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Ruth Emily (Hasenflue) Husar

1926 - 2020


Ruth Emily Husar (nee: Hasenflue), 94 years of age, died in her residence following a short illness.

Ruth was born on July 2, 1926.  She was a lifelong resident of Amherst. Ruth was married to Joseph Gerald Husar who passed in 2015, after sixty seven years of marriage.   

Ruth was a charter member of the Amherst Women’s League, an active member of Amherst Historical Society, and a lifelong member of St. Peter United Church of Christ in...

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August 7, 2020 12:02 PM

Aunt Ruth   We talked just a few  wks ago .you stiil are a GREAT ANUT  we will see you again, when we make the journey  THANK YOU  for being a GREAT  (ANUT)  AUNT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!   LOVE YA!!!!!!!!!     Bob & Mar

Daphne D Airan

August 6, 2020 8:36 AM

In memory of dear Aunt Ruth, & your Mother, this tree will be planted to commemorate her beautiful soul, I will always cherish the memories I have with her and of her, with all my love, Daphne Airan
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Jeanine Bickley

August 3, 2020 4:48 PM

I'm sorry to hear about Ruth. I really enjoyed working with her at the Amherst Historical Office.   Vivienne Bickley

Daphne Airan

August 2, 2020 10:53 PM

I shall miss my dear Aunt Ruth. Although we were not related by blood, she and her living family were and are like family to me. I met and have known Aunt Ruth & Uncle Joe and her dear family approximately 41-42 years ago when I was married to her nephew, Patrick David Husar. I came to visit everyone from Karachi, Pakistan in 1979 I believe. Everything and everyone was new to me but I was quickly welcomed with open loving arms by this family. We remained close friends over the years despite my separation from her nephew in 1987. I enjoyed the countless phone conversations we had over time, we shared laughter, tears, joy and great recipes, Aunt Ruth was a good cook. I am sad I never got to talk with her in her last days on earth but I am consoled with the fact that I will meet her and my beloved former mother-in-law, Elgeva Husar (Aunt Ruth’s duster-in-law) in Gliry one day and oh what a glorious day that will be. My heart and my love goes out to all her family members, especially Sue Conkle, Joanne Gleason, Maggie, Jennie, Janes & Katie as well as the rest of the family.. Thank you for welcoming me into the midst of your loving family, Love always, Daphne Airan

Gordon Ward

July 30, 2020 8:29 PM

Condolences to Ruth's survivors.  She and her family grew up near us when we lived on Spring St.  Then, after we moved to Jackson St. she and Joe became neighbors of my parents.  She was a pioneer in the relatively new science of cleft palate surgery, and the change in her appearance and speech was amazing.  She became a mentor for others who were born with the same medical problem.  As you mourn her passing, I pray you also will celebrate a full and remarkable life well lived.
Gordon Ward, Sylvania, Oh

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