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Ruth (Yoder) Barnes

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Ruth (Yoder) Barnes

Beloved Wife, Mother, and Educator, Ruth (Yoder) Barnes died peacefully in her home in Wooster, Ohio on Friday, November 28, 2013, with her family by her side.

Ruth was born in Millersburg, Ohio on July 13, 1952, to the late Wilber and Laura (Miller) Yoder. Ruth taught enrichment classes, offered counseling and guidance to home schoolers for over twenty years and dedicated her life to inspiring others to follow their passions. She lived each day with positive zeal and enthusiasm! On September 8, 2012 she married her life long true love David Barnes

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her brothers, Gene and Don Yoder.

Ruth is survived by her husband, David; daughters, Kylia Radney of Cuyahoga Falls and Kari Radney of Wooster; stepdaughter, Kelly Barnes of Chicago; sister, Faun (Kue) Brand; and brother, Gary (Elizabeth) Yoder.

A memorial service will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Crossroads Hospice (3743 Boettler Oaks Dr. Green, OH 44685). Ohio Cremation and Professional Services Mark R. Vrabel Funeral Home, 330-438-1745


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Past News ... Below ...

"Benefit dinner and auction for Ruth Barnes!!!!

at Redeemer Lutheran Church on November 7th at 6pm. It's on 5th street in Cuyahoga Falls. We'll have some great gifts to auction off and everyone's invited. If anyone had any questions or wants to donate anything, you can contact Ryan... Thanks everyone and we hope to see you there!!"

The more Crystal said she thought about

Ruth's health crisis,

the less I could keep it to myself. I wanted to do something that everyone who's been touched by her can be part of it. The idea of a flash mob was born. I would love to see a huge crowd of Ruth's friends singing and dancing to her to Carole King's You've Got a Friend."
So Facebook invitations went out, and a call here and a call there ... "

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