|Birth: ||Jan. 7, 1902, Poland|
|Death: ||Jun., 1991|
As a teen, Mary accompanied her aunt, Mary Golovanoff, from Russia just as the Revolution started. They were to join her aunt Mary's husband in America where he had gone on "vacation" in advance. (Papa Ignatious Golovanoff worked for Czar Nicholas teaching the soldiers to read. He rode horseback with the Czar in public events.)
The women got as far as Germany when WWI broke out and they were held in Germany, cooking for the Kiaser's troups. At the close of the war, the 2 went on to join 'Papa' in Denver. Mary met Stephen Ring and married him, raising their son, Robert to be a business lawyer in Denver. Steve as an optometrist and Mary worked in a jewelry store and was a homemaker.
Mary was one of 13 children. She was cared for during her later years by her "nephew" Nicholas Golovanoff and her son, Robert, and his wife, Winifred.
She loved her cats.
Stephen J Ring (1890 - 1969)
Robert J Ring (1928 - 2009)*
Stephen Ring (1930 - 1930)*
Crown Hill Cemetery
Created by: KET
Record added: Jun 09, 2010
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Mary Krupa left Russia at the time of the Russian revolution with her aunt, Mary Krupa Golovanoff. They arrived in Germany just as the start of WWI and were held there for several years until the end of the war. She met and married Steven Ring and stayed ...(Read more)|
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