Alice Lucille Booth

October 28, 1923 - July 29, 2003

10/28/1923 - 07/29/2003

Past Services

Visitation
Friday August 01, 2003
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Martin-MacLean-Altmeyer-Calcutta
15872 St. Clair Avenue
Calcutta, OH 43920
330-382-0600 | Directions
Cemetery
Saturday August 02, 2003
11:00 am
Calcutta United Presbyterian Cemetery
St. Clair Avenue
East Liverpool, OH 43920
330-385-2190 | Directions
Service
Saturday August 02, 2003
11:00 am
Martin-MacLean-Altmeyer-Calcutta
15872 St. Clair Avenue
Calcutta, OH 43920
330-382-0600 | Directions

Virginia Beach- Alice Lucille Booth, age 79 died Tuesday July 29, 2003 after a brief illness. She was a native of Calcutta, Ohio the daughter of the late James H. and Inez Moore Thompson. Mrs. Booth retired as a Civil Servant with the Department of Defense with 29 years of service; she volunteered with the Citizens Committee for the Protection of the Elderly, The Central Library of Virginia Beach and the Little Theater of Virginia Beach, recently being honored their as Volunteer of the Year. She also was very involved in her homeowners association. She is survived by her daughter Anita Owens and her husband Daniel of Virginia Beach; two sons Richard Booth, Jr. and his wife Diane of Louisa, VA and Robert and his wife Linda of Tampa Florida; her brother Donald Thompson Of Calcutta Ohio; Nine grandchildren, Rebecca, Victoria, Christopher, Jason, Matthew, Diana, Teresa, Shawn and Lora; ands six great-grandchildren.

A funeral Service will be held Saturday August 2, 2003 at Martin MacLean-Altmeyer Funeral Home Calcutta Chapel at 11:00 am with interment to follow in the Calcuta Presbyterian Church Cemetery. The Family will receive friends at Altmeyer Funeral Home Virginia Beach Chapel Wednesday Evening from 7 to 9 PM and In Martin- MacLean- Altmeyer Funeral Home Friday from 7 to 9Pm Calcutta Chapel.

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Helen Bebout
8 years ago

I will miss Alice greatly. We worked together at the Navy Dept., and after retirement both did part-time work for Capt. Bill Searle. We enjoyed phone messages and letters after her move to Va. Beach, and after the advent of e-mail kept in touch frequently. My deepest sympathy goes out to the children and her beloved brother. Wish I could be with you, but my prayers will be.

Anita
8 years ago

In your memory, I will state without hesitation, that you were the best mother, teacher and friend a daughter could want. I am proud to have been your daughter and I will carry on with life in a way you will be proud of because I had such a wonderful example and so many fond memories. I love you Mom and I will miss you forever.

Victoria Zielinsky
8 years ago

To my dearest Grandmother,

I will always remember the great times we shared togehter, even if we were thousands of miles apart.

I LOVE YOU and we will miss you dearly.

Vikki & Justin

Christopher L. Booth
8 years ago

To my grandmother, i love you with all my heart. I will never forget the times we had together, the good and the bad, and I wish to see you again, in the future, walking in the katuples holding hands like i was a child again. I love you.

Rebecca E Bowling
8 years ago

You will always be missed. We love you.

Becki & Family