- 81 years old
- Date of birth: Sep 25, 1935
- Date of passing: Feb 11, 2017
|Let the memory of Ruth be with us forever|
This website was created in memory of our beloved Wife, Mother, Grandmother, and Friend, Ruth Engelman, 81, born on September 25, 1935 and passed away on February 11, 2017.
Mom had a beautiful heart. She always put others before herself because she had a genuine concern and love for everyone she came in contact with. Especially her family. Her strength, determination, endless energy, and optimism were an inspiration to all of us. We love you mom and will miss you forever.
Please fee free to browse this site and leave a tribute, story, or personal memory, and join us for a Memorial Service on March 12th to celebrate Ruth's life.
March 12, 2017 @ 2:30pm
United Church of Sun City
11250 N 107th Ave,
Sun City, AZ 85351
In memory of Ruth and her struggle, please consider a donation to the Alzheimers charity of your choice (or you can use the link below) and help find a cure for this devastating disease. Thank You!
"Mom, you were always there for me no matter what the circumstances. I will miss seeing you, but your memory will be with me forever. I love you Mom."
"I am so sad to hear of Ruth's passing. She was a wonderful bridge friend; we had so many good times together. She was such s light in my life, as she was to so many others---at her church or neighborhood.
She was truly a great LADY, and will be missed!"
"So sorry to hear about Ruth. She was a wonderful lady and great friend. I remember all the 9 holes of golf we played together. Phil enjoyed golf with Bob too. Ruth was a great hostess and we were fortunate to attend many parties at her house. She loved people and I was blessed to have known her. She will be greatly missed.
"The world is a little poorer for Ruth's passing. She was always a favorite person in my life. I shall miss her."
"Sorry to hear of Ruth's passing. We have so many memories of our times together. I know she will be missed. Our sympathy to the family. Jan & Bill Doxtader"
"She was a light to us all. When we moved here she came by and greated us. She always had a smile and kind word
We miss her, greatly"
"Grandma was one of my best friends, especially as a kid. I remember anticipating weekend visits to her and Grandpa's house where my brother and I would spend the night over there. Grandma made everything fun for us, whether we were playing games or helping her make food. She always insisted on holding our hands and saying a prayer before we all went to bed. It was easy to see how much she loved her grandchildren; She was the most selfless, caring, and hard working woman I've ever met and I miss her every day."
"We miss you but know you are in a great place. You were wonderful as our block watch chairman. We will do our best to make you proud of us.
Rhett and Carol Sears"
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