Ruth Ann Aubrey

05/22/1944 — 06/10/2021

From Spring, TX | Born in Spokane, WA

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Ruth Ann Aubrey

Ruth Ann Aubrey, age 77, born on May 22, 1944 to Dulcie and Floyd Milne in Spokane, Washington, passed away on June 10, 2021.

She had 2 other siblings – Janet (deceased) and Idell.

She went to elementary school and Junior High in Spokane, Washington and graduated from Central Valley High School in June 1962. She married Stephen Arthur Aubrey on May 24, 1965 and had 3 children together – Annette, Douglas (deceased) and Timothy. Ruth had 4 grandchildren – Jennifer, Jonathan, Aidan & Douglas and 1 great grandchild – Aubrey Lynn.

Ruth worked at Boeing in Renton, Washington for 19 years before retiring at 55 and started her own small business, Faith Works, and ran it for 7 years until she officially retired at 62.

Ruth and her husband Steve finally settled in West Richland, Washington as their final retirement home until Steve’s death in September 2015. She moved to Spring, Texas  in September 2020 to be closer to family until her passing.

She loved being on the water fishing, camping with family & friends and doing small vacations.

Memorial Service will be held at Einan’s at Sunset Gardens on July 25, 2021 at 1:30pm. The family wishes to extend their sincere thanks and deep gratitude for all expressions of sympathy and acts of kindness shown during this time of bereavement.

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  • Such a sweet lady who was always kind and understanding to me even though I did not know her well. She was there in a very difficult part of my life with a smile and warm welcome. She will be missed, everyone who knew Ruth knows she is in a better place.

    July 25, 2021
    Houston, TX
  • My grandmother was the kindest woman I’ve ever had the pleasure to know. She was stern but loving and had the biggest heart of gold. She was an inspiration to me during the small amount of time that I had gotten to know her. She is loved and missed.

    Jennifer Hightshoe
    July 25, 2021
    Boone, Iowa