CHARLES-BOOTH-Obituary

CHARLES H. BOOTH Jr.

New Kensington, Pennsylvania

1919 - 2019

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BOOTH, JR. CHARLES H. "CHUCK"

Age 99, of New Kensington, passed away peacefully on the afternoon of Sunday, August 4, 2019. He was born November 23, 1919, in New Kensington to the late Charles H. Sr., and Jeanette Vance Booth. Chuck spent his life building upon his family's legacy of commitment...

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Our condolences to all.We will never forget all the great neighbors and friends of the Hill Gang. He and lolly lit up the good times.luv to all

Deepest sympathies to Harvey & the rest of the Booth family.

Dec. 2017

Deepest sympathies to you on the loss of an amazing, witty, generous and kind gentleman. Chuck was in the Flight Crew, a group of WWII veterans who were in the Army Air Corps. He was one of two remaining members remaining until his death. We enjoyed our annual Flight Crew luncheons in December and I always loved sitting next to Chuck and Trudi and listening to his war stories, funny jokes and words of wisdom. Although I didn't get to see him often, I dreaded the day I would learn of his...

Pregame with Chuck and Booth before Titans at Steelers, September 24,2000

Chuck on September 24,2000

Charlie, you where the best & a wonderful man,we will always remember you and your family, We are sure their will be a place in heaven for you, We will keep you in our Prayers.

To all of you, my prayers and thoughts are with you. I remember as a child growing up on Farm Hill, all the wonderful times at the Booth compound and Mr. B having our driveway black topped for free, because my father was ill. Heaven has another angel, Mr. B. Hugs to all, Dr. Jann Trzeciak

What a great man. I will always be grateful for the nice conversations we had throughout my entire life. He made my aunt very happy for a long long time and always made my family feel like we were as special as he was. Our sympathy and condolences offered to all who knew and loved him.

Sorry for your loss. Darlene Carvin (formerly of Mt. Vernon) friend of Kathy.