Ruth Miller

Ruth G. Miller KINGSTON- Ruth G. Miller, 88, of Reynolds Street Kingston, died Thursday Nov. 29, 2012, at Health Alliance of the Hudson Valley Kingston Hospital Campus. Born July 10, 1924 in Kingston, she was a daughter of the late Charles an Lilly (Bleau) Bernard. Ruth worked for the Fuller Shirt Company and as the cook for Saint Mary's Church. She was a member of the V.F.W. Ladies Auxiliary and the Kingston Maennerchor and Damenchor. She loved to travel and dance. She enjoyed spending time with her family, playing cards, bowling, and games. Ruth lived her life to the fullest. Surviving is her daughter, Marianne Szymanski and her husband Ed, of Kingston; beloved companion, Walter Bruchholz; grandchildren, Theresa A. Kelly and her husband Alan, Dawne M. Shaffer, and her husband Kirk; great-grandchildren, Kyle Kelly, Evan Kelly, Alan Kelly, Christopher Shaffer; and many nieces and nephews, also survive. Her husband, Charles E. Miller, died in 1981; her children, Charles Edward Jr., Charlene Ruth, and Lilly Isabelle Miller; brothers and sisters, Eugene and Charles Bernard, Flevie Stauble, Harriett Brandow, Marion Colao, Gladys Eigo, Edward Bernard, Doris Bishop and her twin brother, Donald Bernard; and Bernard Bernard, also died previously. Funeral and cremation arrangements are under the guidance of the Joseph V. Leahy Funeral Home, Inc., 27 Smith Avenue, Kingston. Friends will be received at the funeral home on Monday from 4 to 8 p.m. A funeral procession will form 9 a.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 10 a.m. at Saint Mary's Church. Final prayers and commendation at Wiltwyck Community Mausoleum. Cremation to be held at Wiltwyck Crematory. Inurnment Saint Mary's Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy may be made in the form of contributions to Saint Mary's Church, 160 Broadway, Kingston, N.Y., 12401.

Funeral Home

Joseph V. Leahy Funeral Home, Inc. - Kingston
27 Smith Avenue  Kingston, NY 12401
845 331-3272
Published in the Daily Freeman on Dec. 2, 2012