Russell Booth, center, is flanked by his son-in-law Brack Lee, left, and grandson-in-law Tony Crowell. The three men run Booth Exterminating, which Booth founded with his brother in 1966.
Russell Booth, center, is flanked by his son-in-law Brack Lee, left, and grandson-in-law Tony Crowell. The three men run Booth Exterminating, which Booth founded with his brother in 1966. CINDY SCHAEFER
Russell Booth, center, is flanked by his son-in-law Brack Lee, left, and grandson-in-law Tony Crowell. The three men run Booth Exterminating, which Booth founded with his brother in 1966. CINDY SCHAEFER

Cary’s Booth Exterminating Co., and its owner, still going strong

April 27, 2016 05:30 AM

UPDATED April 27, 2016 09:30 AM

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