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Henry Booth III

December 15, 1971 - September 12, 2020
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Henry Booth III, 48 passed away peacefully at Reston Hospital on September 12, 2020. Henry was born on December 15, 1971 in Washington D.C. He is survived by his three children Harrison, Mia, Carissa, his sister, Merren, and his father, Hank. Henry was a loving dad, son, brother, and friend to many. He created wonderfulContinue Reading

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Greg Pass left a message on October 31, 2020:
You were a good man and a great cop. Thanks for the good times. You are missed. - Greg
Julie Booth left a message on October 11, 2020:
My heart has never been so sad. Everyday I wake up, I try and think of a new memory. There were so many! We met at James Madison University. We both worked at the cafeteria. One evening, we worked in the dishwasher area together. He noticed my combat boots. I told him I was once in the Army and then the conversations started. We began dating and he became the love of my life. I often told him he should be a stand up comedian. He always kept me laughing! Soon after we graduated, we married and welcomed our son, Harrison. Before Harrison's birth, he came to every lamaze class. When the special day arrived, breathing techniques went out the window. I remember Henry tried to make me feel better by pretending to be Captain Kirk in one of the hospital chairs. I was laughing and crying at the same time. When we took Harrison home, Henry took paternity leave and took such good care of us. I miss you everyday! Love, Julie
Glenn Sedam left a message on October 11, 2020:
I am shocked and saddened to hear this news. I have known Henry since we were in the third grade. In school, Henry was known for his kindness, character, and work ethic. His grades were excellent due to his drive for success. His athletic accomplishments were driven by his emphasis on fundamentals. His success made him a leader that others admired. All the while, he remained humble and gracious. He was everyone's friend. I remember a day when we were 10 or 11 years old walking back to his house after playing down the street. His mom told us to be back by a certain time because she had an important appointment. We were cutting it close. On the way back Henry noticed a little boy being picked on by a group of older kids. He insisted we stop to help the boy and escort him around the block and away from harm. That made us late, and his mom was furious when we finally returned. Henry was grounded for many days to come. But he never regretted the decision. Those were the kind of choices he made on a regular basis. RIP my friend. You will be missed.
Northern Virginia Burial & Cremation Society left a message:
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