Amy Michelle Booth

January 4, 2012 6 Condolences Print Obituary

June 11, 1976 - December 28, 2011

On Wednesday, December 28, 2011 Amy Booth of Edmonton passed away at the age of 35 years.
She is survived by her loving family; mother Wendy Booth, sister Stacey Booth and her niece Latia Booth. Amy also leaves her grandmother Iris Booth, her father Henry Klein, grandmother Helga Klein and her stepfather Alan Bickmore as well as many extended family and friends.

Memorial Mass
11:00AM Saturday January 7, 2011
St. John Bosco Catholic Church
13503 40 Street Edmonton, AB

Memorial Donations
Stollery Children's Hospital Foundation
1502 College Plaza 8215-112 Street Edmonton, AB T6G 2C8

  1. I worked with Amy at the Racetrack which seems like a long time ago now. I remember her as a very happy, bubbly person who took the time to know everyone and made work much more fun. So sad to hear this news. My thoughts and prayers are with her and her family.

  2. My prayers are with the family at this time of sorrow she was such a sweet person and she will be dearly missed.

  3. We are so sorry to hear of Amy”s passing.She will be truly remembered for being a genuine sincere person .Always smiling Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Hugs to Wendy,Stacey and Latica

  4. Amy was a kind, honest woman who was full of life. Our warmest thoughts and our sincere condolences are with her family; Wendy, Henry, Stacey, Latica and Helga.

  5. I miss Amy very much. Even when we were not together I thought of you Amy. … and still to this day. XO

  6. 18 December 2013

    Amy; you always made me smile when you came to work or entered a room; you were always nice and friendly to me. Not so many individuals like you in this crazy world yet somehow you made life almost seem normal and worthwhile. Of course I miss you; in fact I miss you so much. Out of the blue you started to make me coffee in the morning and buy me snacks, I didn’t accept that nor deserve this; I guess this was your way of opening the door for us to be friends and it sure worked. I was always the shy one at first but, that was only at first, we hit it off well; miss and love you Amy Booth.
    It is so difficult, such a young promising soul left us at am early age of 35 2 years ago, wow; I just can’t wrap my brain around that and we still had so many plans to yet together.
    Dwayne Ewasiuk

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