Virginia Booth Littleton

 United States

  • Date Of Birth: January 2, 1934
  • Date Of Death: August 18, 2021
  • Spouse: Joseph Robert Littleton
  • Siblings: Robert Booth (brother)
  • Children: Shannon L. Senna, Kimberly L. Topper, Cynthia L. Montgomery, Michael Joseph Littleton, Pam L. Kenney, Adam Booth Littleton
  • Occupation: Homemaker
  • City: Dacula
  • State: Georgia

Virginia Booth Littleton of 3318 Ridgemill Circle, Dacula, Georgia 30019 died Wednesday, August 18, 2021 peacefully at her home.

Virginia was born on 1-2-34 in Cincinnati, Ohio & was the daughter of the late William Booth & Edna Scheuerle Booth, and widow of Joseph Robert Littleton of Chicago.

She is preceded in death by her siblings; William Booth Jr., & Shirley Booth Koehler, son-in-law Brian Kenney, & granddaughter Noel Littleton.

Virginia was a dedicated wife to Joseph for 43 years until his passing in 1997. She was a homemaker, gardener, a novel reader, community volunteer, worked with EDS & was a friend to all. Virginia spent her life installing strong Catholic traditions, morals, & principals in her children.

Virginia leaves behind her 7 children & their families; daughter Shannon L. Senna & Joe Senna of Jacksonville, daughter Kimberly L. Topper & Dr Michael Topper of Greensboro, daughter Cynthia L. Montgomery & Emory Montgomery of Dacula, son Michael Joseph Littleton & Starla Littleton of Lilburn, daughter Paige L. Steen & David Steen of Arden, NC, daughter Pam L. Kenney of Buford, son Adam Booth Littleton &Andrea Littleton of Dacula., GA, & brother Robert Booth of Cincinnati, OH.. She was blessed to love 14 grandchildren, 9 great grandchildren, & a host of nieces & nephews.

Growing up in Cincinnati, she was a member of Saint Patrick’s Catholic Church & School of Northside. She graduated from The Ursuline Academy & attended U of C. Upon moving to Atlanta in 1964, Virginia was a member of St John Neumann Catholic Church of Lilburn & a Catechist instructor. After raising her children, Virginia & Joe retire to Lake Hartwell., SC. Virginia was independent, an unconditional loving woman, gifted with a fun wit, & endowed with incredible personal strength which she attributed to God.