Charley Booth, Jr

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Charley Booth Jr affectionately known to friends and family as “Charley Boo” went home to be with Our Lord, Friday December 10, 2021 at the age of 68.

Charley was born to Geraldine Small (Surratt) January 30, 1953. Charley was a lifelong resident of Columbus, OH and a graduate of Linden McKinley High School. Charley was a faithful member of Apostolic Faith Temple, not only had he dedicated his life to Christ, he made it a point to share his testimony and his love for Jesus with everyone. As former owner of B&B Painting, Charley was a Jack-of-all-trades. Charley was the first person you called on for painting, mounting tv’s, car issues, and just about anything else imaginable. Charley spent years participating in local basketball, football, and softball leagues. Charley was also a coach and mentor to his grandchildren, making sure that he could make it to as many games as possible. Most notable would be Charley’s sense of humor, if you were with him- you were guaranteed to laugh.

Charley is preceded in death by his mother, Geraldine Small (Suratt); sisters, Bertha Westmoreland and Tina Booth; son, Terrance Booth.

Left to cherish his memory, wife, Roberta Booth; daughters, Chara (Stephen) Rice and Latonia Booth; sons, Charles (Abrianna) Hargrove, Charles (Makayla) Napper, Carlos Booth, Tracey Booth, Deshawn Booth, and Quandale Booth; brother, Elrecco Thomas; sisters, Clara (Terry) Coleman, and Vickie Thomas; and a host of grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, relatives, and friends.

It is never goodbye-only see you later.

Visitation 11:00am and Funeral 12:00pm Wednesday, December 22, 2021 at Apostolic Faith Temple, 1634 E. Main Street.

Interment at Evergreen Burial Park.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Robert W White (Wee Wee)

    So sorry for your loss, there’s no more pain and suffering! This is a time for celebration, he’s gone home to be with his father!!

  2. For better days

  3. Sending my deepest condolences. So sorry for your loss. Sending prayers of peace and comfort to the family.

  4. James and Wendy Shackleford

    Hugs and Prayers for your whole family. I’ve never met a family like yours and am over and over blessed by knowing a few of you. Your passion for family and fun is unmatched. Love to you all!!! Until we meet again!!!!

  5. Tequila Tootie Warren

    My condolences to, you and your family during these difficult times. May God be with you all praying for, comfort and peace.

  6. Tony and Alpha Minneyfield

    You have our deepest condolences. May his legacy of family and faith live on as he rests well with our Lord, God Almighty.

  7. Sorry for your loss. What a wonderful angel you have watching over you all!

  8. Charley was an amazing person and a great friend Im going to miss our chats and jokes. The OSU/ Michigan games will certainly never be the same without him lol !! Thank you for all the laughs, and the cries, and always being there when I just needed a friend ❤️ You were always our Charley, and we were your angels ( Melissa, Nancy and I ) and all 3 of us will miss you deeply. But now you are our angel, until we meet again We Love you forever Charley
    – Your Angels
    Mel, Melissa and Nancy

  9. Sometime Time is all we have and when that clocks hits our time no one is never prepared.. and because of this I’m sending love,laughs,joy, happiness for this family in their need of all thia.. I love you tonya.. ❤

  10. We are so sorry for your loss. Charles is a great, funny, sweet man. We truely miss him. He has brought joy into a lot of peoples lives. It has been an honor to call him our friend. Diane

  11. Brenda Gouch-williams

    Im remembering Charley as a friend, he was my brother (Fred Gouch) best friend. To the family of Charley we the Gouch family sends our sadness and sympathy to you’ll Rest in Peace Charley, i know my brother Fred and Robert will be happy to see you in heaven.

  12. Words can not describe how I feel this is my second uncle that I have lost both if which are near and dear to me uncle boo was a great man and he is a prime example of what the almighty will do for you if only you allow him I am sad but my heart smiles because I know where his resident is and I know he is looking down on us all wondering why we mourn when infact we should be rejoicing knowing another child has been called home to the father in the words of my unk I will hold it down till I see you again

  13. met Charley in 1968 while working at Glenwood Rec Center; an unforgetable person. my love and prayers to his family. wish I could beat service.

  14. I’m so sorry for your loss. Booth and Hargrove sides . Tarina McCall & Mrs Linda Simon and Family

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