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Ruby lovingly told Brian, who thought he needed to shave his head completely, to NEVER do this again! After asking him when did a man go bald overnight?
Ruby can always tell me how we are kin and also how I am related to other people. Much appreciated!
Who needs to assign greeters when Ruby is around? No one.
Never ever meets a stranger. If she does meet one, they aren’t a stranger long!
Ruby can always be counted on for a big hug with an awesome smile.
Blake and Madi know if they are delivering Lunches With Love to Ruby that they are going to visit for a while. And they look forward to that.
Brian and Heather McLaughlin
Hi - this is Tom and Ginny Rothery- with some Ruby Thoughts:
Ruby was one of the first people that we met when we got to Crossville over 20 years ago. It was always a joy to go over to Ruby’s and fix things for her or take her some flowers. It didn’t take long to develop a closeness and love for Ruby. She is such a wonderful person. I miss fixing things for her. We love her dearly! Happy Birthday Ruby!!!
We cannot think of anyone we would rather send a Happy Birthday! greeting to than Ruby Wells! You have always been a joy to greet when we would see you! You always let us know how your brother, Ben, was doing. We are so sorry the virus has hampered your birthday celebration, but we will all look forward to being able to celebrate with you when we can. And we wish you a beautiful day for your actual birthday.
May God continue to bless and keep you safe from the virus! We love you!
Ray and Martha Slate
From the very first Aunt Ruby made me feel welcomed into the Wells Family! Her hugs and laugh drew me in!
My favorite Aunt Ruby story is from when I called to tell her that Lawrence and I were expecting our first child. She asked me the due date and I told her April. Then she replied, "Law, Heather! What if that baby is on Wells time and doesn't come until June!?!" It just cracked me up! I told her if that was the case, I'd need a cattle prod for a baby present.
(For those who have married into the Wells family, we have an instant bond over patiently waiting for our men to HURRY UP! For the Wells reading this, take your time. We know you will anyway....)
Love and prayers,
My husband, George, and I moved to Crossville in 2002. We decided to attend the Main St. Church of Christ as we had visited there prior to moving. Your Mom, "Miss Ruby" was waiting in the lobby for visitors. She made us feel so welcome with her beautiful smile and kindness. We have loved her since that time and she has blessed our lives in so many ways with her faithfulness and positive attitude. 'HAPPY BIRTHDAY, "MISS RUBY"! You are truly a gem!". Our love & prayers, George & Roberta Folk