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Ruby Belle Ziemer

Tyler, Texas

Oct 1, 1923 – Mar 16, 2021 (Age 97)

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BORN
October 1, 1923
DIED
March 16, 2021
AGE
97
LOCATION
Tyler, Texas

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Burks-Walker-Tippit Funeral Directors - Tyler Obituary

Ruby B. Ziemer, arrived in Heaven on March 16, 2021 from her home in Whitney, Texas. She was born on October 1, 1923, in Dripping Springs, Texas. Orphaned at an early age, she grew up in Buckner Orphan’s Home in Dallas, Texas.  She married M. W. “Swede” Ziemer in 1944 in Austin, Texas.  They were happily married for 65 years.  They lived in Tyler for many years where Ruby owned her own beauty shop.  They traveled in their RV and then lived in San Bonito, Texas; Mesquite, NV; Clifton, Texas; and finally Whitney, Texas.


Burial will be at Cathedral in the Pines in Tyler at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, March 19.  She will be laid to rest next to her beloved husband.


Ruby is survived by her children: MerleAnn and husband Phil Weaver; son Jack Ziemer and wife Marie; children of her heart Dick and Barbara Jackson; grandsons Matthew Dahl and wife Stacy; Jason Dahl and wife Michelle, Andrew Dahl and wife Donna and great grandsons Mason Dahl, Asher Dahl, Ransom Dahl; bonus great grandchildren Halli and Mauri Barron; Caleb and Kelsey Burch; and Ally and Brooke Mincher; and bonus great great grandson Camden Lovston.


Ruby’s life was a testimony of God’s grace and provision and she blessed so very many people with her love, humor, strength, generosity, and wisdom. Those who have known her, know that she is full of joy in her heavenly home.

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Never had the joy of meeting Ms Ruby. Swede always spoke lovingly of her with a twinkle in his eyes. Treasure the memories

One of the sweetest ladies ever!!!! Loved me some Ruby Duby!!!!

MerleAnn, was so sorry to hear about your Mom. My prayers be with you.

i’m so sad to hear this sweet lady has passed and God’s hands.
she and her sweet husband work totally one of my mentors and sweet friends.
I know jack and MerlAnn will know that it is our loss as well as theirs.

Surely a blessing having Ruby and Swede in your best interest while growing up at Our Savior's Lutheran Church. Wonderful memories. Always that overwhelming smile like she knew what you were thinking and the many hugs she gave to let you know she cared. Special friend to many.
"Think not only upon their passing. Remember the glory of their spirit" - Chapel at Normandy Beach.
She sure had a neat spirit that won't be forgotten.