Helen was born in Jones, OK to George D. and Cara L. Osburn. The oldest and last surviving of 6 siblings. Helen worked in the insurance industry for many years, eventually owning and operating an insurance agency with her husband, Lee Booze. She was active in many civil and social groups and was always willing to volunteer or serve as president where ever she was needed until Parkinson’s made her physically unable to do so. Even when Parkinson’s was disabling her, she still served as president for the Pavilion II Residence Council at Spanish Cove Retirement Village where she lived for the past 16 years of her life. She worked for the Oklahoma County Election Board, volunteered at Integris Southwest Medial Center, Oklahoma City Christian Women’s Association, Oklahoma City local chapter of AARP, and was very active with her church. She was a very good bowler, winning several awards and was the champion of Wii bowling at Spanish Cove for many years. She loved to knit, crochet, sew, camp, travel and was always ready to play a card game, which she was able to do till the time of her death. She was preceded in death by her parents; 5 siblings; spouse Lee Booze; son, Richard C. Hall; grandchildren, Monte and Bryan Bolton; great granddaughter Sarah Bolton. She is survived by her daughters Judith Bolton (Edgar) of St. George, UT and Karen Willsey (Bob) of Okla. City, OK; 6 grandchildren, Gary Bolton, Katrina Bolton Duvalois, Geoffery Bolton, Jonathan Bolton, David Willsey and Cara Willsey; 18 great-grandchildren; 9 great-great grandchildren and 2 additional on the way; and numerous nieces and nephews. . Visitation will be Thursday, December 28, 2017 from 1-8 PM with family receiving guests from 5-7 PM at Buchanan Funeral Service. A funeral service will be at 1 PM Friday, December 29, 2017 at Cherokee Hills church of Christ with burial immediately following at Jones City cemetery. If you prefer, donations may be made to ‘In Search of the Lords Way ministry in memory of Helen Booze. In her words, Christ, family, and friends were a blessing. Her wish for all is to be kind to one another with a forgiving heart as Christ forgives us.
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