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Date of Death: December 31, 1969
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Jack Booth Jack Booth, 85, of Winchester, Virginia, died Friday, January 4, 2013, at his home. Mr. Booth was born in 1927, in St. Charles, Virginia, the son of the late Gilmer and Glenna Booth. He grew up in Marlinton, West Virginia, and was a graduate of Romney High School. Mr. Booth was a Veteran …
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public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Peggy and family, Just want to send our sincere condolences to all. Jack was a very special person and meant so much to all of us who worked with him. Our love and prayers are with you as you are dealing with this great loss. May God bless. Pauline and Sam Jones, Somerset, Kentucky
Brenda Tharp left a message on January 8, 2013:
In honor of Jack Booth, Brenda Tharp lit a candle.
Marsha Rust left a message on January 8, 2013:
Peggy and family, I was so sorry to hear of Jack's loss. He was a very fine man and will be missed by so many. Marsha Rust
Jerry Derr left a message on January 8, 2013:
Peggy and Family, I am shocked and heartbroken to learn of Jack's passing. I remember the evenings when you and Jack would sit for hours in our front yard with my Dad and I and how much he respected and loved Jack and you. Jack was my first coach and when he/you decided to leave Shepherdstown High School I cried for weeks as I am doing now. I saw both of you just a couple of years age at the alumni dinner and remember what a thrill it was to see both of again after many, many years. Jack was and is my hero and will always remain so. So very, very sorry for you and your families loss and for mine. I love you Jack. Rest in peace my friend. Jerry Derr Shepherdstown, WV
Jerry Derr left a message on January 8, 2013:
Peggy and Family, I am shocked and heartbroken to learn of Jack's passing. I remember the evenings when you and Jack would sit for hours in our front yard with my Dad and I and how much he respected and loved Jack and you. Jack was my first coach and when he/you decided to leave Shepherdstown High School I cried for weeks as I am doing now. I saw both of you just a couple of years age at the alumni dinner and remember what a thrill it was to see both of again after many, many years. Jack was and is my hero and will always remain so. So very, very sorry for you and your families loss and for mine. I love you Jack. Rest in peace my friend. Jerry Derr Shepherdstown, WV
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Virgil Van Fleet left a message on January 8, 2013:
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Virgil Van Fleet left a message on January 8, 2013:
Peggy and family, Jack was a good and decent man. He told me many good things when I was staying with Aunt Nellie. I know you and Family will Miss jack and as I will. Please don't hesitate to call me if you need anything. My email address is [email protected] Love Ya, Tubby
Marg left a message on January 8, 2013:
Peggy and Family keeping you and family close in Our hearts always remember the great memories
Margaret Milord left a message on January 8, 2013:
In honor of Jack Booth, Margaret Milord lit a candle.
Marsha Powell Longerbeam left a message on January 7, 2013:
Dear Booth Family, Jack was such as gentle man. I worked with him at the old Frederick Douglass school until he retired. I have so many wonderful memories of him at that school: Andrew, a kindergartener called him Mr. Boo, one student wanted to know if he shot President Lincoln, and the drunken man that appeared at one of our evening programs...Jack approached him, gave him some cash, and sent him on his way. Those are just a few of the memories that make me smile. May your memories easy your sorrow. He was a wonderful individual and will be missed. Marsha Powell Longerbeam
Stacy Sirbaugh Blackstone (F & M) left a message on January 5, 2013:
Sally & family: I always admired your dad so. What a kind, gentlemanly and truly caring person he was. I pray the Lord's comfort for you and yours.
Pauline G. Jones left a message on January 5, 2013:
Peggy and family, Just want to send our sincere condolences to all. Jack was a very special person and meant so much to all of us who worked with him. Our love and prayers are with you as you are dealing with this great loss. May God bless. Pauline and Sam Jones, Somerset, Kentucky
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Jackie and Scott- Just now checking Winchester websites. Jackie, your father had such a sparkle in his eye! He was a great role model and one of the more approachable administrators at Handley. Holding you and your family in my prayers. Tru
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Peggy and family, I was so sorry to hear of Jack's loss. He was a very fine man and will be missed by so many. Marsha Rust
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Peggy and Family, I am shocked and heartbroken to learn of Jack's passing. I remember the evenings when you and Jack would sit for hours in our front yard with my Dad and I and how much he respected and loved Jack and you. Jack was my first coach and when he/you decided to leave Shepherdstown High School I cried for weeks as I am doing now. I saw both of you just a couple of years age at the alumni dinner and remember what a thrill it was to see both of again after many, many years. Jack was and is my hero and will always remain so. So very, very sorry for you and your families loss and for mine. I love you Jack. Rest in peace my friend. Jerry Derr Shepherdstown, WV
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Peggy and Family, I am shocked and heartbroken to learn of Jack's passing. I remember the evenings when you and Jack would sit for hours in our front yard with my Dad and I and how much he respected and loved Jack and you. Jack was my first coach and when he/you decided to leave Shepherdstown High School I cried for weeks as I am doing now. I saw both of you just a couple of years age at the alumni dinner and remember what a thrill it was to see both of again after many, many years. Jack was and is my hero and will always remain so. So very, very sorry for you and your families loss and for mine. I love you Jack. Rest in peace my friend. Jerry Derr Shepherdstown, WV
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Dear Booth Family, Jack was such as gentle man. I worked with him at the old Frederick Douglass school until he retired. I have so many wonderful memories of him at that school: Andrew, a kindergartener called him Mr. Boo, one student wanted to know if he shot President Lincoln, and the drunken man that appeared at one of our evening programs...Jack approached him, gave him some cash, and sent him on his way. Those are just a few of the memories that make me smile. May your memories easy your sorrow. He was a wonderful individual and will be missed. Marsha Powell Longerbeam
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Sally & family: I always admired your dad so. What a kind, gentlemanly and truly caring person he was. I pray the Lord's comfort for you and yours.
Tru Dearing Lawton left a message on January 12, 2013:
Jackie and Scott- Just now checking Winchester websites. Jackie, your father had such a sparkle in his eye! He was a great role model and one of the more approachable administrators at Handley. Holding you and your family in my prayers. Tru
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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