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Ruth Catherine Easton
  • September 09, 1962
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  • February 27, 2023

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Ruth Catherine Easton of Ocala, FL.

Nammy (or “if they want money”, Ruth Easton), an incredibly strong and compassionate woman, passed away Monday, February 27, 2023 at 60. She was born September 9, 1962 in Springfield Massachusetts, fifth of seven children to Ruth and Richard “Dick” LaFreniere. Her adult life began as a communications operator in the U.S. Air Force and that dedication to service continued through a career in social work, always helping those in need. Similarly, Nam spent much of her time promoting democratic causes she believed in. That is, when she wasn’t at the beach with her family or crocheting a blanket for everyone she knew. This passion for improvement led to a baccalaureate in criminal justice which she intended to use for bettering the world. Now, she is reunited with parents, sister Donna, and loving husband Ken. She is survived by daughters Amber, Sarah, and Katelyn as well as siblings Richard, teven, Michael, elly, and William. We will all remember how brave and vivacious a mother, sister, and friend she was. To honor such an already missed person, you are requested at Baldwin Brothers Funeral Home in Ocala Florida

A memorial service with military honors will be held on Sunday, March 19, 2023, 3:00 PM at Baldwin Brothers Funeral and Cremation Society in Timber Ridge.  11250 SW 93rd Ct. Rd. Ste. 300 Ocala, FL 34481. 352-236-7813.


Baldwin Brothers Timber Ridge Chapel
11250 Southwest 93rd Court Road # 300 Ocala, FL 34481

Date & Time:
March 19, 2023 at 3:00 PM

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  1. Michael and Linda Easton says:
    19 Mar 2023
    The sudden loss of our sweet Nami is so hard. It proves that life is so fragile. Though we may not understand why things happen the way they do, we have no doubt that her bright spirit is embraced in the arms of her husband Ken. Their spirit is intertwined.
    So sincerely sorry that you must go through such sorrow. We truly can not begin to understand the loss that you feel.

  2. TNZK says:
    15 Mar 2023
    Aunt Nammy was so kind and compassionate to my siblings and I. I was able to have great childhood memories though difficult circumstances due to her love and sense of humor. She always knew how to calm my anxieties and make me laugh. I remember her in the kitchen, always cooking up something amazing and laughing at our childhood silliness while also putting our seemingly gigantic problems back into perspective. I remember exploring the great outdoors in Huntington with my cousins and coming back to tell her all about it. I can hear her voice saying "Wow that's awesome!" With true care and interest, as if climbing up a hillside was something to be proud of. I'll never forget the kindness and care she put into our interactions. I see now as an adult how these positive memories and interactions were truly something to be praised as she herself was going through trying times. She's left with me and appreciation of the value of uplifting others and helping them put things into perspective. The time and care she invested in others has shown through in so many ways. I will never forget the lessons she taught me and will always treasure those precious memories. I will always love and miss you Aunt Nammy!
    Love Krystal

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