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Ruby Ann Burk

April 22nd, 1930 - March 20th, 2013

03/25/2013 at 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Tri County Assembly of God Church
7350 Dixie Highway
Fairfield OH, 45014
Funeral Service: 
03/25/2013 at 12:00 PM
Tri County Assembly of God Church
7350 Dixie Highway
Fairfield OH, 45014

Ruby Ann Burk, age 82 of Fairfield, passed away at Residence on Wednesday, March 20, 2013. She was born in Dayton, Ohio on April 22, 1930 to William and Catherine (Rice) Summers.  She is a member of Tri County Assembly of God Church.

She is survived by her husband, Orville M. Burk; children, Dean M. (Claudia) Burk, Rhonda A. (Rob) Detillion and Bryan R. (Pamela) Burk; grandchildren, Lyndsey (Todd) Delaney, Dustin (Ryane) Burk, Craig Detillion, Jessica (Jason) VanHook and Jamie (Jessica) Burk; great grandchildren, Collin, Nathanial, Stella, Harper and Wyatt; sister, Billie Rigg of Dayton, Ohio; and many other family and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents; sisters, June Summers, Betty (Gene) Livley and Donna (Robert) Stumpf; and brother in law, Howard Rigg.

Visitation will be 10am until time of service (12noon), Monday, March 25, 2013 at Tri County Assembly of God Church, 7350 Dixie Highway with Pastor Brad Rosenberg and Pastor Hugh H. Rosenberg officiating.  Burial will follow at Rose Hill Burial Park.

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Eugene & Jane Shaw

Orville, Rhonda, Bryan, Dean & family. We were so sorry to hear of Ruby's passing. So many memories. Our prayers are with you.

Greg and Cherrie Jones

Deaar Uncle Orville and family, We are thinking of you and praying the Holy Spirit, Our Comforter is surrounding you with His presence. We are sorry we can't be there for the service but our hearts are with you. Much love, Greg and Cherrie and family

Scott and Cathy Affeldt

Our Aunt Ruby was the sweetest, funniest and best Aunt anyone could ask for. She was a fine christian woman who always wanted to serve and please her family. She also at times could also be a real comedian and had us in stitches. We loved her very much and she will alway be in are heart. Our love goes out to Uncle Orville and all his family. We so wish we could be there with all of you to give you our love and support. But you are all in our hearts and prayers. Love you all Scott and Cathy Affeldt