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Ruby Qualls Williams November 6, 1904 ~ November 25, 2012

Ruby Qualls Williams, 108, of Fayetteville passed away Sunday, November 25, 2012 in Fayetteville.  She was born November 6, 1904 in Black Oak Community the daughter of Dillard and Nora Fincher Qualls.

She was a member of Wiggins United Methodist Church and worked for the Fayetteville School System.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Robert E. Williams in 1973.

Survivors include 1~daughter, Pat Watkins and husband, Lonnie of Greenland; 2~granddaughters, Sherry Anderson and husband, Pat of West Fork and Kerry Bradley and husband, Chris of Springdale; 7great-grandchildren, Austin, Peyton and Alexandria Anderson and Lola, Leo, Lex and Linc Bradley.

Funeral Services will be at 10:00 AM Wednesday at Beard’s Funeral Chapel with Pastor Nan Nelson officiating. Burial will be in Baptist Ford Cemetery.

Visitation will be from 5~7 PM Tuesday at the funeral home.

Memorials may be made to Wiggins Methosdist Church P.O. Box 1145 Fayetteville, Arkansas  72702 or Baptist Ford Cemetery P.O. Box Greenland, Arkansas 72737

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    Blake, Katie, & William Davis » 27. Nov, 2012

    Kerry & family – our condolences to you all. How special it is that Ruby had such a long, full life! We know she will be missed by all who loved her but what great news that she is now at peace at home with her Lord and Savior. Prayers and thoughts with you all. With love – Blake, Katie, & William Davis

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    Randy & Linda Bradley » 27. Nov, 2012

    Dear Pat & Family: Please acccept our sincere condolences on your loss. We will all miss Ruby. What wonderful memories we have from all those years ago and we know those memories will sustain you through this sad time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

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    Thom and Brenda Holman » 27. Nov, 2012

    Kerry and Family -So sorry to hear about your grandmother, we didn’t know her personally but it was great knowing her through you all these years -what a wonderful life she must have had – it is a blessing to know that she is at home with our Lord and Savior – our prayers are with you and your family -

    Love, Thom and Brenda

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    Virginia Fenske "Ginny" » 27. Nov, 2012

    Pat and Lonnie,
    Praying your family finds comfort in the many memories, you, and our family gathered through the years. I can still taste those wonderful meals, Aunt Ruby, made for our family reunions, and all the fun visits we had together.

    Love Ginny

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    Don Little » 28. Nov, 2012

    Pat, it is hard for the one left behind to go through this period of mourning. Just remember that your Mom is walking the Streets of Gold with no restraints now. Also know that the sun will come up in the morning and again the morning after that because God made everything and said , “It was good.” If we looked at death with His eyes, I expect we would call it a promotion to an exciting and wonderful place so grand that we don’t even have the capacity to dream about.

    May God bless and keep you and your family during this time.

    Don and Lavoyce Little

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    Mike and Susan Bell » 28. Nov, 2012

    Pat and Lonnie and family,
    We are sorry for your loss. We are also sorry we could not come to the visitation. You are in our thoughts.
    Mike and Susan Bell

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    Shirley & Gene Vilfordi » 29. Nov, 2012

    Pat, Lonnie, Sherry and Kerry and families — What a beautiful picture of Aunt Ruby and good write up. I’m sure there is so much more you could have added to fill up 108 years! Aunt Ruby was one of those special people who loved to do for others and she has handed that legacy down to her family. She loved to cook and entertain and I always think of her when I have that pineapple, cottage cheese and pecan jello salad — hmmmm can taste it now! Lots of wonderful memories at Uncle Bob and Aunt Ruby’s in Greenland, playing with you and friends. We’re so blessed to have had her so long and I know she was anxious to get to her heavenly home. I’m so glad your family could be with her when she passed – that’s Holy Ground. Thanks for letting me share your mom with you. Hallejuah, she finally made it home after all these years! She’s probably telling the Lord, ‘what took you so long’! Love to you all.
    Shirley & Gene Vilfordi in Dallas

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    Peggy » 04. Dec, 2012

    Dear Pat and Lonnie, I am seeing Ruby finally walking the halls of heaven; hearing and seeing everything there is to see. Thank you both for being such good friends to my sister Jody. I will always remember Ruby sharing her tiny room with jody all those years at City Hospital. Jody still talks about her and asks how is she doing. Jody remembered her birthday in November and wished she could have a piece of her birthday cake. I will talk to her soon about Ruby going to heaven with our mom and dad. It was great knowing Ruby in the last years of her life. Peggy and Joanne