Pamela A. Booth (1961 - 2013)

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Booth, Pamela A.

Pamela A. Booth of Plover died peacefully on January 23, 2013 in Cortez, Florida with her husband and in-laws by her side.

She was born December 29, 1961 to Dorothy Minta in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She married, Todd Booth, whom she referred to as her soul mate, in a New Years Eve ceremony on New Year's Eve 1991.

After graduating from high school Pam worked in the hospitality industry and in 1990 she purchased Club Forest Bar in Plover. Working with Todd, they expanded the bar and transformed it into a place well known in the area as a family destination.

Several years ago she and Todd realized there passion of travel and the opportunity to live that dream visiting many locations in their RV. Every day held a new adventure for Pam and she never tired of watching the sunset with a glass of red wine and Todd by her side.

She is survived by her husband Todd, her sister Larea Minta, her step-father Dave Mozuch and his wife Diane, her in-laws, Jim and Verla Booth, and many extended family members and cherished friends. She was preceded in death by her mother, Dorothy Minta.

Remembrances in Pam's name may be sent to the Wisconsin Rapids Humane Society or your local Hospice provider. A memorial service is planned for later this spring in Plover.

Published in Stevens Point Journal on Jan. 28, 2013