Thank you very much for your beautiful acknowledgements of my mother. I would think her wish would be that we continue her legacy through our own little demonstrations of that genuine warmth and kindness to others.
My thoughts are with your family.Many educational,interesting,enjoyable moments in conversation will be remembered.The Booth family is a integral part of Adams life.Please don't be strangers! Joseph Girard signing in for the Girard family.
Oh, that smile. How I will miss that smile, and all that was behind it. I'm so sorry for your loss, Marilyn, Verna, Carol, and all of your family.
Dear Marilyn and the Booth Family,
I am so sorry for your loss. Lucy was an extraordinary lady. The Quaker Meeting House plate that she sent me will always be a gentle reminder of her kindness. My sincere sympathy to all.
My sympathies to you and your family.
Carol, I am so sorry for your loss. Please extend my sympathies to the whole family. I will always remember your mom's warmth, her gentle elegance, and her genuine kindness. We were neighbors in business for less than a year but I was warmly welcomed to the neighborhood and having that kind of support as a very young newbie was so comforting. We should all aspire to be more like her and make the world a better place one warm act of kindness at a time. Much love, Deb
Dear Marilyn and Family of Lucy,
I am so grateful that I had the "window of opportunity" to meet Lucy Booth while an attendee at Framingham Friends Meeting. Her warmth, quiet energy, and impish smile will live in my heart. My condolences to you all.
Lucy was my frien for 57 years. I will miss her.
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. I remember Lucy & Family from our childhood at the First Methodist Church in North Adams and the shop in Adams.
Marilyn and Verna: I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Deepest sympathy in the loss of someone so dear. I will keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers. Debra Ferullo
I have missed Lucy since the day she left Adams. She was such a great part of our memories from the childhood .She had endless patience showing me and my best friend countless piceces of jewlery. It didn't mater that we were nine and couldn't buy a thing. I will never forget her calm soft face watching us ooh and ahh. Thank you Lucy from me and Tina.
It is my great pleasure to have known this remarkable woman. My sympathies to Carol, Verna, Marilyn and Stanley as well as Chris and Jon.
To Lucy's Family,
How very sorry I was to learn of your mother's passing. As a granddaughter of Waldo and Mabel Booth, I grew up listening to wonderful stories of family life here in Easton. Lucy and Orrin were always fondly remembered in those recollections. It was clear to me that Lucy was much-loved and respected. May you find comfort in the deep faith she embraced throughout her life.
Our sincere thoughts and prayers go out to Verna, Marilyn, and their families. God bless, Virginia and David Hession
Dear Carol and family,
My thoughts are with you at this time of sorrow in the passing of your mother. I wish I had the opportunity to meet such a remarkable woman!
To Lucy's family I am so sorry for your loss. I took care of your mom for awhile and loved every minute of being with her.. I visited a few times at Bethany and made a blanket for her bed. I thought she left there and am now sorry I didn't check further. Please know that now she will be entertaining everyone in Heaven, what a wonderful addition to our Heavenly friends. I will miss her.
I grew up a few doors down from the Booth family in Adams.I knew the family well.Lucy was a wonderful lady.To the girls and boy your mom is now with her beloved husband.
DEAR BOOTH FAMILY-
What fond memories we have of Lucy. Joyce was the Administrative
Assistant at FUMC in North Adams while I was pastor at First Baptist across the street, so got to know Lucy well. She was a lovely lady and certainly a woman of great faith. Our thoughts and prayers are wuth you all.
So sorry that you have lost your Mom from this world. However, we all now have a brighter sky to enjoy. What a nice family resemblance, too. Beautiful story about her life. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
We will always remember Lucy as a life loving,active, energetic and ready to learn person.your memory will stay in our heart.
Stan and Lucy's family & friends, we are very sorry for you loss.
Dear Carol & Verna;
Accept my sympathy on the loss of your mom. She led a wonderful life and is now with your dad and God. I still have a ring that my mom bought for me at their jewelry store when I was 14!
God bless your family.
Oh my. It was only last week when I was thinking about Lucy. What a wonderful lady she was! Always positive and assuring. One of those people that they don't make many of. I feel blessed to have had the opportunity to know and speak with her and Orrin when I used to deliver milk to them.
Now they are together in Heaven and I can only imagine the impact they both have there.
May God bless them and all of you at this time of sorrow.
I would like to extend my deepest sympathy to Lucy's family. She was a wonderful woman to know and call a friend. O.E. Booth Jewelers is still alive in many memories here in the Berkshires. Lucy & Orrin were known for their great customer service and people still remember the expert watch repair.
My thoughts and prayers are with you.
We first met Lucy & Orrin at the store and then in square dancing we became friends. mWe will keep Lucy in our prayers.Thinking of you in your time of sorrow.