Guest Book for Ruth Imogene (Davis) Davis

Provided by Welsheimer Family Funeral Home

Posted by: Micki Boulac
Sun May 10, 2020
Dear Dottie and all of her family and friends,
We will miss Ruth but, in many ways, she will remain in our hearts and prayers.  In the past few days, I have prayed to her and for Dottie and all of us she has left here to mourn her passing.  Her gentle soul is at peace.  We love you, Ruth!
Micki & Denise
 

 
Posted by: Brian Egick Jr
Sun May 10, 2020
What a wonderful lady, she was my kindergarten teacher in 1983
Always hear really nice things about her
Wish I could find my class photo, haven't seen that in many years
 

 
Posted by: Mary Catherine Halasz
Sun May 10, 2020
I was so sorry to hear of the passing of Miss Davis. She was quite a teacher. I was in her care in 1967 and she left a lasting impression on me. I have a vivid memory of our Valentines day party and our decorated boxes. I became a teacher and every year on Valentines day I told the story of our preparations and party to my own class. The story revolves around Miss Davis making sure all students were included and that no one was left out. I hope your happy memories of Miss Davis hold you all up in these sad times. Thank you for sharing her with the rest of us, she was quite a lady!
 

 
Posted by: Sue (Rice) Gaub
Sun May 10, 2020
Dear Family of Mrs. Davis,
I think Kindergarten teachers really set the tone in a youngster’s introduction to  their academic education. She was amazing. She made a deep, positive impression on me that I carry in to the classroom now when I substitute teach. I am so sorry for your loss.
 

 
Posted by: Dave Barkley
Sun May 10, 2020
Rest In Peace Ms. Davis. You were my first teacher, and a great one too. Class of ‘74, Afternoon session.
 

 
Posted by: Greg Bitsko
Mon May 11, 2020
Dottie and “the gang”
So sorry to, hear about Ruth’s passing. She was, as you so eloquently wrote, loved by her students and loved and respected by her fellow teachers. I spent my first five years teaching at Marquette Elementary School and counted her as a dear friend.
Thank God we also shared our love for pizza and beer at Barnaby’s as it gave my wife and son the opportunity to meet her and her friends. She will be missed.  Please accept my condolences and if you still meet with the gang, pass on the same to them.
Memory Eternal
Greg Bitsko, back home in western Pennsylvania
 

 
Posted by: Jeannine & Don Curtis
Mon May 11, 2020
As a young married couple, we lived next door to Dottie and Ruth during the ‘80s and early ‘90s. Their door was always open when we needed support or guidance. Our family will always cherish the backyard visits and annual strawberries pie. RIP dear Ruth.

Don and Jeannine Curtis
 

 
Posted by: kenneth andrews
Tue May 12, 2020
Connie Drudge was Ruth's hairdresser for many years and truly cared about Ruth I met Ruth & Dottie because of this connection we became friends because of our love of The White Sox Ruth was a very nice good woman and a true friend I will miss our discussions of White Sox Connie always enjoyed when they came in to the beauty shop She will be missed.