Ruth Ernestine Mathis
Bishop Funeral Home
October 29, 2014
Submitted by: Carol Spear Rice
Ruth Ernestine Mathis, 74 of McAlester, Oklahoma died October 22, 2014 at a local nursing center. No services. Inurnment at Memory Gardens Memorial Park Cemetery. Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Bishop Funeral Service and Crematory. Born to James F. and Mary Ann (Shreve) Mathis September 6, 1940 in McAlester, Oklahoma. She worked as a secretary for H.O. Brown Realty for 30 years and then as a secretary at the Oaks Rehabilitative Services Center for a few years. Ernestine enjoyed reading, walking , puzzles and tending to plants. She is survived by: Sister, Mary Joyce Duran of McAlester, Oklahoma; Brother, Jim Mathis of Texarkana, Arkansas; Niece, Donna Munholland; Nephews: Michael Duran, Clifford Mathis, James Mathis, Billy Mathis; And great nephew, Elijah Mathis; And numerous other family members and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, James and Mary Ann Mathis; sister, Billie Sue Walters, Brother-in-law, Dan Walters; sister, Betty J. Mathis; nephew, Gary Duran and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.
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