Robert (Bob) Booth

06.02.1939 - 03.02.2024

Funeral Service Information

Funeral Service at Mintlyn Crematorium on Monday, 19 February, 2024 at 10:00 am

Funeral Home: TFS - Kings Lynn

Donations

Donations can be made on behalf of the bereaved to their choice of charity.

Total raised:

525

Total excludes offline donations

In memory of Robert-a loved cousin of Julie.

Alan Dawes

You gave so much pleasure to so many people. A cultural and recording icon, so generous and so loved.

Tracey Barker

What a wonderful man. I enjoyed reading his books

Jack Madge

In memory of a wonderful relative.

Sara Stroet

We will miss the light hearted banter and anecdotes. R I P Robert

Geraldine and David Howard

Long memories even from our schooldays

Peter & Karen Wadham

In memory of Bob - an " O L " and one time The Howards neighbour. Requiescat in pace Bob

DAVID + DIANE MORGAN

Best teacher I ever had...taught me everything I know about chemistry

Richard Crisp

To a wonderful friend. I will miss our chats.

Gary , Clare & Jack

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Best job I ever had was working at Bayes in the 70’s. Robert was a great boss and his knowledge of music was off the scale. You will be greatly missed by many Bob not least by me. At peace now.

Linda Harris

Terrific Character Really put King’s Lynn on the map with his publications and photographs in his books. He will be greatly missed by the many that knew him.

John Stringer

Robert I certainly enjoyed working for you .You was great boss . RIP Robert Sandy

Sandra Collop

I will always remember Bob as a great Chemistry teacher. His lessons brought back the fun for me especially when he was never quite sure of the outcome of an experiment!

Valerie Ford

Great man, taught me Chemistry and sold me many records, still in my collection, also loved his books, big loss for all of Kings Lynn.

John Bloy

Bob loved the railways ,it gave me great pleasure in 2004 when as a driver on the north norfolk railway he spent the day on the footplate with me on locomotive "green arrow" he was over the moon, what a lovely man.

martin bridges

I always loved talking with Bob, mainly about Speedway. Lovely man, I shall miss our chats very much.

Jodie

Sincere sympathy to you all Janet so sorry we couldn't be with you today Cousin Pat Sara and Gavin, RIP Robert xx

Pat Nurse

So sad to lose my second cousin, Robert. He was my Mum's cousin and they lived as neighbours in their early years as their Dads bought houses next to each other. A true Booth polymath-so many different skills, interests and areas of knowledge. And mostly to me, a loved relative on that characterful side of my family. I will miss you.

Sara Stroet

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We couldn't have been treated any better, our conversations and arrangements were dealt with the utmost respect and sensitivity. When the funeral day came everything was dignified and professional, my loved one couldn't have been in better care, very pleased and would definately recommend.

Keith Page