wiN BOOTH
I have learned today (13/04/2017) that Win Booth, wife of the late Ted Booth, has passed away. Win would have celebrated her 90th birthday on the 30th of April this year. I have to be honest and say that whenever we were in Ted and Win’s company, it was always Ted that everyone wanted to talk with and for Ted to share experiences of his famous brother. Win however never begrudged Ted the limelight that the Society gave to him and I think she was very happy that everyone wanted to talk to him. Ted of course was George Formby’s youngest brother and Ted and Win were very well known to members through the pages of the Vellum magazine and at our Blackpool conventions up until Ted’s passing in 2007. On behalf of the committee and members of The George Formby Society, I extend sincere condolences to Win’s family.
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Win and Ted at Haydock Park in 2004
wiN BOOTH
I have learned today (13/04/2017) that Win Booth, wife of the late Ted Booth, has passed away. Win would have celebrated her 90th birthday on the 30th of April this year. I have to be honest and say that whenever we were in Ted and Win’s company, it was always Ted that everyone wanted to talk with and for Ted to share experiences of his famous brother. Win however never begrudged Ted the limelight that the Society gave to him and I think she was very happy that everyone wanted to talk to him. Ted of course was George Formby’s youngest brother and Ted and Win were very well known to members through the pages of the Vellum magazine and at our Blackpool conventions up until Ted’s passing in 2007. On behalf of the committee and members of The George Formby Society, I extend sincere condolences to Win’s family.
Win and Ted at Haydock Park in 2004