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People’s Funeral Chapel

501 North Douty Street, Hanford, CA

OBITUARIO

Ruth Eleanor Bruget

25 noviembre , 192429 julio , 2020

Ruth Eleanor Bruget was born on November 25 1924 in Yankton South Dakota. To Anna (Evensen) & Ole K. Eide.

Growing up in small town Yankton, attending local schools, during the great depression, would help define her. You would make use of everything, even if you thought it was useless. The fifth of seven, two brothers and four sisters. Oldest brother enlisted in the Army. Older sisters were married and starting families of their own. With a younger sister of five years and brother by 10 years, she left school around high school to help around the house and begin working to contribute. When the youngest started school she went to work at a 5 and dime, and Gurneys Seed.

While working she met a young man working on the family farm by the name of Lloyd Bruget and they were married May 12, 1944. The first two years were tough after losing two children at birth. Cesareans had not made their way to Yankton. Three years later they were blessed with a daughter Darlene. It also was a difficult birth although she was healthy. Doctors advised against having any more. 10 years later and with a new procedure (cesarean) they had a son, David.

Working in a parts store and having pneumonia a few winters, Lloyd and Ruth decided to move to Pacific Beach, San Diego Ca.in 1959. Lloyd ran an Auto parts store in LaJolla for W & L. Only to just get settled and Ruth’s mother passed away in 1959 due to a blood clot. She would return to attend the service. They stayed in P B until they bought their first home in Linda Vista San Diego about 1966. Life was good until 1970 when Lloyd was diagnosed with Lung Cancer and had half a lung removed. With my older sister Darlene married and starting a family of her own in Porterville Ca. Lloyd and Ruth thought it would be a good idea to relocate closer so in 1973 he went to work for Leonard Tripp at Hanford Auto Supply (NAPA) in Hanford Ca. Hanford was now home. With family by his side, Dad would lose his battle with cancer 2/5/1975.

Ruth went to work at The Standard Register Company (business forms) in Hanford where she worked until retiring at the age of 64. While there she connected with co-workers and enjoyed their company during and after hours with fond memories. Ruth was family oriented from a young age, helping with siblings always putting the needs of others above her own. Also this lady loved to shop. I've never seen anything like it. No joke, all day. She could and would walk every isle picking up items thinking of others and contemplating if they could use or would like them. Christmas and holidays were always a big deal because, she went shopping. Along comes grandkids and of course there’s babysitting, slumber parties, school events, band, sports, competitions, NJB, Little League, Softball, Cheer, Water polo, she made a point to attend them all. With a sense of humor and unmatched wit she liked to clip funnies from the paper and form family comparisons with captions of her own. She always enjoyed a good laugh. So you better be prepared. Hobbies would include sewing, quilting, crocheting, some needlepoint as with most grandmas. Ruth cherished family and family was everything. Not only did you leave an impression, you left an indelible imprint in all of us. R.I.P. Mom. Ruth was preceded in death by her parents, Anna (Evensen) Eide and Ole Eide, both of Yankton, South Dakota. Husband Lloyd Bruget of Hanford, California. Their son Robert Bruget and daughter Carol Bruget both of Mission Hill, South Dakota. Sisters Agnes Cowman, Edith Cowman both of Yankton South Dakota. Marjorie Hogan of Apple Valley Minnesota. Brothers Arthur Eide of Cherokee Iowa. And Robert Eide of Toledo Ohio.

Ruth is survived by a daughter Darlene Painter and a son David Bruget both of Hanford California. Six grandchildren, eight great grandchildren, and one great great grandchild.

Ruth will be buried alongside Lloyd at Vangen Church Cemetery, in Mission Hill South Dakota.

Vangen, has some historical significance. Their Children, Lloyds Parents, Grandparents, Uncles, Aunts, and Cousins are buried there.

Thank You for taking time for Mom. Please feel free to share. The family of Ruth Eleanor Bruget.

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I remember as kids Ashley would invite me over for a sleep over or we’d go there after school sometimes and watch TV! Grandma Ruth was a feisty little thing and she always had us laughing!
Lots of love goes out to the family during this time. Losing our loved ones is hard but thank God that we have the ability to hold onto memories because that is what gets you through those hard times.

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