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Ruby Ridenoure – April 1, 2021

Monday, April 12th, 2021

Ruby Ridenoure

Ruby Ridenoure was born in Winslow, Arkansas on April 26th, 1928 to Lindon and Sarah Fritch. She was the sixth child of nine children. She learned to work hard as a child and that quality remained with her throughout her adult life. Ruby and her husband Elwood, who passed away in 2005, were married for 58 years.

Together they had four children. Ruby who was a stay-at-home mom when their children were small eventually took on some jobs outside the home. She worked at the local bakery, in the potato fields and, also, in the garlic fields before hiring on as a cook with the Susanville Elementary Schools. A job she truly loved and stayed with for 28 years at which time she retired. As much as she loved her job, her retirement brought her a lot of enjoyment and allowed her to spend more time with Elwood, family, and friends.

Ruby is survived by her four children, Rick Ridenoure, Darrell (Mary) Ridenoure, Jahna (Gary) Kirack, Ron (Roz) Ridenoure and grandchildren, Michael (Kimberly) Kirack, Darren (Julie) Kirack, Jolene (Jay) Laughlin, Katie (Jason) Braverman, Beth (Tom) Austin, Lori Ridenoure, Mark Carriere, Jeff Carriere, Gyna (Brandon) Wohlers
and Derek (Rebecca) Ridenoure and great grandchildren, Valerie Carriere, Keegan, Cody and Katelyn Kirack, Connor and Landon Kirack, Brianna Braverman, Miriam and Leah Wohlers, Neriah and Liana Ridenoure, Titus and Naomi Austin, Jason (Kassi) Laughlin and great great granddaughter Reilly Laughlin. And sisters Elizabeth VanBebber, Dorothy Richey and sister-in-law Barbara Fritch.

Ruby was a wonderful and caring person who had a strong faith in God which she carried over into her everyday life. She loved her family and was always there for them. She will be forever missed and will always be remembered as a loving wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother and friend.

In Memory

It broke our hearts to lose you, but you did not go alone,
A part of us went with you, the day God took you home.
If tears could build a stairway and heartaches make a lane,
We’d walk our way to heaven and bring you back again.
In Life we loved dearly, in death we love you still.
In our hearts you hold a place, no one could everfill.

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