So sorry to hear of the passing of your husband and Dad. He was a nice person to know and will be missed by all at the lake. Linda and Bob Raimo
Dear Nancy and The Booth Family, Wishing you the comfort of memories and peace during this difficult time. Sending loving prayers and thoughts across the miles. Sincerely, Elaine Sullivan
Carol I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Dick was always so kind and supportive when I began working at Riverside Drive N.S. I still laugh at what he told us we should tell parents we did when the rabbit pooped on the floor! And I am honored to have been one that received the great peanut brittle. You and Dick raised such a nice family I know how proud he was of you all. Lois and Paul Westgate
Cathy and family,
Sending many thoughts and prayers your way on the passing of your Dad.
With special thoughts,
Dear Booth Family and Mrs. Booth,
I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your husband/father. I will always remember the wonderful friendship that our parents shared and the activities that they enjoyed together. Theirs was the ultimate in a lasting friendship spanning decades. I will always remember Mr. Booth's sense of humor, Florida trips, twinkle in his eye, and of course, that amazing peanut brittle. God Bless you all.
Liz Cruess Morrissey and Family
Uncle Dick was always good to me, and I expect every one else, I do have fond memories of Petonia Lake and the little sail boat he built, and sailed with me. He named the boat "The Fanny Dunker". His introducing me to sailing had a big influence in the direction of my life. This is sent from our home in Henderson Harbor, the best sailing in the Norht East. I'm sorry for the rest of his crew that he left behind, and I'm sure that the Crew will miss their "Captain".
My sincere sympathy on the passing of Mr. Greek. I so enjoyed meeting him when he traveled as a chaperone to NYC with my Art History Club now many years ago. What a fine gentleman he was! My deepest condolences to you Mrs. Greek and Cathy and all of your grandchildren who were in my class, and of course, all of your family. Very truly, with love, Ms. Linda J. Holmes
I'm so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
Carol and family:
My heartfelt sympathies in Dick's passing. I remember many hours spent with Debbie at your lovely Crary Ave. home. What a nice family and at that time I felt very much a part of it. Dick was a kind, gentle soul. May he rest in peace.
Dick always had a smile on and a up-beat outlook and it was a pleasure to be in his company. He married my niece Carol Nicholson and our Ithaca True Family will cherish all the
family outings we have had. A True and Loyal friend indeed.
To the Booth family, I will always remember the smile and the sense of humor that Mr.Booth possesed. I always felt as though I was a member of the family any time I visited their home. I left the Binghamton area in 1972 and unfortunaley lost touch. He was the ultimate family man. May he rest in peace.
Nancy Cathy and family . A life well lived .. He was a gentleman .. Fred Russell
Mrs Booth and family,
We have so many fond memories of you and Mr. Booth! From the peanut brittle he used to make to the fun times at Petonia Lake! We know how much all of you will miss him. Cherish all those wonderful memories.