Ruth Ann Robinson

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Jan. 11, 1935 - Oct. 30, 2009

Funeral services were held Nov. 5 at the Good News Community Church in Okoboji for Ruth Ann Robinson, 74, who passed away Oct. 30 at her son's home in Milford.

Pastor John Messer officiated.

Ruth Ann Robinson was born Jan. 11, 1935 in Spencer the daughter of William and Vera (Falline) Price. She graduated from Spencer High School. Ruth lived in the Lakes area her entire life.

She worked as a fabric cutter at StyleCraft in Milford for many years. Ruth attended Good News Community Church in Okoboji.

Ruth loved all her children and was the happiest when she was spending time with her grandchildren. She was the very best mom and grandma. She loved all animals, especially, cats. Her favorite past times were golfing and spending time with her grandchildren. She also enjoyed spending time with her companion, Wayne Satern. They enjoyed target shooting, shopping at garage sales, dancing, going for ice cream and simply going for car rides together. Ruth made many friends throughout her life. A special thanks to all of her friends at Emerald Hills, especially Randy Rohlfsen and her league partner, Judy Haviland. Thank you to all others that made it possible for her to finish the season. That was a very special gift.

She is survived by her sons, Gene Robinson and his wife Loralei and Ric Robinson and his wife Shelly; grandchildren Tanya Thelen and her husband Jason and their children, Kylen and Blayne, Bret Robinson and companion Amy Everding, Chena Vokes and her husband Michael and their children, Tiernan, Elliott and Emerson, Trent Price and his wife Sharon and his children, Kelli Jo and Katherine, Bryce Robinson and his daughter Aleyna, Kyleigh Robinson and Marcus Robinson. She is also survived by sisters, Lily Mae, Gloria and Phyllis; brother Howard; as well as numerous nieces and nephews and many friends

She was preceded in death by her parents; sisters, June, Bonnie and Lucille; brothers, Billy Jr., Earl (Sonny), William and Irvin.

Turner Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.