Milo, I never met your mother in person, but spent many hours chatting away with her, just chewing the fat about this than and the other.
She was possibly the most inspirational person I have ever talked to - her enthusiasm for life was contagious. When we talked in private, she often talked of you, and I know she was very, very proud of you.
I have lost a very dear friend; I'll miss her banter and quick wit. please accept my sincerest condolences, and if I can be of any assistance now, or in the future, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
Bye Ruthie.......I'll see you someday, somewhere......
There can be few people who`s lives she did not touch with her Friendliness, Wit, & Charm.
She shall be Greatly missed by everyone who had the pleasure to have known her both on here, & in the Real World.
Our thoughts are with you Milo.
Oh my God, I can't even believe this! I'm so terribly sorry for your loss. I've had the pleasure of meeting your mother several times, even let her ride with me at last year's Jim Thorpe run. She was a tremendous woman, always full of positive thoughts and kindness. The only solace I can give you (and the rest of us) is that her good friend Ed "Maxamini" Smith is already there to welcome her.