Dave Booth Death, Obituary – The High Prairie Fish & Game Association Gun Club is in mourning at the loss of Dave Booth, who had been a member of the club in the past and was also a member of the club at this time. Booth had been a current member of the club. Due to the fact that Dave was an Exhibitor at the High Prairie Gun & Sportsman Show, he made it a point to attend the event on a regular basis. This event occurred on the same day of each month on a consistent basis. His displays, along with those of Dave and the rest of the Dave Booth Taxidermy team, have always been of the highest possible standard of excellence.
This is also true of the other members of the team. This is likewise the case with Dave’s presentations. They kept their status as a fan favorite throughout the entirety of the Show, which contributed to further solidify their reputation. We will miss him. Our thoughts and prayers are with Dave’s family and the countless others who, over the years, came to count him as a friend. We are sorry for your loss and offer our condolences. We ask that you please accept our most sincere condolences. Mr. Booth entered the world on March 8th, 1950 in the city of Columbus, Georgia, in the United States of America.
The year 1950 was the one that witnessed the happening of this event. When he was in the area, he would enjoy the great outdoors, go fishing and hunting, and shop at the local flea market. He would also go to the flea market in Lee County when he was there. He delighted in going shopping and did so frequently. In addition to this, he took great pleasure in spending quality time with his family and the many animals that made their home their permanent residence.