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Mabel Elizabeth <I>Hurley</I> Ruch

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Mabel Elizabeth Hurley Ruch

Birth
Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana, USA
Death
6 Apr 1965 (aged 60–61)
Holland, Ottawa County, Michigan, USA
Burial
Holland, Ottawa County, Michigan, USA Add to Map
Plot
PH-3-E-00201-001
Memorial ID
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Mrs. Mabel E. Ruch, 61, of 392 West 31st st. Holland, Michigan, died Tuesday evening, April 6, at her home, following a heart attack. Death occurred on her birthday anniversary.

Mrs. Ruch, who was born in Lafayette, had been a Holland resident for the past 28 years. She was a member of Hope Reformed church, the Ladies Guild and the Woman's Literary Club.

After graduation from Mulberry High school, she attended Madam Blaker's Teachers college in Indianapolis.

Surviving besides the husband are one son, Richard, of Zeeland; two daughters, Mrs. Rose Mary Harrison of Kettering, Ohio, and Mrs. Ruth Marie Kulppers of New Holland, Pa.; 12 grandchildren; and one sister, Mrs. Russell Kramer of Frankfort.

Funeral services were held Friday, April 9, at 3:30 p.m. at Hope Reformed church, with the Rev. William Hillegonds officiating. Burial was in the Pilgrim Home cemetery.
-- The Mulberry (IN) Reporter, April 15, 1965
Mrs. Mabel E. Ruch, 61, of 392 West 31st st. Holland, Michigan, died Tuesday evening, April 6, at her home, following a heart attack. Death occurred on her birthday anniversary.

Mrs. Ruch, who was born in Lafayette, had been a Holland resident for the past 28 years. She was a member of Hope Reformed church, the Ladies Guild and the Woman's Literary Club.

After graduation from Mulberry High school, she attended Madam Blaker's Teachers college in Indianapolis.

Surviving besides the husband are one son, Richard, of Zeeland; two daughters, Mrs. Rose Mary Harrison of Kettering, Ohio, and Mrs. Ruth Marie Kulppers of New Holland, Pa.; 12 grandchildren; and one sister, Mrs. Russell Kramer of Frankfort.

Funeral services were held Friday, April 9, at 3:30 p.m. at Hope Reformed church, with the Rev. William Hillegonds officiating. Burial was in the Pilgrim Home cemetery.
-- The Mulberry (IN) Reporter, April 15, 1965


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