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Ruth I. Ellis

Ruth "Nunnie" Ellis 87 years old passed away Tuesday October 27, 2009 at Trinity Healthcare at Henlawson. Preceded in death by her loving husband C. Ray Ellis, her parents Floyd and Stella McDonald, one sister Ruby McDonald, three brothers James, Fred and Joe McDonald. Those left to cherish her memory are her son and daughter-in-law Sidney and Thelma Ellis of Mitchell Heights, four sister-in-laws and a host of nieces and nephews and friends. She was a member of the Henlawson Church of Christ for over 60 years. She served the Lord by setting with the sick while her health permitted. Visitation will begin at 11:00 A.M. Friday October 30, 2009 and services will follow at 1:00 P.M. at James Funeral Home in Aracoma with Evangelist Roger Brewster officiating. Burial will be at Forest Lawn Cemetery at Pecks Mill. Online condolences may be sent to www.jamesfh.com James Funeral Home is in charge

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Sidney Ray, I took care of your mother for several years at trinity until I moved to nc.. she stayed up at night with us several nights a week.. I truly loved her.. I know how much she loved you because she talked about you all the time.. I am so sorry for your loss.. I have missed her for the last year and a half and so sorry to hear about her passing.. my prayers are with you and your family.. she was a lovely person

steffanie Nov 9 2009 12:00 AM

Sidney, we are so sorry to read about your Mothers death. I don't think we ever knew her name, even tho growing up, we saw her every Sunday and talked to her a lot. She was Mrs. Ellis to us, so we didn't reconize the name. Losing a parent is never easy, but you can take comfort in knowing she is with God and out of pain. We always had a very deep respect for her and knew most of the congergation at the church because we lived so close. My Grandparents went there. I don't think Jim really knew your Mother, but the Bell Family did. With deepest sympathy, Jim and Sue Richards

Jim and Sue Richards Nov 1 2009 12:00 AM