Jeremiah Dashun Booth, 22, of Kingsland, Georgia, passed away November
2, 2014, from the results of a tragic vehicle accident in Tuscumbia,
Jeremiah was born February 8, 1992 in Hampton VA. He is survived by his
proud parents, Lashun and Joyce Ann Booth. He also leaves behind his
sibilings, Quatrisha, Lashun Jr.,Shaletia,Tykeithtric and Delacey; and also
his brother-in-law and best friend Willie Thacker. His daughter Catalina
Janelle Booth his pride and joy of his life, his 9 nephews and 4 nieces will
truly miss him.
We are so proud of our baby boy…God had a better plan for his life so he
brought him home without any pain or suffering…He will always be in many
people heart. He had so much love and joy in his heart to share and was
always giving his last to others, his saying was that “God blessed us so
that we can be a blessing to others”.
Jeremiah resided in Camden County since 2001, and was a graduate of
Camden County High School. He was a member of Agape Christian Fellowship
Church. Jeremiah helped lead Camden County High to consecutive Class AAAAA
state titles in 2008 and 2009, and was a first-team all-state selection in
2009. With Booth seeing action along both the offensive and defensive lines,
Camden was a combined 28-2 over those two title seasons, including a 15-0
mark in 2008. A 6-foot-1, 315-pound defensive lineman, Booth started 12
games and played in 13 games for the University of North Alabama in the 2013
season, and finished with 26 total tackles — nine solo and five behind the
line of scrimmage — as the Lions went 10-3, captured the Gulf South
Conference title and reached the NCAA Division II playoff quarterfinals.
According to the university, he also started six games and played in 10 as a
junior, with eight total tackles.
Memorial services will be held Saturday, November 8, 2014, at 11 am at
Agape Christian Fellowship Church, with Pastor Jonny Rogers officiating.
The family will receive friends at the church one hour prior to services
from 10 am to 11 am.
Honorary Pallbearers: Lashun Booth, Jr., Tykeithtric Booth, Willie Thacker,
Delacey Spatcher, Robert Doyle, Donavan Doyle, Brad Cole, Devin Fizer,
Matthew Jackson, Antwan Session, and members of the 2008 and 2009
Camden County High School Championship Football Team.
Memorial contributions may be made to the college fund account for
Jeremiah’s daughter, Catalina Janelle Booth, which is set up at the Navy
Federal Credit Union, account number 3052533886.
Allison Memorial Chapel of St. Marys is in charge of arrangements.