1984—1987. Instructor arts and crafts Fort Sill (Oklahoma) Military Installation, 1990—1991. Substitute teacher Lawton (Oklahoma) Public Schools, 1999—2000.

Association manager Homeland Corporation, Oklahoma City, 2000—2002. Freelance artist PC1Sewitz Art Studio, Lawton, since 2002.


  • Other Work

    • One-woman shows include Carnegie Library. Hall, Lawton, 1994, Pride Gallery, 1995, Higher Education Center, Ducan, Oklahoma, 1996.


Chair, vice chair American Red Cross, Lawton-Fort Sill, 1981—1984. Chair American Red Cross Dentac, Fort Sill, 1982—1983. Vice chair American Red Cross Reynold Army Hospital, 1981—1982.

Volunteer floral designer Hospice of Lawton Area, 1998—1999. Volunteer English as Second Language instructor Lawton-Fort Sill Outreach, 1983—1984. Member of Sierra Pastel Society.


Married Raymond Dwight Wonsewitz, July 16, 1971. Children: Paul E., David R.

Moo-Youg Pyon

Yun-Soon Kim

Raymond Dwight Wonsewitz

Paul E. Wonsewitz

David R. Wonsewitz