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Charles Booth

Charles Booth

Monday, February 1st, 2021

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Obituary

Obituary for Charles Edward Booth Jr.

Charles E. Booth, Jr, 83 of Warren, died at home surrounded by his family on February 1, 2021. He was a son of the late Charles E., Sr and Magdalene (Trainor) Booth. He was married for 52 years to the late Phebe-Ann (Garretson) Booth.

Charlie was a Master Mechanic for 44 years at Narragansett Improvement Co, retiring in 2000. He had previously worked for CL Guild. He was a member of the Operating Engineers Local 57 and had served in the Rhode Island National Guard. Charlie loved his street rods: restoring them in his garage and participating in various street rod organizations. His cars won numerous awards, local and national.

He leaves his children, Charles E. Booth III of Barrington, Alice McCarthy of Warren, and Bonnie-Lee Park of Joppa, MD. He was the brother of (late) Esther D'ambrosio and Karen Booth of Vero Beach. He is the beloved Grandfather of Sean McCarthy, Jodi-Lee Neves, Lauren McCarthy, Brittany Park and Carleigh-Ann Park; Great Grandfather of six.

Arrangements are with Smith Funeral & Memorial Services. Due to COVID restrictions, services will be private. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to A Wish Come True, 1010 Warwick Avenue, Warwick, RI 02888.

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    North Burial Ground
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    Bristol, Rhode Island
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Woody for BCSRA

Bonnie-Lee So said to hear of dad's passing. He was a good Street Rodder and long time friend. He will be sorely missed . Woody
Comment | Posted at 11:38pm via Condolence
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Woody for BCSRA

Sorry to hear of Charlie's passing. He was a long time friend and supporter of the Bristol County Street Rod Association. He & Phebe were great ambassador's of our hobby. Till we meet again my friend, cruise on. Our heartfelt sympathy to the family. BCSRA
Comment | Posted at 11:35pm via Condolence
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Russell Mello

With a heavy heart we will miss u dearly
Comment | Posted at 06:22pm via Condolence
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Alex MacDonald

Knew Charlie from way back in the 60's and 70's. Once in a while we'd work together on a truck or piece of construction equipment. I learned a lot from him and mostly what a great guy he was. God Bless Charlie and Phoebe. Alex & Olinda MacDonald
Comment | Posted at 05:35pm via Condolence
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Gus Witherell & Sheila Vargas

Have memories of you at Andy's Shell station and always enjoyed seeing you and talking to you at car shows.
Gus and Sheila
Comment | Posted at 11:18am via Condolence
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