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Visitation

Rose and Black Funeral Home - Stoneboro
Friday December 10th, 2021
2:00pm - 4:00pm

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Visitation

Rose and Black Funeral Home - Stoneboro
Friday December 10th, 2021
6:00pm - 8:00pm

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Funeral Service

Rose and Black Funeral Home - Stoneboro
Saturday December 11th, 2021
11:00am - 12:00pm

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Marlene Reynolds Booher

Marlene Reynolds Booher, 78, of Sandy Lake, was called home by her Lord and Savior on December 6, 2021 surrounded by her loving family and friends. Marlene was born in Sandy Lake on January 27, 1943 to the late Marvin M. and Eva L. (Burke) Reynolds. She was a graduate of Lakeview High School. She married her sweetheart, Richard L. Booher on May 5, 1962. Together they lived in Germany while he was deployed from 1966-1968. When they returned to the Sandy Lake area, where they owned and operated Booher’s Service Station for 32 years. She also worked as a Secretary for Riverview Intermediate Unit #6 located in Clarion, PA for 20 years.

She was a member of Sandy Lake Presbyterian Church. Marlene was called on by the Lord to deliver spiritual messages and was a faithful servant. The Lord blessed her with gifts through words of poetry and song to deliver encouragement, understanding, and comfort to others. She was also given the gift of healing hands, by which she touched many people to provide pain relief, comfort, and blessings.


Marlene helped establish the Lakeview Helping Hands Center in Stoneboro which has provided countless families with support since its creation. She was recognized for many accomplishments in public speaking, inspirational coaching, grief counseling, mentoring, song writing, and was a published poet. Her grandchildren enjoyed the song she wrote especially for them, entitled “The Apple Tree”.


Marlene enjoyed many hobbies including card club, yard sales, second-hand stores, collecting antiques, going to the casino, trips to the beach, feeding the seagulls and her weekly puzzling and coffee visits with her life-long friends, Marta and Gail. Marlene was an avid flower gardener and took pleasure in sharing her love of flowers with others.
Most of all, Marlene was a devoted mother, grandmother, and friend. She will be remembered by all as a loving, spitfire with a great sense of humor and “tell it how it is” attitude.


Left to cherish her memory is her soul mate; Richard L. Booher of Sandy Lake, children; Lisa Uber of Stoneboro, Pamela Alexander and husband Brian of Sandy Lake, and Brian Booher and companion Crystal McIntire of Sandy Lake, grandchildren; Jeneil Beil and husband Nathanial of Sandy Lake, Evan Uber of Utah, Camaron Alexander and companion Caitie Marsteller of Sandy Lake, Emmily McClearn of Stoneboro, Ryleigh and Brayden Booher of Sandy Lake, great-grandchildren; Adilene and Declan Beil, and Murphy Canon, brother; Marvin “Jumbo” Reynolds and wife Judy of Sandy Lake, sisters-in-law Linda Reynolds of Sandy Lake and Sherry Reynolds of New Lebanon, as well as numerous nieces and nephews.


In addition to her parents, Marlene was preceded in death by her brothers, Jerry and Arlo Reynolds, sister Audine Reynolds Minshull and brother-in-law, Thomas Minshull.


Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Rose and Black Funeral Home & Crematory, Inc. 99 Franklin Street, Stoneboro, where family and friends are welcome from 2 – 4 pm and 6 – 8 pm on Friday, December 10. A funeral service will take place at 11 am on Saturday, December 11, at the funeral home with the Rev. Beth Creekpaum, officiating.


Interment will follow in Oak Hill Cemetery.


Online condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www.RoseAndBlackFH.com


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Guestbook

Aunt Marlene will be sadly missed, that words can not express...lots of great memories growing up. Thoughts and Prayers to all those she made an influence on.

Denny Stake Dec 10 2021 3:36 PM

I had the privilege of working with Marlene for a couple of years while employed by the Intermediate Unit. Her zest for life was amazing and she was so proud of her entire family. We loved the work that we did to support students with special needs and even managed to have some great conversations over lunch. Your family is being thought about and wished much comfort in the days and weeks to come.

Tom Mohney Dec 10 2021 2:39 PM

Sympathy Gift courtesy of Thomas Mohney. Group of 1 Memorial Trees Planted In Loving Memory of Marlene Reynolds Booher.

Thomas Mohney Dec 10 2021 1:46 PM

My children always remember aunt Marlene. She was like a second mother to me at one time. She will be deeply missed. Condolences to the family

Lena Devinney Dec 10 2021 7:55 AM

Have many fond memories and some fun times with Marlene. She was a very nice lady. Lots of prayers 🙏❤ to the family.

Barbara Hudson Dec 9 2021 7:52 PM

I was sad to hear of her passing. I, along w many others, have fond memories of our family reunions and other encounters w her. Marlene was a go getter and made a mark on this world that I am sure Jesus is smiling upon. Sympathies to all of her family. Carla Doutt

Carla Doutt Dec 9 2021 1:27 PM

I wish to convey my deepest sympathy to Marlene's family. I am sad to learn of her passing and know that she will be missed by many. I knew Marlene for many years and she was always a giving, thoughtful friend.

Bonnie Dodd Dec 9 2021 7:49 AM

Condolences from the Carter family

Kevin Carter Dec 8 2021 11:14 PM

Our sympathy to the family.
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Amy Segaty Dec 8 2021 9:57 PM

So sorry for your loss. Prayers are sent to family and friends.

Richard V King & Donna King Dec 8 2021 9:33 PM

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