Ruth M. Schaible

ruth schaible
Greece: Friday, October 19, 2018. Survived by her loving daughters, Emma & Elise Schaible; siblings, Eugene Schaible (Cynthia Webster), Max Schaible & Dora Schaible; many loving family and dear friends. Ruth was a wonderful mother; her family and faith was most important in her life. She was a retiree of RG & E, enjoyed spending time with her dogs, traveling and the outdoors. She will be deeply missed by all who knew her. Ruth's Celebration of Life will be held Saturday, October 27th 1:00 PM at Hope Lutheran Church 1301 Vintage Lane. Private interment, White Haven Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to American Cancer Society or Hope Lutheran Church in her memory. For more information and to sign her online guestbook, visit

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  1. God will provide the strength that is needed right now and going forward. Carry the love and values that your mother and sister shared with each of you. Tears will flow but just as they are flowing a smile will appear and you’ll know that she is walking with you at that moment. Cherish the time and memories.

  2. Emma and Elise, my heart is broken to hear this very sad news. Your mom was such a special person and I’m so glad we kept in touch since meeting in China in 1996. She was so proud of you both and loved you so much. Sending all my love to you and Dora.

    Lisa Wilson

  3. We am very sorry to hear of Ruth’s passing. Our daughters are her daughters’ ages and we always enjoyed seeing Ruth at Chinese school and at FCC reunions at Keuka College.

  4. We met through work and became friends for life. Too many memories to count. It was a blessing to be close to her and her lovely family. We will miss our dear Ruth very much.

  5. I met Ruth through work many years ago and became fast friends. Ruth was a wonderful person and was devoted to her family. My heart goes out to her daughters and siblings. I will miss you very much.

  6. Ruth was one of the best co workers I enjoyed working along side her. She was always a good listener and was a book of knowledge about her job at rge. She will be truly missed by all .

  7. As I get ready to serve at the Food Pantry at Hope, I have realized that one of my ‘pew partners’ will no longer be there. Ruth was a dedicated Christian who served in so many ways. I will miss her smile while working at the Food Pantry, with Operation Christmas Child & in worship on Sundays. May God bring comfort to her family & bless them with special memories in the days to come.

  8. I met Ruth through work in 1988, and she immediately made me feel welcome in my new department. I continued to see her when our daughters attended the same high school. She was such a warm, dear person, and I am heartbroken to hear of her passing. My sincere sympathies to her daughters and family.

  9. I met Ruth through work in 1979. She was such an exuberant, fun-loving, sweet young lady. She will be sorely missed by all who came to know her. I am so sorry for you loss.

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