Ruth-(Crowder) Coleman-Obituary

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Ruth B. (Crowder) Coleman

Williamsport, Indiana

Dec 19, 1927 – Jul 27, 2020 (Age 92)

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BORN
December 19, 1927
DIED
July 27, 2020
AGE
92
LOCATION
Williamsport, Indiana

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Grady Funeral Home - Williamsport Chapel Obituary

Ruth B. (Crowder) Coleman, age 92 of Williamsport, IN last night joined the angel choir at 8:30 p.m. on July 27, 2020 at her residence, surrounded by her loving family.


 


Ruth was born December 19, 1927 in Parke County, IN. She was the daughter of Ned “Bud” Crowder and Leona (Glaze) Crowder. Ruth attended Kingman schools.
She married Simon Coleman Jr. on June 5, 1945.


 


Ruth resided in Warren County for over sixty years. She was a member of Church of GOD in Veedersburg.IN, and had been attending the Attica Free Methodist Church with her daughter. Ruth enjoyed sewing, quilting, and crafting. She loved her dogs, and was affectionately known as “the worm lady”, selling worms for over 20 years.


 


Surviving are,


1 daughter Billie Jo Anne Pummill (husband: David) of Williamsport, IN


11 grandchildren, many great grandchildren, great-great grandchildren, nieces and nephews.


 


Ruth was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Simon Coleman, Jr.; son, Roger Coleman, 2 daughters, Donna Siefert, and Sandra Smith; 4 brothers, and 3 sisters.


 


Private services and burial were conducted at Highland Cemetery in Williamsport, IN with Pastor Jerry Badgley officiating.

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Billie Jo and family,
Meeting Aunt Ruth was one of the highlights in my life. She was so talented and shared so many stories of her childhood. I felt like one of the family immediately. I was so fortunate to have been included in the Wednesday chats with Aunt Ruth and John. We will miss her laugh and good humor forever.
All our love,
Denise Fritsch and John Crowder

Billie Jo and family, sorry to hear of your mom's passing.
She always had a smile and a kind word to say to everyone.
I remember her at the 4-H Extension retirement party, she was so happy.

Billie, so sorry to read about your mom. As you might remember me coming to visit you guys. We had a lot of fun going to skating rink You were a little girl at that time GOD BLESS and take care