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Clifford Booth

Clifford Otis Booth, Jr.
9.24.47 – 6.7.12

Clifford Otis Booth, Jr. – 64, of Helena, MT, passed away at his home on
June 7, 2012. Clifford was born on September 24, 1947, in Lampasas, Texas, to Clifford and Ann Booth. He joined the Army from 1968 to 1971 serving one year in Vietnam. He then served in the active National Guard Reserve as a supply tech and later as a personnel sergeant. While serving in the Guard, he met his wife, Louise Komar, at Fort Knox and they married in 1985. Following his military service, he went to work in the Civil Service, working at the 97th General Hospital in Germany and the Fort Sill Hospital before eventually moving to Montana, where he worked at the Department of Revenue before he retired. Clifford enjoyed Glacier National Park and loved to visit with people. He was exceptionally good at recognizing music. Clifford would often amaze people with his ability to tell people who had sung the song and when it charted. He also loved the movies, especially of the horror and sci-fi genre. He was preceded in death by his parents, but leaves behind his wife, Louise; a brother, Michael of Albuquerque, NM; and his adopted family that considered him as one of their own – his father-in-law, David J. Komar; brother-in-law and sisters-in-law, Barbara Komar, William Komar and Cheryl May, all of Great Falls, and Patricia Komar of Portland, OR. A visitation will be held on Monday evening from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Twichel Funeral and Cremation Service Chapel, located at 314 N. Rodney St. in Helena. A military graveside service will be held Tuesday, June 12, at 11 a.m. at the Montana State Veteran’s Cemetery at Fort Harrison. To offer condolences, please visit

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