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Bryan Christopher Booth

December 29, 1967 ~ August 10, 2021 (age 53)

Obituary

Celebration of life services honoring and remembering Bryan Christopher Booth will be held Monday August 16, 2021 at the Cedar Ridge Christian Church. Interment will follow in Park Grove Cemetery. Bryan passed away Tuesday, August 10, 2021 in Tulsa at the age of 53.

The service will be livestreamed here:

Bryan was born in Springfield, Illinois December 29, 1967. He relocated several times throughout his childhood throughout various parts of the country.

Always a hard worker, Bryan worked a variety of places until he settled on his chosen profession in the field of I.T. and recently excelled in networking. He was highly esteemed by many of his colleagues in the U.S. and Abroad for his strong work ethic, intelligence, humor and friendship. He was known to say "all my stuff works" and it always did. He was most recently employed by the Tulsa International Airport as a network engineer and administrator.

Bryan started playing basketball when he was a 5th grader and excelled in the sport throughout high school. He played in several church teams as he got older.

He graduated from Broken Arrow High School with the Class of 1986. Always a whiz with technology, Bryan studied Electrical Engineering at Oklahoma State University.

Bryan was known by many who loved him to be a sweet, gentle soul.

Bryan met Debby through a mutual friend, and it was love at first sight. In fact, they broke their curfew by 3 hours on their first date just staying up talking to each other. Debby told her brother and sister-in-law proudly the next day that she was going to marry him. She did just that, they joyfully entered the bonds of holy matrimony on August 12, 1989 at the First Christian Church in Choteau and remained lovingly devoted to each other for 32 years.

Bryan was known to be quite a “gamer,” excelling in many many games and strategically studying the games, taking notes relentlessly.

A sports enthusiast, Bryan enjoyed the years he spent helping designing wifi networks for large venues. Especially, for several sports stadiums all over the United States

Fun loving, godly, goofy at times, and lover of all things flannel, were the characteristics that would best describe Bryan.

He was always there for anyone that ever needed anything, especially anyone needing a good father figure, mentor or a friend. There were several special people he considered to be his "adopted children" and immediately had an extra special place in his heart from the moment he met them.

Bryan was a devoted member of the Cedar Ridge Christian Church and a devout Christian.

Surviving family members include his wife, Deborah K. Booth; his four children, Jeff, Josh, Nikki, and Zoe;
And his "Adopted Children" Philip, Tina, Tyler, Jake, Mina, George, and Brandon. his parents, Vicki Wallace, David Booth and wife, Rebecca; his brother, Brett Booth and wife, Karen; sister, Katie Conklin and husband, George; various minis, and his beloved giant schnauzer and faithful companion, Soggybeard’s Grand Master Uptown Funk!

Bryan was preceded in death by his brother, Jeffrey Adam Booth the 1st, and his stepfather, Jack Wallace.

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Services

Funeral
Monday
August 16, 2021

10:00 AM
Cedar Ridge Christian Church
4010 W. New Orleans Street
Broken Arrow, OK 74011

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