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Ruth Feeley Williams
Date of Death: February 24, 2011
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Ruth Feeley Williams, 83, of Frederick County, Virginia, died Thursday, February 24, 2011, in Lynn Care Center. Mrs. Williams was born in 1927, in Yonkers, New York, the daughter of the late Russell G and Helen Feeley, Sr. She was an Incentive Supervisor with National Fruit Product Co. in Winchester, Virginia, retiring in 1991. Mrs. …
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Maggie left a message on January 30, 2013:
I was fortunate enough to have been in St John's Choir with Ruth. She sang a beautiful harmony and always referred to her mother's beautiful singing voice as inspiration. I will always hear her singing and harmonizing on certain hymns, for sure. Now she has joined her mother in that heavenly choir!!
Ann left a message on January 30, 2013:
I met Ruth when I began attending St. John's Lutheran Church as a Choir member and Organist. Ruth loved music and singing so very much; she knew every hymn ever published and spent many years helping to choose the hymns for each Sunday's service. When she decided it was time to "sit out", Ruth would quietly sing along with us from her seat in the congregation, which was right beside the organ. I could always hear her humming or singing along as I played, and it made what I was doing that much more enjoyable. I love you Ruth, you are a beautiful lady. I've missed you all these months and will always miss you. When I play the organ it will be for you, always. Ann
Steve left a message on January 30, 2013:
My wife Sue, son Jon and I were members of St John's church and of the church choir a few years back. Ruth was always cheery and had a ready smile and was the type of person you just felt good being around. She made an impression on us that lasts even today. Our thoughts and prayers are with Alfred and the rest of the family at this difficult time.
Maggie Frye left a message on February 26, 2011:
I was fortunate enough to have been in St John's Choir with Ruth. She sang a beautiful harmony and always referred to her mother's beautiful singing voice as inspiration. I will always hear her singing and harmonizing on certain hymns, for sure. Now she has joined her mother in that heavenly choir!!
Ann Marlow left a message on February 26, 2011:
I met Ruth when I began attending St. John's Lutheran Church as a Choir member and Organist. Ruth loved music and singing so very much; she knew every hymn ever published and spent many years helping to choose the hymns for each Sunday's service. When she decided it was time to "sit out", Ruth would quietly sing along with us from her seat in the congregation, which was right beside the organ. I could always hear her humming or singing along as I played, and it made what I was doing that much more enjoyable. I love you Ruth, you are a beautiful lady. I've missed you all these months and will always miss you. When I play the organ it will be for you, always. Ann
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Steve Skedsvold left a message on February 28, 2011:
My wife Sue, son Jon and I were members of St John's church and of the church choir a few years back. Ruth was always cheery and had a ready smile and was the type of person you just felt good being around. She made an impression on us that lasts even today. Our thoughts and prayers are with Alfred and the rest of the family at this difficult time.
Margaret Ann Allamong Hicks left a message on March 3, 2011:
In honor of Ruth Feeley Williams, Margaret Ann Allamong Hicks lit a candle.
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Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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