Frances H. Booth

October 1, 1927April 2, 2021

Frances H. Booth was born on October 1, 1927 in Largo, Florida and passed away on April 2, 2021 in Bay Minette, Alabama and is under the care of Radney Funeral Home-Mobile.

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Frances H. Booth

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Melissa & Carl Vinson

April 16, 2021

Having known Frances and Willis Booth for over 34 years was one of the highlights of our lives. Their unconditional love for us and our boys made us feel like we had family beyond blood family. Their generous and loving hugs gave us encouragement and joy. We miss them so deeply, but rejoice they are reunited once again in heaven. Our prayers are for their precious daughters and grandchildren, no longer for Mrs. Frances and Mr. Willis! You’ll forever remain in our hearts! Love you!!

Joan Spainhower

April 11, 2021

Frances epitomizes true Christian love and fellowship with everyone. Her hospitality, caring manner, sacrificial attitude, and true love for Jesus Christ was evident in all she did. As some would say, "She was a walking Bible." We will miss you very much, sweet sister, and know you are praising the Lord in person now with your loving husband. Prayers for those you have left behind.

Harvey and Cindy Alsup

April 8, 2021

We have been so blessed to know Willis and Frances and their family. Wonderful memories that will always be with us from our shared faith to our love of music and family.

Marybert Mc Kinney-Smith

April 7, 2021

Senting Love, Strengh and Healing from Jim Mc Kinney, Nancy Mc Kinney and Marybert Mc Kinney-Smith

Cindy DeMeritte

April 6, 2021

Aunt Frances, words can't begin to express how much I love you & will miss you deeply! You were always there when I needed someone to call on! You were my 2nd Mom!
I will miss your beautiful smile, your hugs, the conversations we had, the awesome meals you prepared & enjoyed around the table! The music & songs we sang at family gatherings! You never judged! You always led by example! You loved unconditionally! You loved "family"!
I feel you with me even now watching over me as my guardian angel! You are my inspiration!
I know when you walked thru those pearly gates that all the family were there to greet you! And what a joyous reunion that was!
I Love you & miss you Aunt Frances!

Barbara Heimlich

April 6, 2021

Growing up, Frances and Willis were my second mom and dad. From 7th grade on, I spent more time at their house than my own. It was the warmest, most joyous house and there was always singing and music. Frances called me a " little pea picker" I loved her and Willis with my whole heart and have remained friends with Diane for almost 60 years. What a wonderful example to grow up around. RIP Frances, you were one of a kind. Love 💘

Gail Love Marchman

April 5, 2021

Some of my most treasured childhood memories revolved around Mrs. Booth.
What a beautiful southern belle she always was.
What faithful lifetime friends both Frances and Willis were to my family. Her memories will be with us, may she Rest In Peace.❤️