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Booty attributed his business success to the University of Virginia.He was a trustee of both the Colgate Darden School of Business Foundation and the College of Arts and Science Foundation. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Booty served on the vestry and as superintendent of the Sunday School when his children were young. He is survived by his daughters, Sarah Armstrong Hamlin and her husband, Frank Mallory Hamlin of Dallas, Texas and Frances Armstrong Ladd and her husband, Edward Bradford Ladd, Jr. He leaves behind his six grandchildren in whom he took extra delight: Elizabeth Wilkes Hamlin, John Thompson Hamlin, Henry Talbott Hamlin, Frances Campbell Ladd, Edward Bradford Ladd, III and Sarah Ruffm Ladd.He was a native of Hartford Connecticut, but had been a resident of Tupelo, Mississippi, for the past four years. He was a member of Ford's Colony and Montclair Country Clubs.He was a retired government employee and had served in the U. He began his career at Melpar working his way through college. He was awarded many commendations and awards in all aspects of his life.1960 - Bety Lou Elizabeth Albrite Johnson - (2/14/1985) - The Washington Post, Washington, D. - February 17, 1985 Betty Albrite Johnson, on February 14, 1985 at Fairfax Hospital, of Vienna, Virginia. Arrangements by Hines Rinadli Funeral Home, LLC, under Jewish Funeral Practices Committee of Greater Washington Contract 1960 - Barbara Kaye Anderson Swanner - (4/8/2017) - Barbara Kaye Swanner, 74, of Troutdale, the Flatridge Community, died Monday, April 8, 2017, at Alleghany Memorial Hospital in Sparta, N. Survivors include her husband, Roy Swanner of the home; daughter and husband, Raylyn and Ray Bryant of Independence; two sons, Billy Ray Bryant Jr.Wife of Roy Scott Johnson, mother of Brian K., Deborah R., and Tara D. of Catlett and Eric Bryant of Catlett; three sisters and spouse, Bonnie and Hershel Black of Troutdale, Betty Harris of Vienna and Beverly Anderson of Troutdale; three grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Reins-Sturdivant Funeral Home, Independence, is serving the family.Ed was loved and appreciated by many cousins, nieces and nephews.Preceded in death by his parents and brother, Stephen.
His many years of business experience spans various industries, including Wheat First Securities, Southern States Major League Bowling, and AMF Bowling, a venture he entered with long time friend and partner, William H Goodwin, Jr.
Beverley used his enthusiasm for business to contribute to the city that he loved.
He was a strong supporter of the revitalization of downtown Richmond and many other aspects of his city.
- February 17, 1985 Betty Albrite Johnson, 42, one of the original members of the Washington Redskinettes and choreographer for the Redskinettes for the last five years, died Feb.14 of cancer at Fairfax Hospital. Johnson, who was also executive secretary of the National Automobile Dealers Association, was born in Alexandria and graduated from Wakefield High School.
1960 - Beverley Wilkes Armstrong - (6/1/2011) - The Richmond Times-Dispatch from June 3 to June 4, 2011 Beverley Wilkes "Booty" Armstrong, born February 27, 1943 in Arlington, Virginia to Sarah Maupin Wilkes and John Franklin Armstrong, passed away peacefully at home in Richmond on June 1, 2011 after a prolonged illness.
Saturday, September 26th, Visitation will be at AM, Service at PM at Mountcastle Turch Funeral Home 4143 Dale Boulevard, Dale City, VA 22193. A Celebration of Life to follow at the Montclair Country Club.