Lucille (Woodson) Booker

Born: Thu., Apr. 8, 1920
Died: Sun., Jan. 20, 2019

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Lucille (Woodson) Booker, 98, of Terryville, widow of George Booker, passed away Sunday January 20, 2019, at The Pines at Bristol.

Lucille was born April 8, 1920 in Amelia County, Virginia, daughter of the late Charles E. and Rose (Southall) Woodson. Prior to her retirement she was self-employed as a domestic worker for many years. Lucille was a member of the Terryville Congregational Church and was a resident of Terryville for 65 years.

She leaves several nieces and nephews, great nieces and nephews and great great nieces and nephews.

Private services and burial in Hillside Cemetery Terryville will be held in the spring.

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Jackson Family
   Posted Thu January 24, 2019
We would like to express our deepest sympathy. May those precious memories be foremost in your hearts and minds during this difficult time.
Isaiah 25:8

Sally J. Barnes
   Posted Sun January 27, 2019
To Lucille's Family,

I knew Lucille and George my whole life. They were my friends and my family's friends too. It was always such a joy to see either one of them and I enjoyed our many, many talks. She and George were such wonderful people and I will miss her and I do miss George greatly. A lot of the "old school" members of the Terryville Congregational Church including my mother and father are all together now and catching up.
My condolences to you all.

Michele Benson
   Posted Sun January 27, 2019
I was blessed to visit Lucille for the past six years through our Called to Care team at Terryville Congregational Church. She was such a remarkable woman. I loved all her stories from the days on the farm in Virginia to coming to Connecticut. I will cherish our time together. I was supposed to be there for her, but she gave me so much more. When I arrived to her home for my birthday in 2015, she had tea made, had taken out her china and had baked me a homemade birthday cake. What a wonderful thing she did at 95 years young. I will forever keep her in my heart. I hope she's enjoying her reunion with all those she lost during her 98 years here. RIP Lucille!

Holly Barnes Dozois
   Posted Tue January 29, 2019
To Lucille's relatives,

I was greatly saddened to read of Lucille's passing. What a remarkably long life she had! Both she and George were very special people and friends of my parents - Louis and Lois Barnes. I remember talking with both of them years ago, when my mother had George cane an old chair for her - as well as other things she had him work on. They are part of my childhood memories and will not be forgotten. Now she and George are back together again. I hope you have wonderful memories to sustain you during this difficult time.

Tim Chapulis
   Posted Sun February 17, 2019
So sorry on the passing of Lucille she was a wonderful Proud Lady who was a Democrat who helped over the many years with our local elections I had many visits with Lucille & wonderful stories she would share may you Rest In Peace and I thank you for your Friendship


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