Ruth Prosser Nobles

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E. Flat Rock ~ Ruth Prosser Nobles, 78, of East Flat Rock, died Tuesday, March 25, 2008 at Park Ridge Hospital. She was a daughter of the late Eldridge and Mary Agnes Rhames Prosser. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Talmadge Nobles, Sr., who died in 1985. She is survived by three daughters, Gracie Hudgins, of Hendersonville, Kay Richardson, of Conway, SC and Agnes Faye Crammond, of Matamoras, PA; three sons, Johnny Elbert Nobles and Talmadge Nobles, Jr, both of Arden and Kim Nobles, of WV; three sisters, Ola May Cannon, of Conway, SC, Katie Marlow, of Johnsonville, SC and Louis Cooper of Lake City, SC.; nine grandchildren and nine great-grand children. A graveside service will be held at 11:00 AM on Friday, March 28, 2008 at Green Hills Cemetery. Groce Funeral Home at Lake Julian in Arden, NC is assisting the family.

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  1. To Ms. Ruth’s Family
    We are sad for your loss, but I can bet she is kissing jesus right now. All the children in heaven are happy for the endless supply of bubblegum. We will miss her and will keep you in our prayers

  2. Mrs. Ruth Nobles will be missed at Gilead FWB Church. No one said ‘I love you’ quite like her. The Lord filled her heart with a very special kind of love for others.

  3. Mrs Ruth was such a joy to be around. She always had a smile on her face and a good hearty laugh and hug to match. She will be missed.

  4. Ms. Ruth was our special lady. We have missed her and will continue to miss the ‘candy’, ‘gum’, but most of all the ‘I love you’s’ and the hugs. Her greatest desire was to see her family saved.

  5. To all the family of Ruth, we would like to express our sympathy and want to let you know our prayers are with you.

  6. I was deeply saddened today by the news of Ms Ruth’s passing. Gilead Church, I’m sure, will certainly miss her presence. She brought such a spirit of love to the people of their fellowship.

    I always appreciated her physical expressions of love: a genuine smile, hugs (complete with kiss on the cheek) and candy. She had a heart as big as the state and her warmth and love was felt by the masses.

    I send heartfelt condolences to the family and friends today. Ruth Nobles was truly a gift to us all. I am praying for you this day.

  7. Miss Ruth was always the first one that I would pickup on my bus route, Sunday mornings. I always enjoyed the kiss on the cheek and the ‘Good morning and good morning’ greeting. There were always good conversations about the Lord and how good He had been to her and how she looked forward to spending eternity with Him in Heaven. But she prayed without ceasing for her children, which she loved so dearly.
    Miss Ruth I count it an honor to have known you, but more so to have called you a friend and sister in Christ.
    God bless your family and I will be praying for them as your death was not in vain; there is always a silver lining to every cloud.
    I love you and will always miss picking you up on my route.

  8. Our prayers and thoughts are with you at this time. We shall miss ‘Miss Ruth’ very much.

  9. Mrs. Ruth was a wonderful woman, she always would share a smile and give the church kids a piece of candy for a kiss. Small price to pay. I will miss seeing her at church and her deciation to the Lord.

  10. Our love and prayers are with you at this time. We shall miss her. Her friendly smile was always so bright and loving.

  11. Ms Ruth was a very special lady with a lot of love for everyone she met! She is greatly missed!It was indeed an honor to know & love her in this lifetime! We know we will see her again!

  12. I will always remember Miss Ruths expression for her love of the Lord and what He had done for her.

  13. Sister Ruth was a wonderful & loving person. We have & will miss her so much in our Gilead Free Will Baptist Churh. We’ll see
    her again in heaven. God Bless

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