Celebrating the life of Lonnie A Booth, Jr.
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After working several years in Metro Richmond a monumental opportunity arrived and Lonnie moved to Columbus, Ohio to work with NextLevel Sports Agency! Lonnie was extremely well liked and respected by many who came in to his presence. Lonnie held various roles within the agency and impacted the lives of several athlete both college and professional carrying the nicknames, “Bro”, “Big Bro” and “Money L”. Within the last several years, his attention strayed to his greatest attribute, servicing others. He had the ability to drive any vehicle he climbed in - 18 wheeler or sports car. However, he choice was a passenger bus, providing medical transportation to the elderly until his untimely passing.
Lonnie leaves to cherish his memories: his wife, Laverne Fenderson of Columbus, Ohio, his son and daughter-in-law, Dylan and Stephanie Booth; two grandchildren, Josiah and Uriah Booth; his mother, Yvonne Booth; his father and step-mother, Deacon Lonnie and Diane Booth; his four brothers, Antoine Booth, Michael Booth, Aaron Booth, Dane Robertson (Teisha); his two step siblings, Leondra Robertson and Lee Robertson, Jr.; his six aunts and his three uncles, his great uncle and aunt. A host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Funeral Service, Monday, August 12, 2019 at 12noon at Chester Grove Baptist Church, Amelia. Interment: Chester Grove Baptist Church Cemetery.
Michael W. Hawkes Funeral Home of Amelia in charge of arrangements.
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