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In loving memory of
Ruth Henrietta Ellspermann
  • August 09, 1927
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  • July 23, 2020

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Ruth H. Ellspermann 92, passed away peacefully on July 23, 2020. She was born August 9, 1927 in Oshkosh, WI. She is predeceased by her first husband Myles Johns Sr, her husband Vincent Ellspermann, and her son (Smiley) Myles Johns Jr. Ruth is survived by her sister Doris Terrace, her daughter Eddy Ann Colbert, her sons Mike (Lynn) Johns, and Jeff Johns. She is also survived by her step-daughters June Rhea, and Lloyd Fay, along with step-sons Steve (Gail) Ellspermann, Carl (Valerie) Ellspermann, Leonard (Nancy) Ellspermann, and David (Jayne) Ellspermann. Ruth also leaves behind many grandchildren, and great grandchildren. Memorial services will be held at St. Theresa’s Catholic Church in Belleview, Florida Saturday August 29th at 10:00 AM.


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11528 US-301, Belleview, FL 34420
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August 29, 2020 at 10:00 AM

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    26 Aug 2020
    Dear Johns & Ellsperman Families ~ We were all so very sorry to see Ruth's obituary posted in the newspaper. We all have many fond memories of times spent together at Maximo Moorings, Crystal River and snow-skiing in Canada throughout our younger years. Geri & Owen Beem had many stories they could tell as well. We, The Beem Family, send our deepest sympathies for the passing of Ruth, this lovely lady who was so many things to so many people. Our hearts are heavy for you loss.
    With Love, Prayers & Sincere Sympathies,
    Laurie Beem Mullins, Kathy Beem Jones, Geri Beem & all The Beem Family xo

  2. Lorie MacIsaac says:
    16 Aug 2020
    To my dear friend, Ruthie -remembering all the fun we had on the golf course those many years ago when we were young and energetic. Our little foursome of Olive Morrison, Hope Addil, Ruth and myself shared the competition of golf when we all lived in Ocala. Even after Ruth and Vince moved to Eagle Ridge, we would get together for an occasional lunch and laugh ourselves silly with 'girls' talk - often reminiscing about our children and families as well as our 'up and down' golf scores. We learned a lot from Ruth - she was an excellent golfer as well as tennis player, and loved to tell us about the trips she and Vince took, many of them to visit with their large extended family. I will miss you, Ruthie!

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