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Dorothy Boothe Damron

1943 - 2021
Wednesday, February 17, 2021
Dorothy Boothe Damron

Dorothy Ann Boothe Damron left this world on February 9th , 2021 at the age of 78 in Granbury, Texas.

She was born to Ruby Francis Shrader Boothe and Byrd William Boothe in Newhall, West Virginia on December 27th , 1942.

Dorothy had 10 siblings, Ollie Boothe Riley, Charlie Boothe, Jessie Boothe, Woody Boothe, Dewey Boothe, Elizabeth (Pat) Boothe Morgan, Roger Boothe, Don Boothe (Dorothy’s Twin Brother), Delores Boothe Harrison and Dennis Boothe.

Her surviving siblings are Woody Boothe, Roger Boothe, Elizabeth (Pat) Boothe Morgan and Delores Boothe Harrison.

Dorothy leaves behind her husband Robert Damron after 35 years of marriage.

She had 4 daughters. Rhonda Haywood Kennedy, Linda Haywood Coleman, Tonya Damron Livingston, and Lisa Haywood Thomson.

She had 7 grandchildren, Justin Livingston, Kelsey Livingston Goats, Lindsey Livingston, Dillen Haywood, Dustin Haywood, Jaycee Haywood, and Storm Thomson.

She also had 2 great grandchildren Makynlee Turner and Alexis Fernandez.

Dorothy was a ray of sunshine, blessing all of her loved ones with her presence. She was full of happiness and laughter with a smile that lit up the entire room. She was hilarious and always laughing. If you were ever playing cards and won a hand of rummy, you would see the feisty side of her come out. Her heart was so full of joy and gratitude for everything big or small. The most important thing in her life was her family. She was an amazing wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, sister, and friend.

Although Dorothy left behind many loved ones, she is also reunited with many loved ones that she lost long ago. And in that, we take comfort.

There will be a celebration of life with close family and friends only at a later date that is to be determined.

“Jesus said to her, ‘I am the resurrection and the life. Those who believe in me, even though they die, will live, and everyone who lives and believes in me will never die.’”-John 11:25-26.