Booth, Cynthia Ann (Kitchens)
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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma
October30, 2008, pg 14A

Cynthia Ann (Kitchens) Booth, 47, died Wednesday. Services 2 pm Saturday (Brown's Atoka)

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Durant Daily Democrat

Published: Saturday, November 1, 2008 2:57 PM CDT

Funeral services were held Saturday at Brown's Funeral Chapel, Atoka, for Cynthia Ann (Kitchens) Booth, a resident of the Caney area for the past seven years, who passed away Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2008, at Oklahoma City. She was 47 years, 7 months and 14 days old. Bro. Woody King officiated.

Cynthia was born March 15, 1961, to Kenneth Edward Kitchens and Thelma Davis Kitchens at Westminster, Calif. She attended school at Wilburton and Moore and graduated from Indianapolis High School. She also attended Southeastern Oklahoma State University in Durant. She worked for a CPA in the clerical capacity.

She married Larry Booth at Alvin, Texas, in 1988, whom she later divorced.

She is survived by her daughters Morgan Booth of Austin, Texas, and Caitlin Booth of Duncan; father and stepmother Kenneth Kitchens and wife Linda of Sallisaw; mother and stepfather Thelma Cole and husband Larry of Caney; brother Michael Kitchens and wife Charity of Oklahoma City; sister Lori Evans of Caney; stepbrother Billy Don Evans of Wilburton; stepsister Rhonda Carlisle of Memphis, Tenn.; nieces Tori, Shelby and Sydney Kitchens of Oklahoma City; nephew Hunter Mills of Caney; along with numerous aunts, uncles and other relatives, and many dear and loved friends.

Pallbearers were Michael Kitchens, Billy Don Evans, Chris Rado, Joe Kitchens, Richard Kitchens and Curtis Kitchens.

Burial: Perkins Cemetery
Caney, Atoka County, Oklahoma, USA

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