Patricia Micklitsch Booth died on October 17, 2006 at home in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire after a long battle with breast cancer.
Patricia was born November 16, 1937, to Joseph and Geneva Micklitsch in Bluffton, Indiana. After graduating high school she attended Ball Sate University where she was a member of Chi Omega sorority and earned a B.S. degree in Elementary Education. She taught school in Dearborn Michigan where she meet her husband of 47 years, David Booth.
The Booths moved to Phoenix Arizona in 1961, then to Paris, France. In 1972 they moved to Sudbury Mass with their four children until their retirement to Wolfeboro in 1990.
Patricia was an active volunteer with the Huggins Hospital Adult Day Program, VNA Hospice as a Hospice volunteer and a Good Beginnings Mother. She was involved with the Hospice Home and Garden Tour since 1992. She was a past board member of the Wolfeboro Children’s Center. Patricia was the co-facilitator for the Woman to Woman Breast Cancer Support Group in Wolfeboro and a ACS Reach For Recovery Breast Cancer Volunteer for the area. She was also a member of Kingswood Golf Club, Ladies of the Lake Quilters, Wolfeboro Garden Club and St. Kathryn Drexel Church.
Patricia is survived by her husband David, a brother Max Micklitsch of Bethesda Maryland, a sister Mary Grove of Royal Palm Beach Florida and four children; John Booth and wife Kerry, Mechanicsburg, Pa., Joseph Booth and wife Jennifer of San Diego, California, Annie Merrill and husband David of Rye , New York, and Mary Meagher and husband Kevin of Hampstead N.H. She is also survived by ten beloved grandchildren.
A memorial Mass will be held at 11 AM on Saturday, October 28, 2006 at Saint Katherine Drexel Church in Alton. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to VNA-Hospice of Southern Carroll County and Vicinity, or the Huggins Hospital Adult Day Program.
The Baker-Gagne Funeral Home and Cremation Service of Wolfeboro is in charge of the arrangements.