Koka Booth is a former Mayor of Cary, North Carolina, a position in which he served for twelve years. He returned to his former position at the SAS Institute after retiring from politics. Cary honored him by naming the Regency Park Amphitheatre after him.
He is currently on the board of directors of Searstone Retirement Community.
- Oral History Interview with Koka Booth from Oral Histories of the American South
- Profile: Former Cary Mayor Koka Booth, CaryCitizen, June 30, 2010.
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