Coral Ridge Funeral Home & Coral Ridge Cemetery

950 Chiquita Blvd. S, Cape Coral, FL


Ruth Elizabeth Cable

28 junio , 19173 junio , 2019

Ruth Elizabeth Cable (Leschefske/Leach), 101, of Cape Coral, FL, passed away Monday, June 3, 2019. Born June 28, 1917 in Detroit, MI.

She was an elementary and special education teacher for 28 years in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Illinois. Ruth was an active member of Christ Lutheran Church and Land of Lincoln Club.

She was preceded in death by her beloved husband of 51 years, Robert W. Cable (August 28, 2005) and sister, Lois M. Moeckel (July 13, 2013).

Ruth is survived by her son, Philip P. Daenzer (Kathleen); 3 grandchildren, Patricia R. Daenzer, David P. Daenzer and Barbara L. Buti (Jeffery); 2 great grandsons, Alec J. Buti and Eric D. Buti, and nephew, Fred Moeckel.

A visitation will be held Saturday, June 8th at Coral Ridge Funeral Home, 1630 SW Pine Island Rd., Cape Coral, FL 33991, between 9 to 11am with services and interment to follow.


  • Visitation sábado, 8 junio , 2019
  • Funeral Service sábado, 8 junio , 2019
  • Burial sábado, 8 junio , 2019
  • Memorial Service sábado, 8 junio , 2019


Ruth Elizabeth Cable


Aimee Villamil

8 junio , 2019

Someone so special can never be forgotten. Rest in peace lovely Ruth...We go a miss you but now you are in heaven in company with your husband....My deepest condolence for her family and friends

Cathy Nusgart

5 junio , 2019

I will always remember Mrs Cable with affection and happy memories. She became friends with my parents in the late 1960’s. They were from Italy and she introduced us to a lot of American foods and customs. We shared many fun times together while I was growing up.

Some of my fondest memories include sleepovers, going to pick up Bob’s mother from the train station, her delicious cooking, and rides in her sporty little red mustang. She even taught me how to read before I started kindergarten.

Most importantly, she was always kind, loved to play the piano, and an amazing singer. She will always be remembered as a classy, fun, and feisty lady. I’m sure she is in heaven smiling down at everyone. I hope she can share some laughs now in heaven with our mom.

You’ll be missed Mrs. Cable by many people who’s lives you touched in such a positive and loving way. With Love, the Nunziati family