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Ruth Williams Cupp

Charleston, South Carolina

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Ruth Williams Cupp CHARLESTON - Mrs. Ruth Williams Cupp, of Charleston, SC, entered into eternal rest on Saturday, July 9, 2016. She was the beloved sister of Mrs. Patsy Hughes Mizell (Henry). Late residence: 1 Weins Court, Charleston, SC. Friends may call Fielding Home For Funerals, 722-3348 or...

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You and Uncle Bud opened the world to me and my brother, Thank you for everything did for us. You can rest now

Thinking of you this day Ruthie! You will be missed by the Texas branch of your family. We wish we could be there to share with everyone how unique and special you were and will always be to us. Rest in Peace Great Lady.

Emma, James, Sally, Larry, Pamela and Mike,
Please accept our deepest sympathy on the passing of your aunt. Your family is in our thoughts and in our prayers. Mayor Minnie Newman and Hanahan City Council: Dan Owens, Kevin Cox, Jeff Chandler, Joel Hodges, Mike Dyson and Michael Sally.

Ruth was truly one of a kind and a wonderful mentor and friend to me. I feel so lucky to have known her. She will be deeply missed.

Ruthie, I will miss you as a friend and neighbor. You were always an interesting conversationalist. Rest now because you never did before.

She accomplished a lot in her life. I am sorry for your loss

RUTHIE AND I WERE CLASSMATES AT W INTHROP SO LONG AGO AND FRIENDS EVER SINCE. SHE WAS ALWAYS A RAY OF SUNSHINE,AS SHE WAS WHEN WE HUGGED EACH OTHER DURING A CHANCE ENCOUNTER SEVERAL MONTHS AGO. HER ACCOMPLISHMENTS CAUSED HER TO BE A MUCH ADMIRED LEADER OF OUR CITY AND STATE.WELL DESERVED,OLD fRIEND. DEEPEST SYMPATHY TO YOUR FAMILY.BETTY DUFOUR RIVERS

What a great pleasure it was to have known Aunt Ruthie. She was a woman far ahead of her time, and an inspiration to many. All of her accomplishments during her life always made you stop and think, wow! Going to Oxford in her 80's always stuck out as one of those wow moments. She was loved by her family and she leaves a great legacy to those who will have her "spunk " to step out and go for whatever your dreams may be.
Rest in peace Ruthie, you were one in a million.

I'll never forget when Aunt Ruthie took me to see a puck rock opera during spoleto. We rode a ricksaw from her house to the college of charleston. When we entered the auditorium,they gave out ear plugs! Aunt Ruthie didn't need any since she could turn down her hearing aid! It was a spectacular evening with a wonderful person and friend. I will miss her.