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Ruth Easley November 9, 1930 - November 22, 2021

November 9, 1930 – November 22, 2021

Ruth Carolyn Easley, 91 of Keyes passed away on November 22, 2021.  She was born on November 9, 1930 in Wewoka, OK to Edgar and Esther (Remy) Gann.  She came to this area in 1957 and has lived in Keyes for many years.

Ruth worked as a clerk for many years for the United States Postal Service, retiring in 1992.  She was a longtime member of the Haven of Hope Church in Keyes. Ruth was loved by many.

Ruth is preceded in death by her husband George Easley and her sister Ruby Goulart.

She is survived by her children, Leland Easley of Turlock, Carolyn Blevins of Keyes, Lois (Randy) Mattox of Keyes and Darlene (Norman) Climer of Keyes, Her sister Elta Anderson of Oakdale, 13 grandchildren and 37 great-grandchildren.

Visitation will be held at Allen Mortuary on Tuesday, November 30th from 4pm to 7pm.  A service celebrating Ruth’s life will be held at the Haven of Hope Church, 5450 7th Street in Keyes.  Burial will follow at Ceres Cemetery.

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  1. Paris Saizan says

    Ruth was my Aunt. There were three Gann girls. Ruby K. Golart Gann was my mother. You could never find kinder people than Ruth and Elta – two sisters. Ruth was a refuge for me. She was an avid reader and very intelligent. She would never lord it over you and most times, reveled in the people who were visiting. I would so enjoy talking to her about what she was reading and learning. Mostly, when visiting, I loved the unfettered showering of love from her. She spared her love for no one. When I was married to Eve Palacios Martinez, she welcomed Eve like a long lost daughter. With Aunt Ruth, you never felt her love for others diminished in anyway her love for you. She epitomized how to hold and express love in all its perfection and now, eternity. I am blessed beyond measure to have know and loved and been loved by her and her family. I didn’t see her enough. Didn’t call her enough. But she always would welcome us regardless the challenges we faced. I shall love you forever.

  2. Eve Saizan says

    No truer words Josh Davis — you captured Aunt Ruth’s heart and soul perfectly. Aunt Ruth always made me feel loved and like family even though I was just an ‘in-law’ married to one of her nephews. She just loved loving on PEOPLE. And she had this sense of humor that I will truly miss. I loved that I could call her and just say “could you say a prayer for me” when I was battling an illness or just sad, she would just do it over the phone and it always made you feel better knowing she was supporting you w/ her love and generous spirit of giving. She touched EVERYONE she ever met, I am sure. I will miss her so much. Rest well Aunt Ruth. I know you will watch over us all till we are all together again as a family.

  3. Josh Davis says

    Grandma Ruth-
    Today is Thanksgiving and I felt it appropriate to give thanks for the life that you lived in front of me and my kids. Thank you for showing us how to truly love as Christ loved. No matter what someone’s last name was, Or where they came from, Or what they had done, you were “grandma Ruth”. When I say “Grandma” Ruth, I mean that you would take them in and feed them, and give them whatever you had to offer to make them feel better. You loved them like they were your own. Although you have a wonderful family, with amazing daughters, grand daughters, and great grand daughters coming up behind you, there will forever be a place in our hearts that could never be filled. You left a mark on this earth for people like me and you will be missed. It is my desire to learn from how you lived, and love the world as you loved me. Thank you for the life that you lived.

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