Christian-Ruge-Obituary

In Memory Of

Christian Michael Ruge

Pleasanton, California

1989 - 2014

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My son walked through the same Valley as Christian. I feel your pain deeply and wish I could take it away somehow. Bless you.

Thoughts and prayers to your family during this difficult time!! Im so sorry for your loss!! He is now an Angel!!

Don't even know what to say... I'm still stunned and find Christian in my thoughts on a constant basis. My heart goes out to his family in these darkest of times and hope that they will soon find the light again.

Dear Tish and Bill:
We recently learned of Christian's passing and found it so difficult to believe. We fondly remember him especially during the boys' CYO basketball games. He always had a big hello and a smile for us over the years. We are so sorry for your loss. May you and your family find some measure of comfort and peace in the months ahead. Prayers will continue to be said for Christian and you.
The Needham/Peters family.

Dear Bill and Trish, We are terribly saddened to hear of Christians passing. We have such fond memories of him as a person and a great baseball player. Prayers and big hugs to both of you.

Terribly saddened to hear about Christian. Our prayers are with you and your family.

Bill & Tish, our hearts are broken. Please know you are both in our thoughts and prayers. We will always carry special memories of Christian in our hearts forever.

The Gimanelli's Family are very saddened and will miss Christian very much. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.

Ill never forget how much of a good person christian was to me I am still in shock iam so sorry to all the family... Rest In Paradise Ruge gone but never forgotten..

Obituary

Christian's Obituary

Christian Michael Ruge, born on November 23, 1989 passed away on March 14, 2014. Christian was born and raised in Pleasanton. Christian was a blessing to his family, friends and all who knew him. He was a kind soul, easy to be around, and touched many lives with his gentle spirit. He was always a...

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