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Kathryn "Elecia" Boothe

Pensacola, Florida

Oct 18, 1950 – Apr 4, 2018 (Age 67)

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Harper-Morris Memorial Chapel Obituary

Kathryn Elecia Boothe, 67, passed away on Wednesday, April 4, 2018.

Elecia shared 46 years of marriage with her husband, Robert Eugene “Robby” Boothe, Jr. She was the daughter of Lt. Colonel John Preston Cranford and Mae Nell Cannon (both deceased) and was born in Montgomery AL on...

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Dear Robby, our hearts are broken for you and your family over the loss of your beautiful Angel. Our sincere condolences to you and family. Elecia and you were wonderful to Bill and I from from the first time we met you. Knowing you both while living at the end of the road were some of the happiest and most memorable times of our life. Elecia's beautiful smile and sweetness was contageous. We have never forgotten the two of you - the most beautiful, loving couple we have ever known. We will...

Dear Bobby and Leslie,
I am thinking of you all, and hoping you find strength and comfort to get through this difficult time. Elecia was a lovely lady and was always kind to me. I know that she will be missed by many.
Sending love and hugs,
Marianna

Robbie
May the Lord comfort You, Bobbie and the entire family during this time of sorrow. My thoughts and prayer go with you my friend. Elecia was such a sweet and wonderful lady. She will be missed by all of us that she touched during her walk in this life .

We are so sorry to hear of Elecia's passing and want to wish the family our deepest sympathy. She will always be in our hearts and minds, particularly when we share stories about all the wonderful times spent with her at the hunting camp in Alabama. She was a wonderful woman in every way.

We would like to express our deepest sympathy to the family of Katherine Boothe. When you are overwhelmed with anxieties God comforts. Therefore, you can be confident that Christ continues to be moved by the anguish of the family, to understand your grief, and to provide you with consolation" at the right time. Hebrews 4:15,16.