Steven Thomas Booth

Pembroke, New Hampshire

1968 - 2019


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Steven Thomas Booth, 51, of Pembroke, passed away on September 12, 2019, with his family by his side.

Born September 2, 1968 to Thomas and Marjorie Booth, Steven was the youngest of three children who had a wonderful childhood growing up on Iron Works Road in Concord. A proud lifelong resident of New Hampshire, he was an avid nature lover who was happiest on his boat and walking his Wheaten Terrier, Buckwheat.

Steven was also an adventure seeker. He scaled Mayan ruins in Mexico, snorkeled in the Caribbean, sailed to Key West, windsurfed throughout New England, and explored ancient caves in Spain.

Steven never let illness stop him from enjoying what was important to him: traveling with his sisters, watching the Patriots with his father, baking pies with his mother, playing guitar with his brother-in-law, fishing with his niece and nephews, and barbecuing for family and friends.

Steven's memory lives on through his parents Thomas and Marjorie Booth; sister Patricia (Booth) Taylor, her husband Kelsey, and their children Kassidy and Luke; sister Linda (Booth) Bernhard and her children Jacob and Joseph; and the countless people whose lives he touched with his kindness, courage, and sense of humor.

A celebration of Steven's life will be held on Saturday, September 21 at 11 a.m. at Waters Funeral Home, 50 South Main Street, Concord. In lieu of flowers, the family invites you to make a contribution in Steven's memory to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Transplant Fund, 1 Medical Center Drive, Lebanon, NH 03756.

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Prayers and condolences to you all. Another Angel is now in heaven watching down on us all

Thoughts and prayers! Joyce

We are all so saddened by this news. Our hearfelt thoughts and prayers are with you all. My mother Muriel loved you all so much. She would always tell me about Steven and all that he had been through. You will remain in my heart,
love from your cousin Elaine Stogniew Falt and our family.

Tom and Family..I am so deeply sorry to hear of your loss. My deepest condolences to the entire Booth Family. Tom, we last spoke 20 years ago when I began my retirement and when I learned of your loss, I was so saddened for you and your family. Stay well, stay strong and cherish those beautiful memories..Your friend always, Al Demers ( From the Carpenter-Manchester NH )

To the Booth Family:
Our sincere condolences on the loss of Steven. I remember him from our brief times working together on design projects and remember seeing him walking the dog on Buck Street. We grieve for your family and wish you nothing but positive thoughts, prayers and the fondest of memories. Godspeed Steven. Love from the entire Hanson Family.

Offering our deepest condolences at this difficult time.

I so loved the times we spent together as kids growing up. Stevens sense of humor always made me laugh. My heart is with my wonderful Aunt, Uncle and cousins as they remember and celebrate Stevens life.
Much love,
Jodi and John

Steve was smart, brave and funny. He will be missed by all who knew him.

I will never forget all the great times I had with Steven on Ironworks Road. Steven was a great friend he will be missed. The Booth family is a wonderful group of people.