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Ruth Lyssy

ruth lyssy
Ruth Lyssy was a beautiful and prideful person. She settled down with a brilliant, handsome man and had three wonderful children. Throughout her entire life, her goal was to love and take care of her family. She made sure all of us were in line and always on time for whatever we had to do. You could say Ruth was the support or backbone of the family. Without her, we wouldn't be able to function properly. However, with all of those responsibilities, she also had her own medical conflicts. Since 1991, she's fought off many medical issues and took them all down. Of course it wasn't easy, but she managed to battle with all of her might, and had her family as fuel to keep her going. Even through all the pain, she managed to take care of her family and have a little fun from time to time. Some of the things she loved included, going to theme parks, hiking, fishing, swimming, and venturing many states and places. With that said, she has to be the strongest person any of us will have ever known. Out of all of us, she made her husband very proud and happy throughout the course of their thirty two year marriage. Although she cannot physically be with us , her spirit will live, not only in her husbands heart, but anyone who has come in contact with this wonderful soul.

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  1. I first met ruth when i was working with her future husband who has been my best friend for 33 yrs. she was always very up front whenever you talked to her, and she would never mince words when she had something to say to you. that was one of the things that i liked about her. she was not afraid to speak her mind. she was a great wife and a good mother who knew how to get her children to listen to her. they may not have paid attention at the time but they always respected her. we had many good times together. going to the lake or going down to the coast,or just hanging around their house and visiting. I will miss her very much.but she will be one person who will not be forgotten by those who ever might her.

  2. Ruth was a sweetheart and a patient talented woman when it came to the making of her blankets. Ruth was also strong, when most of us would give up she stood like a strong warrior going face to face through her adversities. She is a true inspiration. We knew Ruth a few years before her untimely loss. We are truly blessed to have known her and her family. Our prayers and deepest sympathy are with you.

  3. We love you, Mom, and we will all miss you! You loved my children so much, and I thank you for how well you always took care of them. Sean, Riley, and Cadence will hear stories about how much their grandma loved them, so they will never forget you, and how much they love you, too! You became like another mother to me, and I will always miss your laughter! We all love you!

  4. I remember summer drives to San Antonio to visit Aunt Ruthy. Walking into her house and being given hugs all around. We prayed for her through out the years and continue to pray for her. I pray for our family’s strength. I believe God gives us a special kind of Grace when dealing with a love one passing. We should all turn to the Lord and each other during this time of need.

  5. Growing up with Ruthie was an experience. She was full of life. She always fought for what she believed in. She was always there when you needed her. I will always miss her.

  6. I remember Ruthie when her dad, mu uncle Daniel would come to visit my family in San Antonio, probably in the early 1960’s. I always thought she was so beautiful and petite. She had beautiful sleepy eyes. Not just because she is my cousin, but she was the sweetest girl. I only wish I had seen her in our later years. My deepest condolences go to her family. May god bless her family, husband and children. Love, Yolanda

  7. I really miss my pretty skinny daughter whom I use to play and kid around, we use to wrestle and punch each other playing, And she loved to play baseball with me, I bought her a base ball glove for her to play with me. I mis her very much. her Dad Daniel.

  8. To the Family of Ruth Lyssy, My heart-felt sympathy to each of You. I know that she will live on through each of You. My prayer is that You be comforted as You grieve. I am so sorry for the loss of your wife and mother.

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