Walter Stephen “Walt” Booth

Walter Stephen “Walt” Booth

Birth
Elizabeth, Union County, New Jersey, USA
Death
11 Oct 2012 (aged 62)
Forest Glen, Montgomery County, Maryland, USA
Burial
Cremated, Other. Specifically: Ashes held by wife.
Memorial ID
98689131 View Source

Attorney

Walter was an attorney for 35 years, admitted to practice in Maryland, the District of Columbia, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. He concentrated much of his work on helping people to obtain Maryland Handgun Carry Permits and was sometimes called "The Gun Guy" in Maryland. In the words of an officer in a Maryland gun club, Walter Booth was the "go-to guy" to talk to when someone had a problem involving guns and Maryland law. His J.D. was from Catholic University (1977); his B.A. was from Rutgers University (1972). Early in his career, Walt worked as an attorney for the National Rifle Association. For most of his career, Walt was in private practice with his own law office in Bethesda, Maryland. He was a member of the Montgomery County (Maryland) Board of Appeals. Walt was survived by his wife of 33 years and by his three sisters. Walt was the son of Dr. Walter S. Booth (1904-1986) and Matilda Booth (1912-2000), of Elizabeth, New Jersey.

Attorney

Walter was an attorney for 35 years, admitted to practice in Maryland, the District of Columbia, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. He concentrated much of his work on helping people to obtain Maryland Handgun Carry Permits and was sometimes called "The Gun Guy" in Maryland. In the words of an officer in a Maryland gun club, Walter Booth was the "go-to guy" to talk to when someone had a problem involving guns and Maryland law. His J.D. was from Catholic University (1977); his B.A. was from Rutgers University (1972). Early in his career, Walt worked as an attorney for the National Rifle Association. For most of his career, Walt was in private practice with his own law office in Bethesda, Maryland. He was a member of the Montgomery County (Maryland) Board of Appeals. Walt was survived by his wife of 33 years and by his three sisters. Walt was the son of Dr. Walter S. Booth (1904-1986) and Matilda Booth (1912-2000), of Elizabeth, New Jersey.


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