12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Thursday, September 1, 2022
Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church
75 East High Street
Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania, United States
Ginny Morehouse posted a condolence
Thursday, August 25, 2022
Aunt Ruth was a smart, confident, and creative person. I will always remember her sitting around Grandmom’s (her mother’s) dining room table, taking, eating and sharing with family. Though I was one of the younger cousins, she gave me eye contact and actually listened when I spoke, making me feel important and a true part of the family. Rest In Peace, Aunt Ruth. We love and miss you very much.
Kathy Kampia Lomonaco FitzGerald posted a condolence
Friday, August 19, 2022
When I was a young child, I was attacked by a neighbor's German Shepherd while riding my bike up the street. Aunt Ruth visited soon thereafter and brought me a German Shepherd stuffed animal to help me get over my new fear of big dogs. I will never forget that she did that for me, and it is a memory of my childhood I will never forget. Since then she has been one of my biggest fans, always saying positive things to me in her comments on Facebook, sending holiday cards etc. and I could tell she put a lot of thought into what she wrote. I lost an Aunt that I didn't get to see much in the last few years because of geographical distance and Covid keeping people apart along with my family's busy schedule. I remember my Grandmother (Aunt Ruth's mother) telling me about when she gave birth to Ruth, her first born, and how she heard the church bells ringing in the background. I picture church bells ringing and her in overwhelming peace and joy as she has gone to be with our dear heavenly Father in heaven. To close, I want to be the type of person that is remembered in the way that I remember Aunt Ruth, that I was their biggest fan. We will miss you Aunt Ruth......
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Wednesday, August 17, 2022
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