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Ruth Allene Garrison Clippinger
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Birth: Apr. 18, 1923
Death: Sep. 3, 2012

Ruth Allene Clippinger, 89, of Oakwood, passed away at 11:22 a.m. Monday, Sept. 3, 2012, at Carle Foundation Hospital in Urbana.

She was born April 18, 1923 in Danville to Elmer Stewart and Aulta Bernice Keist Garrison. She married Donald Ray Clippinger on March 14, 1940 in Danville. He preceded her March 10, 1976. She was also preceded by her parents; her daughter, Diane Reeves; two sisters, June and Marcia and three brothers, Verneal, Merle and Robert.

Survivors include two sons, Steven (Kathy) Clippinger and Kurt (Tina) Clippinger; a daughter, Robin (Jerry) Sims; 10 grandchildren, Tracy, Jeff, Jenifer, Eric, Shawn, Melissa, Bill, Tony, Tammy and Jodi; 21 great-grandchildren; four great-great-grandchildren; two brothers, Bunky and Russell and five sisters, Zella, Judy, Carol, Nancy and Sherry.

 
 
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 Parents:
  Elmer Stewart Garrison (1903 - 1991)
  Aulta Bernice Kiest Garrison (1902 - 1974)
 
 Spouse:
  Donald Ray Clippinger (1920 - 1976)
 
 Siblings:
  Ruth Allene Garrison Clippinger (1923 - 2012)
  Verneal Garrison (1924 - 2010)*
  Marilyn June Barth (1931 - 1984)*
  Marcia A Garrison Crouch (1933 - 2012)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Stearns Cemetery
Muncie
Vermilion County
Illinois, USA
 
Created by: Bob & Nancy Cannon
Record added: Sep 05, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 96549544
Ruth Allene <i>Garrison</i> Clippinger
Added by: Bob & Nancy Cannon
 
Ruth Allene <i>Garrison</i> Clippinger
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 Added: Sep. 5, 2012
 
 
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