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Maxine E. Ruble

May 23, 1943 - March 12, 2016

Maxine E. Ruble, 72 of Martins Ferry, Ohio died Saturday, March 12, 2016

At the East Ohio Regional Hospital in Martins Ferry, Ohio surrounded by her loving family.

She was born May 23, 1943 in Shadyside, Ohio a daughter of the late Creed and Irene Carmen Ruble.

Maxine was an independent hairdresser and a member of the Church Alive. She graduated from the Scott’s School of Cosmetology and the Wheeling Barber College and an active member of the Lansing Senior Center.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by one son, James R. Rutter, one brother, George Ruble and two brothers-in-law, Pete Halko and Harry Hornbeck.

Surviving are her husband, Horace Drewettt, five children, Karen (Bud) Thornburg of Yorkville,  Robin Rutter (Brady Williams) of Buckeye Lake,  Roxanne (Butch) Barnes of Mt. Pleasant, Larry (Stephanie) Rutter of Dillonvale and Tim (Jody) Rutter of Barnesville, Lisa (Steve Howard of Rayland and Lori Drewett-Snodgrass of Martins Ferry, her brothers and sisters, Shirley (Jim) Barnes of Kingman Arizona, Doris Halko of Colorado Springs, Colorado, Carol Hornbeck of Clarington, Margaret (Angelo) Rotundo of Colorado Springs, Colorado, Art ( Anna) Ruble of Colorado City, Colorado, Frank (Jo Ann) Ruble of Santa Teresa, New Mexico, Sherry (Rick) Cabral of Westminister, Colorado and Thomas (Loretta) Ruble of Pueblo, Colorado. Also seventeen grandchildren,Marty, Kinney, Jessy, Robert Jr., Jessie Ray, Nathaniel, Nikita, Mo, Mannie Lane, Gibby, Robert James, Clay Bo, Stephen, Naomi, Amber, Bobby, Ondrea, and Devon, twenty-two great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.

Maxine has requested that there be no visitation or services and that she be remembered as being a loving wife, mother, sister, grandmother, great grandmother, aunt and friend.

Arrangements by the Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Homes & Crematory 3900 Central Avenue Shadyside, Ohio.

Share your thoughts and memories with Maxine’s family at www.bauknechtamtmeyer. com.

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