Jamie Marie Boothe was born Aug. 24, 1987 ,in Corsicana and passed away Sept. 11, 2019, in Allen at 32 years of age.
She spent her childhood at Cedar Creek Lake, graduating from Mabank High School in 2003. She loved the lake area, swimming, singing and taking videos with her two younger brothers. They enjoyed many trips together each summer with mom in the old van to new destinations and made a lifetime of memories.
Jamie married Thomas Smith and gave birth to her precious Madelyn Rose June 9, 2008.
She spent her business career in the mortgage loan industry completing her career with Valliance Bank of McKinney as a very successful mortgage loan processor.
Jamie loved everything music; she wrote music, played the guitar and sang like an angel. Her songs were always of love, nature and spirit inspired by her children. She loved photography as well, and took beautiful pictures and made crazy videos with her brothers and sister.
Jamie and Ken Dellinger began their journey three years ago. On July 24, 2017 they welcomed Walter Ray Dellinger into the world. Walter is a beautiful little boy, full of all of life’s promises inspired by his mother and father. Jamie, Ken, Madelyn and Walter loved to travel each weekend to new places. They loved to seek new adventures wherever the road took them together.
She believed in a spirit of unconditional love and in acceptance of all. Jamie peacefully awaits us all in the most beautiful place imaginable safely held in the arms of our Lord.
Jamie is survived by Ken Dellinger, children Madelyn Rose Smith and Walter Ray Dellinger, mother and stepfather Julie Lynn and Kirk Bonner of Whitney and father Jim Boothe of Gun Barrel City, brothers Daniel Blackburn Boothe of Austin and Paul Stanley Boothe of Gun Barrel City, stepbrother Robert Bonner of Washington, D.C., stepsister Haley Marie Harris and husband Casey Harris, grandmother Carol Eustis and husband Carroll Eustis of Grand Prairieand grandfather George Gurney of Taylor, Mich., Uncle Jerry andAunt Shelly Gurney and family of Taylor, Mich., and Aunt Donna and Uncle Bo Bosher and family of Grand Prairie.
Family and friends will gather to celebrate and share memories of Jamie’s too short life at 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21, 2019, at King Memorial United Methodist Church, 502 N. Colorado, Whitney. A memorial service will follow at 2 p.m. Everyone is invited to the Fellowship Hall afterwards for lunch.
If it is your wish, the family suggests contributions can be made in Jamie’s name to The American Cancer Society P.O. Box 22478, Oklahoma City, Okla., 73123, (800) 227-2345 or www.donate3.cancer.org.