OBITUARY

Kathryn Genie Nichole Booth

May 21, 1985June 12, 2019

Kathryn “Nikki” Thompson-Booth passed away June 12, 2019. If Nikki had her way this obituary would stop here. Unfortunately her voice can no longer be heard. Nikki was born on May 21, 1985 in Charleston. Nikki is survived by her father Robert Thompson of Malden and her mother Denise Haid-Gottleib of Kanawha City. She also leaves behind two sons, Dakari Booth of Georgia and Maddox Light of Georges Creek. Nikki leaves behind several other family members as well. There will be no service at this time. Nikki will be cremated, per her wishes. Her remains will be interred in the Taylor Cemetery at Georges Creek at a later date. It is only fitting that her remains be placed overlooking the place she grew up in. If you would like to do something to honor Nikki’s memory please donate to one of the many drug recovery centers in the local Charleston area.

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Mary Van De Walle

June 14, 2019

She was an amazing niece and I loved her with all my heart- - I will love her forever ❤️

John David Pettry

June 14, 2019

You were so beautiful and had such a big heart from the first time we hung out until the last you made me smile. Is do anything to bring you back.

Amanda Igo

June 14, 2019

My favorite memories there are too many but they are all funny and I can't pick just one. Kat I hated to be called Wego but didn't mind if you call me Wego at all. My favorite is the painting u made me Princess with a unicorn n rainbow a comeration of my first fight with Jeff Stanley I said good day princess forever in my heart and mind . I feel so very cheated rn you left me alone in this world. I love you and miss much DEVASTATED WITHOUT YOU

Amy Marcum

June 14, 2019

What can I say here that won't sound cheesy or expected? There was nothing about you that conformed to the expected or the mundane. You were a wildfire. I suppose the stars that burn brightest also burn out first.
We met in high school under some strange circumstances but somehow hit it off and spent senior year as best friends. Cruising in my car, walking around Charleston, harrassing the mall Easter bunny (I still carry that picture but its seen better days).
Although we were no longer close, you will be missed and I'll always remember you fondly. You didn't stay nearly long enough.

Tina Butterworth, Serles

June 14, 2019

When we met I was sketchy at first. We got in your 3000 GT and stunning like my daddy by lil Wayne came on. The bass hit so hard. We jammed all the way home. We had so many memories I could share. I wish I could share them all. This is by far one of my favorites. I witnessed you fish hook a chick by her mouth and drool her, that wasnt a bad memory either. You got her up after the fight and like the sweet person you are you helped her up and even took her home. You will be missed love. Until we meet again. Love you.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY