Hoy Funeral Home

3855 Seneca Street, West Seneca, NY


Ronald E. Booth

April 3, 1936January 2, 2020

BOOTH - Ronald E. Of West Seneca, NY, January 2, 2020. Son of the late Harold and Ethel Booth; brother of Janet (Jenner) Evenden and Shirley (John) Heckman; uncle of William Jay and Jeffrey (Tina) Evenden. No prior visitation. Relatives and friends are invited to Funeral Services Saturday morning at 11 AM at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, 900 Maryvale Dr., Cheektowaga, NY. Flowers gratefully declined. Arrangements by HOY FUNERAL HOME. Online condolences may be shared at www.hoyfuneralhome.com


  • Funeral Service Saturday, January 4, 2020


Ronald E. Booth

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Jerry Eckle

January 9, 2020

I went to school with Ron. I will always remember the night when we went to a bar in Blasdell and the bar tender said to everyone Orchard Park I say no more. He thought Ron Was the chief of police in orchard park and I was a police officer.

Kelley Chevrier (Schmall)

January 4, 2020

I am saddened by the news of the passing of my Godfather, Ronnie, but I am comforted that I know that he is with his Heavenly Father. I will always remember him with loving thoughts as he always made me and my family feel so loved when we would come and visit in Buffalo. There are so many funny stories and times but some that I remember most are family parties out in his garage, playing "Up Your Bucket" (which my familyJUST played at Christmas time!), talking about toy Lionel Trains, making "fun" of our "Oklahoma" accents and the trip he made to Tulsa to surprise my mom and dad for their 50th wedding anniversary! He was a real trooper because he stayed at my house and had to share a bathroom with several teenage daughters! He was so excited to celebrate with my folks as he was my dad's best man at their wedding in 1959. They could not have been more surprised! We all adored Ron and will always think of him with our fondest memories.

Sandy Bly

January 3, 2020

Cousin Ron will be missed. I have many great memories of him. Most of all I'll miss his great sense of humor.