Photo courtesy of Berger Memorial Chapel

Ruth G. Cohen

College Station, Texas

Jul 20, 1933 - Sep 30, 2013 (Age 80)

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To express our deep sympathy to you on your loss. We thank Ruth for being there for Aaron as he served our country in the military as well as NASA. This couple served our country well. May God's Speed Be With Aaron & Ruth & Family. cjo

Ruthie was so sweet to me during my years working for Aaron at NASA. She was truly a lovely lady and will be sadly missed by all who knew her. Both she and Aaron will live in my heart forever. May her family find peace in knowing how much she loved them all.

Ruth will always be remembered by me and our mutual friend Helen Siegel who is disabled. She would call to visit Helen and would bring a delicious casserole. The food, her phone calls, and her friendship will always be remembered.

My husband, Cal, and Aaron became good friends during their days together working for many years at NASA . Ruth and I met through our husbands. We had many wonderful times together, playing bridge with them for years and doing other things as well. Cal and I now live in Oregon, a long way from where Ruth and Aaron lived, so we did not see them very much in these later years. We did have a chance to visit with Ruth perhaps two years ago. She was her usual gracious, friendly and warm-...

Ruth Cohen touched the lives of many with her kindness, her smile, and her wit. She certainly was a special part of my life for over 40 years. She will be missed by all those who loved her. My thoughts and prayers are with the family during this time of loss.

Ruth was my dear friend since the 8th grade. We had many great times together which continued into college and afterwards. I shall always remember her kindness and sweet ways. May you rest in peace. Jerry Anne Beard Wehman

Ruthie was always cheerful, upbeat, somebody to look up to. And another thing, it comes to mind especially at reunions and other contacts with the old alma mahtur, the cast party at her house after the last performance (two were presented) of You Can't Take it With You, it was a blast as some of her classsmates will probably recall. - John Austin

Ruth worked with my mother for 15 years at UofH Clear Lake and they were good friends during that time. Very sweet lady!

I used to have brief discussions with her in 90s at UH CLC Library. Always smiling and helpful. If my memory is right, Nancy gave her Mom a great tribute at Aaron Cohen's Retirement Farewell at Gilruth. Great lady. Share your loss. May God be with you all to bear this affliction.