Ruby LaRue Luther

Ruby Luther, 88, of Bryan, passed away Saturday, August 3, 2013 at Sherwood Nursing and Rehab Center in Bryan. Graveside service will be at 3:30 p.m. August 6 in the College Station City Cemetery. Service arrangements are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral Home and Crematory.

Ruby Luther was born to Lewis and Mary (Hunter) McLain in Brazos County. She was an active member of Beacon Baptist Church.

Preceding her in death are her parents; her husband Alton Sam Luther; her brothers Barney “Boots” McLain, Joe McLain; her sisters Cora Lee Williams, and Lois Lovell.

Ruby’s survivors are her sons Alton Gene and wife Delores Luther, Kenneth James Luther and friend Judy Stuart; her daughter Jacqueline Leonard; her sisters Lucille Ball, Dorothy Kelly, Anita Blinka; seven grandchildren Jamie Luther, Keith Luther, Aaron Luther, Kenneth Luther Jr., Christopher Luther, Paris Leonard, London Guthrie; her eight great-grandchildren Cameron, Bryan, Philip, Courtney, Madison, Emily, Lauren and Townes; numerous nieces and nephews.

Condolences may be left for the family at CallawayJones.com

Condolences

  1. Jackie, my thoughts and prayers are with you. Your Mom is now looking out for you again. My prayer is for Peace, Healing and many Blessings for you.

  2. We have wonderful memories of Ms. Ruby (Nannie). Our Anna (Alonzo) said to tell you that she wished she could have come for the service. She is 25 years old now and lives in the Austin area. She loved your Mom very much and had wonderful memories of the time spent with her. May God grant all of you much comfort in Ruby’s home going. She is in a much better place with the Lord.

  3. Jackie I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your mom (nannie). She was such a wonderful lady. I thought of her often after the girls were in school. She was a blessing to be around and was always happy. There was never a time I didn’t see her smiling. I know she is in a much better place now with our Lord and Savior. May the Lord bring peace and comfort to you during this time of sorrow.

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