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October 28, 2013
God Bless you with many Happy Memories of all that Aunt Ruby left us with.
October 28, 2013
I will always remember Aunt Ruby standing so straight and tall with her shoulders back and taking her "favorite" pillow with her when ever she came to visit us in Lithonia, Georgia. She was always smiling and so loving to everyone. She will be missed.
Linda Burgess Dire, Blackshear, GA
October 18, 2013
May each of the family members be consoled knowing that Mrs. Ruby is resting peacefully with our Heavenly Father.

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Anne and Wofford Sinyard
October 18, 2013
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

Gayle, Frank and Brandon Borah
Byron, Ga
October 16, 2013
My own little mother died in 1978. You are the only mother I have had on earth since that time. You loved me as if I were your own flesh and blood. And I loved you back. Although you lost your ability to walk, you kept your mind, appetite, and sense of humor until the stroke two weeks before you went to Heaven. I think even then you kept your mind. You could not see us or talk to us, but it seemed that you could hear us and tried to respond. I will miss you but would not bring you back from your wonderful new home to that wheelchair and nursing home for all the world.
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