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Albrite and grandaughter of Mrs. Saturday, February 16 at 1 a. Interment National Memorial Park. The Washington Post, Washington, D. Johnson, who was also executive secretary of the National Automobile Dealers Association, was born in Alexandria and graduated from Wakefield High School.
She had taken University of Virginia extension courses in the Washington area. A resident of Vienna, Virginia, Mrs. Johnson had taught baton twilling and acrobatics, and when she was younger had been Virginia state champion in baton twirling and acrobatics for two years.
Schultz Talyaand Joseph N. Interment will follow at King David Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to Congregation Beth El.
She was born Sept. At the request of the family, no service was held. Reins-Sturdivant Funeral Home, Independence, is serving the family. From his early years and throughout his life, Booty demonstrated leadership ability, intelligence, resilience, and love for his family.
He attended Wakefield High School and then continued his education at the University of Virginia where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts with distinction in He went on to pursue a Masters of Business at the Colgate Darden School of Business where he met most of his lifelong friends and colleagues.
Beverley used his enthusiasm for business to contribute to the city that he loved. He was a strong supporter of the revitalization of downtown Richmond and many other aspects of his city.
Booty was also the past Chairman of the Capital Region Airport Commission, a position he only recently resigned. Booty attributed his business success to the University of Virginia. A member of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Booty served on the vestry and as superintendent of the Sunday School when his children were young.
Booty was loved and respected by his family. He leaves behind his six grandchildren in whom he took extra delight: Schweers; and many relatives who will miss him.
The family wishes to thank the many friends and caregivers who supported Booty and his family over the years. All of the doctors and staff of MD Anderson, Dr. A memorial service will be held at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church on Saturday June 4 at 2 p. A reception will be held at the Commonwealth Club of Virginia afterwards.
He was a native of Hartford Connecticut, but had been a resident of Tupelo, Mississippi, for the past four years. He was a retired government employee and had served in the U. Navy in the early 60's.
Memorial services will be at 4 p. Pegues with Sammy Lansdell officiating. Visitation will be thirty minutes prior to services. He began his career at Melpar working his way through college.
He was a graduate from American University in Washington, D.
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