Lillian “Ruthie” Miller Debolt, age 67, of New Freeport, PA, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer on Saturday, April 1, 2017.
Born June 26, 1949 in Burton, WV, she is the daughter of the late Charles and Juanita (Fetty) Lemley.
Ruthie graduated in 1968 from West Greene High School. She was Christian by faith and a member of the Hundred Church of Christ, Hundred, WV. and former member of New Freeport Church of Christ, New Freeport, PA. Ruthie was also a member of the Waynesburg American Legion Post #330. She was Treasurer of the Ladies Auxiliary for many years at the New Freeport Fire Department. Ruthie was the committee person for Freeport Twp. in the Greene County Democratic Committee. For over 20 years she owned and operated the Log Cabin Store in New Freeport, PA. She also was employed as head cook for the West Greene School District for 32 years. Her family and grandchildren were her greatest blessing in life.
She is survived by her husband Danny Debolt, Sr., of New Freeport, PA; her children, Scott (Lana) Miller, of New Freeport, PA, Melissa (Robb) Crouse, of Waynesburg, PA, and Melinda (Michael) Lesko, of Jefferson, PA; stepdaughter, Mylinda Moore, of Wheeling, WV; stepson, Danny (Tammy) Debolt, Jr., of Hundred, WV; grandchildren, Danyelle and Jeremiah Miller, Jaden and Logan Crouse, Brandon an Drew Lesko, Dakoda Debolt, Kenny and Dalene Moore, Zach, Matthew and Hannah Debolt; sister, Susan “Susie” Curry, of Sycamore, PA; many nieces and nephews.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her first husband Danny K. Miller.
Friends will be received Monday, April 3, 2017 from 2-8 p.m. at the Kesterson-Rush Funeral Home, LLC. 3275 W. Roy Furman Hwy., Rogersville, PA 15359. (724) 499-5181 A Funeral Service will be held at the funeral home Tuesday, April 4, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. with Evangelist Steve Stevens, officiating. Burial will follow at Thomas Cemetery, New Freeport, PA.
Memorial contributions may be made to Autism Speaks, 8035 McKnight Road, Suite 302, Pittsburgh, PA 15237.
Please view and sign the online tribute wall at www.kestersonfh.com.