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LaTonya Monique Booze
August 11, 1974 ~ October 16, 2023 (age 49) 49 Years Old
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LaTonya Monique Booze entered this world on August 11, 1974 and began her eternal rest on Monday, October 16, 2023. Tonya as she was affectionately called, life’s journey consisted of being a loving daughter, a fun sister, a spirited niece, a funny cousin, a devoted mom, an amazing wife, a good friend, an affectionate aunt, and a devoted caring grandmother.
Tonya was a graduate of Dunbar High School, class of 1993. After high school, she attended and graduated from Central State University with a bachelor’s degree in Management Information Systems, class of 2000. She was employed at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, 30 plus years.
Tonya was an avid fan of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. She also liked to spend her free time at the casino with family & friends.
Tonya was preceded in death by grandmother, Florine Johnson; father, Anthony Johnson, and son, Michael Baker III (Tre).
Tonya is survived by her husband, Deon Booze; daughter, Destiny Booze; mother, Linda (Larry) Wright; sisters Candice Johnson and Tameeka Pardue; brothers, LaMont Robertson, Tory Pardue & AJ; step children, Deon and Marte' Booze; grandchildren Golden and Hailey Jones, Keon Booze and baby Rae; nieces and nephews, Torrion (Jalyn) Robertson, Torriona Robertson, Jeron Edgerton, Kevin Nared III, Meme, Daija, JT, Baby Tory and Chy along with all those who loved her and will miss her dearly.
Tonya touched the lives of many people and will be deeply missed.