OBITUARY

Jack Booz Jr.

August 5, 1953June 5, 2018

Jack Booz, Jr., 64, of Chesapeake Beach, Maryland, passed Tuesday, June 05, 2018. Jack was born to Jack S. Booz, Sr., and Ruth Banks, in Augusta, Maine on August 05, 1953.

Jack graduated from Bowie High School. He was married to Danielle Albero Booz since 2005. Jack worked at Prince George’s County Sheriff’s Office until he retired in 2017.

Jack is survived by 6 children: Jack III (Belinda), Joseph (Billie Jo), Jason (Lori), Justin , Jeffrey , and Jackson . He also is survived by 13 grandchildren.

Services

  • Memorial Gathering Saturday, June 16, 2018
REMEMBERING

Jack Booz Jr.

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Bob Craft

October 22, 2018

My condolences to the Booz family for their loss of a great man, husband, father, grandfather and a good friend and fellow Coach/administrator in the BBGC. We spent many hours in the BBGC since 1981, working together for the greater good of all the Bowie kids and parents, that we had the pleasure to work with. There wasn't anything he wouldn't or couldn't do for the kids. (Viva Daytona Super Bowls! ) I only regret not being able to say goodbye to him in person at his service in June. Goodbye my friend, may you rest in peace. You will be sorely missed but not forgotten.

Margaret Cmiel

June 26, 2018

I think back to the 60's and Jack and my brother Stan were best friends. Oh the trouble those two could get into. Time passes over the years. I thank Facebook for reconnecting Stan andme with Jack. I will always regret not getting back home to Md to see the fine man you grew into. You will always be in my thoughts and prayers you crazy Red head. All my love and thoughts and prayers for your family! Xoxo Margaret Cmiel

Kevin Conroy

June 21, 2018

My deepest sympathies

On behalf of the Conroy family, Senators Edward T; Mary A Conroy and my family (Hon. Kevin W Conroy ) I express deep sorrow at the lost of Jack.
Great guy. Kind and loyal. A friend.
Jack supported and participated in politics in Prince Georges County for 40 years.
A great man who was always there.

Loved his Halloween displays back in Bowie!
Jack, my friend, thank you for letting me part of your time with us.
Cherised memories no one can nor will take from me.

God Bless. RIP.

Kevin W Conroy
Former Bowie City Council

Keith and Cindy Harrison

June 15, 2018

Jack was always such a colorful personality! Never at a loss for conversation on any topic. We always say he could have been a chef...memories of that delicious grilled salmon at one of the backporch family getherings...we actually have his spice rub recipe in our collection of family faves! We will miss Jack’s presence.

FROM THE FAMILY