Clifton Lloyd Booth

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Clifton Lloyd Booth is proceeded in death by his father, Clifton C. Booth, mother Rhea Deloris Todd Booth, sister Carol Aurther and his loving wife Nina W. Bryan Booth. 

Lloyd and Nina were blessed with four children: Clifton L Booth (Jay), who resides in Kona, Hawaii; and his two daughters Laci L. Culbreth residing in Savannah Georgia  and her two daughters Zoe and Paige and Lexie Booth of Billings; Joseph J Booth, who resides in Reed Point and their two sons Nathan Booth and Logan Booth; Penny J. Booth-Crawshaw and her husband Stephen Crawshaw of Biggs, Calif. and Robert J. Booth and wife Cheryl Booth and their three sons Dylan, Cooper and Rio.

Clifton was a man of many talents. As a young man he played in a band Pat and the Playboys and he played drums, piano and guitar.

He broke many horses even into his older age and loved ranch life so in 1968 he purchased a ranch in Reed Point.

He also drove semis and hauled many things during the years like oil, logs, propane, military equipment, freight and was the first to pull a set of triples over the home stake pass. He retired from the teamsters union with more than 30 years of service and was very proud of his career.

He was a life long member of the NRA and loved to do reloading and shooting. He was very passionate of black powder Shiloh Sharps rifles and during the years he purchased one for his sons and all of his grandsons.

He was a very charitable man, donating funds to the Special K Ranch and St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.

Most of all, he was a very loving husband and father and he will be missed greatly by his family and all that knew him. A graveside service will be held on June 8 at 1 p.m. Any memorials can be sent to the Special K Ranch, PO Box 479 Columbus, Montana 59019.