Susan E. Booth

Susan Booth - Pittsford, NY - Rochester Cremation

PITTSFORD, NY – June 5, 2022 at age 73

Susan is survived by her husband, L. Gordon Booth Jr.; son, Kristian (Tracy) Booth; daughter Jennifer Booth; and 5 wonderful grandchildren, Jacob (20), Haleigh (17), Benjamin (7), Grace (5) and Lillian (3). Susan graduated from the University of Michigan with a Degree in Nursing and worked as a nurse in labor and delivery at Strong Memorial Hospital. Susan and Gordon were married for 49 wonderful years. Susan was also a devoted mother and grandmother to Kris, Jenny, Jacob, Haleigh, Benjamin, Grace and Lillian. Susan was an avid animal lover who volunteered with the Animal Service League while conducting many of her own rescues. She loved all of God’s creatures, but especially loved her two dogs (Lassie & Mandy) and seven cats (Chloe, Star, Catelyn, Anna, Thaddeus, Sarah, Andrew and Brady). Susan loved to travel with Gordie and especially enjoyed her time living in Europe, the trip to her motherland, Poland, and her trip to see the Holy Land in Israel. In her spare time Susan enjoyed spending time with family and friends, but most of all enjoyed spoiling her grandchildren and cats.

The Booth family would like to thank the U of R Hospice Care team for their compassionate care and guidance, while extending a special thanks to Michelle Lezo and her wonderful private care team, Kendra, Lisa and Mardy. This amazing team aided Susan, Gordon and the rest of the Booth family through a very difficult period. The compassion, professionalism and honesty shown to the family went above and beyond our expectations and will never be forgotten.

A special service for Susan will be hosted at the Rochester Cremation Event Center at 1118 Long Pond Road, Greece, NY 14626 on Saturday, July 2nd. Visiting hours will be from 10am-12pm, followed by a Service from 12pm-1pm. 

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  1. Richard & Susan Clute on June 13, 2022 at 7:57 pm

    We are very saddened to say goodbye to my friend Susan since we became friends in junior high at St. Philip Catholic school. She was a spunky fun lovin girl and I felt so happy to have her for my friend. We were junior high cheerleaders for our favorite Tiger team! I always thought she was very bright so I loved to be with her as she had an great answer for everyone. We hung out together and I loved walking the 2 miles probably twice a week to her house so we could play pool in her basement with our male classmates. Of course we beat them. We laid in sun together, laughed and ate together and just being teenagers together. We went to camp together every year too. I loved her family. So warm and inviting to be around. We would talk through the years and just this year talked 2 hours on phone about kid, Grandchildren and husbands. It was always a joy to catch up I do miss her laugh now , but I can still hear it so clearly in my spirit. She will be in my heart and mind forever as I remember the special times and many memories that I had shared with her as young women of God! I have many more stories to tell but not enough room on this page. Goodbye sweet Sue but only for a little while until I see you in heaven forever my friend. Love you for all eternity, your friend. Susan

    • Nancy Holdren on June 13, 2022 at 10:57 pm

      So sorry for the loss of a loving wife, mother, grandmother, aunt and sister-in-law ! My thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this difficult time🙏♥️

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