Mark Richard Booth, born in Omaha Nebraska on May 30, 1961, was a resident of Montgomery, Alabama for the past 45 years. Mark was born to Richard Curtis Booth and Loretta Kaye Pruitt Booth. He went to be with our Lord on Thursday, February 2, 2017, after a sudden and unknown heart complication.
Mark's greatest love was for Jesus Christ, and his passion was for everyone to know the love, forgiveness, and abundant life offered to them through a personal relationship with Christ. All who knew Mark were blessed by his integrity, kindness, laughter, and smile that would light up a room.
Mark was a true craftsman, dedicated to his profession of aircraft mechanics. He had the highest respect and appreciation for our US troops, law enforcement, and first responders, and considered it a privilege to serve 15 years alongside the Department of Defense, and most recently with the State Troopers.
Mark was a prayerful and devoted son, husband, father, and granddad, and will be greatly missed by his surviving wife Jennifer Sadie Booth, his daughters Kimberly Ann Ward (William), Cynthia Leigh McDaniel (Ben), Sharon Harmony Janney (Adam), Christal Brook Cochran, his grandchildren Will Ward and Kylie McDaniel, his extended Sadie, Booth, and Pruitte family, and his beloved co-workers and friends.
Visitation will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. at Leak Memory Chapel on Saturday, February 4th. A celebration of Mark's life will be held at 3 p.m. on Sunday, February 5th at Leak Memory Chapel, graveside service following at Oakwood Cemetery.
Leak Memory Chapel
945 Lincoln Rd
Published in the Montgomery Advertiser from Feb. 4 to Feb. 5, 2017