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Susann Combs Ruddock

Born: Mon., Oct. 25, 1954
Died: Wed., Nov. 7, 2018


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Susann Combs Ruddock, 64, of Schuyler, passed away on Wednesday, November 7, 2018 at her home. She was born on October 25, 1954, in Charlottesville, a daughter of the late Carl L. and Betty Rebecca (Stargell) Combs. Susann loved her family and always enjoyed everyone being around. She loved church and music and played the piano in church most of her life. She also enjoyed gardening and baking (especially around the holidays). She was an outspoken person and believed in people speaking their minds. She would like everyone to remember all of the good times shared. Survivors include her husband, Alex Ruddock; three children, Becky Ring, and Kirk and Travis Ruddock; a brother, Steve Combs; a sister, Anita Roberts; six grandchildren, Ellen and Zoey Ring, and Mckenzie, Lillie Grace, Annabelle, and Wyatt Ruddock; and a number of other extended family members and friends. A celebration of Susann's life will be held from 1 until 3 p.m., Saturday, November 17, 2017, at her home. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the ALS Foundation, PO Box 37022, Boone, Iowa 50037. Family and friends may share memories and photos at www.thackerbrothers.com.

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Mike Timberlake
   Posted Thu November 15, 2018
I remember Susann from being a member of the (Schuyler) Bethel/New Faith United Methodist Youth Fellowship group when she, Stevie and other kids from Centenary would join us. She was always a happy, friendly and kind young lady who was fun to be around. My sincere condolences to her family.

L
   Posted Mon November 26, 2018
Having this story in mind will help us be merciful and that will result in happiness. King David said: " God will guard him and keep him alive. He will be pronounced happy in the earth." Giving expression to our feelings of compassion will also put us in line to receive Jehovah's mercy, which in turn can result in our being eternally happy.

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