|Birth: ||May 26, 1911|
|Death: ||Sep. 3, 2011|
Carmen Aschenfelder Booth
Born May 26, 1911 in Spokane
Continuing on her journey, September 3, 2011
The century of Carmen's life on this earth was focused on raising her family, exploring ancient cultures, civilizations and religions. Her passion was Greece and its history. Carmen was a free thinker and she encouraged open conversations about history, politics, and religion. Her home was decorated with treasures and art collected from her travels around the world.
Carmen was a child's delight, exposing her children and grandchildren to the world through music, poetry, art and most of all, interesting people. There was always a pot of soup, the smell of hot bread, music playing and the comfort of a smile. Her zest for life, quest for knowledge, compassion for those less fortunate, and her plans for the next party will be missed.
Carmen is survived by her adoring and devoted family, Children: Arden Ibatuan; Richland, Bill Booth, Bangkok, Thailand; Christine Grantham (Richard), Kennewick; Patrick Booth, Singapore. Grandchildren: Michael Carroll, Mark Ibatuan (Lynn), Eric Booth, (Waan), Prisana Rangsit Booth (Will Klose), Tabitha Zinsli (Brian), Randy Grantham. Great-Grandchildren: Jennifer Lopez (Jorge), Wendy Dammarell (Ryan), Daniel Rogers, Karis Rogers, Aariann Ibatuan, Blair Zilch, Jaiya & Djanu Klose, Tyler Barton (Britnie), and Madison Zinsli. Great-Great- Grandchildren: Jamison Barrera, Oliver Zilch, Ava Zilch, and Lilah Barton
Carmen is preceded in death by her parents Louis & Cora Aschenfelder, husband, Clarence Booth, son-in-law Robert Ibatuan and grandchildren: Shannon Ibatuan, Dr. David Carroll and great-grandson Benjamin Carroll, Esq.
A special thanks to Anna Voloshchuk at Grandridge Meadows Adult Family Home and De Viana for their outstanding care, love and compassion. The Booth Family would like to thank Carmen's many long-time friends for their many years of friendship.
A celebration of Carmen's life will be held: September 11, 2011 at 4:00 PM Shilo Inn 50 Comstock, Richland.
In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Carmen's favorite charity: SIGN Surgical Implant Generation Network 451 Hills Street, Suite B Richland, Washington 99354 www.sign-post.org (509)371-1107
Sunset Memorial Gardens
Created by: Della Meize
Record added: Oct 18, 2012
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