We are very sad to hear that Ruth Hessey has died. She was a hard-working, enthusiastic woman who left an indelible mark on the lives of everyone who knew her. Ruth herself died at home on Sunday, surrounded by her family. She was 72 years old.
Ella Ruth was born in 1951 in a small town in the middle of the U.S. She moved to New York City after she graduated from college and started working for a marketing business there. Ruth was known for her leadership skills and her ability to push her coworkers to be the best they could be during her job.
Ruth has always been very active in her community, and she spent a lot of time helping charities in her area. She cared a lot about ending hunger, so she worked for a long time at a local food store. There, she helped feed families in need in her community.
Ruth worked hard to help people in her neighborhood, but she also loved to travel and learn about other cultures and literature. She spent many years travelling to different countries and learning about their cultures. Because she loved books so much, she joined a local book club and became an active member.
Ruth will be missed by her husband, her children, and her grandchildren, as well as by her friends, coworkers, and everyone else she helped in a good way. Those who knew her will always be inspired by her drive, commitment, and love for other people.
Ruth Hessey, rest in peace. People who knew you will carry on your tradition of service, kindness, and generosity.