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Ruth Dyer

Las Vegas, Nevada

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RUTH DYER Ruth White (Fullmer) Dyer, age 92, a former Salt Lake City deputy business license examiner and longtime volunteer at the University of Utah Hospital, passed from this life to the next Jan. 24, 2011, at her home in Las Vegas, succumbing to injuries suffered in a fall. Ruth was born July...

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Dear Family Members,
I have lovely memories of Ruth in our ward in Rose Park. She was an elite women who was so kind and shared her wisdom. I'm so sorry for your loss. I'm happy for her to be with her loved ones now. We have missed her. Ellen Freeman, Salt Lake City, UT

Dear Family Members,
Ruth was a warm, wonderful lady!
Growing up I knew her as my friend Susan's mother. Later I knew her as my friend.
After Susan's death we stayed close. I would call to help comfort Ruth, but she probably helped me more than I helped her. I missed Susie so much...we were very close growing from your girls into young mothers. I spoke with Ruth on Susie's Birthday, Mother's Day and Christmas every year. She was lonely, but stayed up beat. She loved her...

Dear Bob and Collean and All of Ruth's Family:
I will always remember Ruth as a kind and gracious next door neighbor, always good to the kids on our street. I'm sorry for your loss and pray that you will have moments of peace and comfort in the coming days and years. I'm thinking of her now with Susan and Rick and her Baby. Leon and Harvey, too.
Love,
Madeline Quayle

What great memories I have of this gracious, wonderful woman. May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.

Ruth and my mother, Donna Drommond were great friends at Legacy House of Bountiful. Ruth was a kind, loving and thoughtful person. We were members of the Five Spires Camp of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers and held meetings at the assisted living center so she could attend. I grew to love Ruth and appreciate all her concern for my mother. I have great memories of these two great ladies. Ruth loved the Jazz and I knew not to call during a basketball game. Love, Debbie Drommond Cartwright

Ruth and my mother, Donna Drommond, were good friends at Legacy House of Bountiful. Ruth was kind and loving and cared about my mother. We were members of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers and held meetings at the assisted living center so Ruth and my mother could attend. I grew to love Ruth. I even watched a Jazz game in her apartment with her and she knew all the players and loved the Jazz.
We have great memories of a great lady. Love, Debbie Drommond Cartwright.

Celebrating a life well lived! I too, remember Ruth back in my Rose Park days. She was a wonderful person to know, look up to, and always very kind to me.

My deepest sympathy to family and friends of Ruth. I remember Ruth from Rose Park days. She was always friendly and kind to everyone.
Sincerely, Gloria (Putnam) Rich