In Memoriam : Velma Booth
Carol Wooten - January 2, 2011 Contact this person
I am so saddened, and unforgiving of myself for not going to see Velma on a regular basis. My only excuse is, that it was so hard to go there after having several loved ones die who were there for awhile and it was their home away from home. It was just so hard to make myself go anymore and for this I am so sorry. Velma was a lovely lady and a true friend. I loved her dearly and we all thought a lot of her. God Bless and love to you all.
Marty Wilcox - January 2, 2011 Contact this person
We are so saddened for your loss, Ms. Velma was a special person. We have to be at ease to know that she and Mr. Robert are together again with no more pain, illness, and a new life. May God ghive you strength for the following days to come. Our thoughts and prayers are with each of you and your families.
Barbara Aydelott - January 2, 2011 Contact this person
I am saddened about the loss of Mrs Velma. She was a special person in my life as she touch so many lives in her journey here on earth. My prayers and thoughts are with all the family members. God Bless each family member and give them strength in the days to come.
Monica Jones - January 2, 2011 Contact this person
Cotton and family, My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Cindy Williamson-Messer - January 3, 2011 Contact this person
So sorry to hear about the loss of your Mom. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family
Irene Bryant - January 3, 2011 Contact this person
Loved the picture. Enjoyed my days working with Velma and then later I was a home health nurse for Cypress or Magnolia Home health and would see her at her home. Always had a smile and so nice to work with.
Sharon Marshall - January 4, 2011 Contact this person
Steve,Larry,Brenda and Chuck, Our deepest sympathy is extended to you and all your family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Kimberly Segleski - January 5, 2011 Contact this person
Chuck and Hook and to the entire Booth family my thought and prayers are with each of you. Sorry for your loss.
Linda Porterfield - January 6, 2011 Contact this person
I didn't know Velma well, but she was my nurse during my first childbirth experience and even stayed an extra shift to be with me during delivery. Her kindness really touched me as she was a great comfort through what was a pretty scary experience for me. For this I've always had a special place for her in my heart.