|Birth: ||May 27, 1898|
|Death: ||Sep. 14, 1960|
Taken from El Dorado Times, El Dorado, Butler Co., Kansas Thursday, Sept. 15, 1960 front page
Rutha A. Brumback Dies; Rites Saturday
Mrs. Rutha A. Brumback, 62, of 509 North Vine, an El Dorado resident since 1902, died here Wednesday night after an extended illness.
Mrs. Brumback was born on May 27, 1898, near Viola, in Berry County, Missouri. She was married to Charles B. Brumback on February 19, 1915, in El Dorado.
Mrs. Brumback was a member of the First Christian Church, and a past member of the Gold Star Mothers and the Women's Relief Corps.
Survivors include her husband, of the home; two daughters, Mrs. Barbara Miller, Augusta, and Mrs. Betty Jane Zongker, 509-1/2 North Vine, a son, Oscar B. Brumback, Pittsburgh, Pa.; a sister Mrs. Thelma Brokaw, Wichita and nine grandchildren.
A son Lt. Charles Edward Brumback was killed while on a bombing mission over Germany in 1944.
Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday at the First Christian CHurch. The Rev. Kenneth Garrison, pastor, will officiate.
Burial will be in Belle Vista Cemetery under the direction of the Dietz-Pittman Funeral Home.
Taken from El Dorado Times, El Dorado, Butler Co., Kansas Monday, Sept. 19, 1960
Service held for Rutha A. Brumback
Funearl services for Mrs. Rutha A. Brumback, 62, of 509 North Vine, who died here Wednesday after an extended illness, were held Saturday afternoon at the First Christian Church. The Rev. Kenneth Garrison pastor, officiated.
Casket bearers were C. A Kimberlin, Loren Zongker, Paul Land, Louis Smith, V. H. Adams, and Kenneth Williams.
Mrs. Amos March was organist, Soloist was Mrs. James C. Allen. Songs were "The Old Rugged Cross", "There'll Be Peace in the Valley" and "Beyond the Sunset".
Burial was in Belle Vista Cemetery, under the direction of Dietz-Pittman Funeral Home
Belle Vista Cemetery
Created by: Jim
Record added: Sep 18, 2009
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