Peter Fitzgerald Booth

Peter Fitzgerald Booth

Peter Fitzgerald Booth

Peter Fitzgerald Booth, age 46, died July 3, 2012 in Red Bluff, Calif. He was born Sept. 23, 1965 in San Diego, Calif.

He is preceded by his Father, Emmett Lee Booth; grandparents, Arthur and Joan Holden; step-dad, John Bordwell and uncle, Micheal Holden.

He is survived by his mother, Mary Sue Booth; sister, Beverly Sue “Susie” Spencer; niece, Savana Spencer (Billy) and her son Walker Searcy in Red Bluff, Calif.; nephews: Shane and Dawson Spencer in Corning, Calif.; Along with several aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

Peter went to school in Oroville until his junior year and graduated high school in Fallon, Nev. After school he moved to Red Bluff, Calif., where he lived with his family. He was involved in 4-H, Special Olympics, and he enjoyed helping the homeless and the elderly. He was a very caring person and would do anything for you, without asking for anything in return. He loved to go fishing, hunting and spending time with all of his family here and in other states away. Peter was a special person who made an impact in all of our lives. He touched us all with his kindness, his laughter, his jokes, his wits and his helpful hands. He will be missed but will always be in our hearts, our minds, our thoughts and our prayers. He will never be forgotten.

A graveside service will be held in Fort Rosencrans National Cemetery in San Diego, Calif., where he will be buried at a later date. Memorial contributions can go to the Homeless, Special Olympics, or the family, cc. Mary Sue Booth, 12660 Shannon Rd., Red Bluff, CA 96080.

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