Stevens & Grass Funeral Home

4203 Salines DR, Malden, WV


Pamlyn McClurg Ruf

6 octobre 194625 juillet 2020

Pamlyn McClurg Ruf, 73 of DuPont City received her angel wings July 25, 2020 after a brief illness.

She was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia on July 17 and due to other medical issues wasn’t strong enough to tolerate the chemo. She passed away at CAMC Memorial with her sister by her side.

Pam was born on October 6, 1946 to Charles and Eva Woolery McClurg in Charleston, WV. She was a graduate of DuPont High School class of 1964. She was also a graduate of Fairmont State College and Keiser College in Melbourne, FL. She was retired from Merritt Island, FL Family Practice. She was a member of Cocoa Beach Presbyterian Church, DuPont City Presbyterian Church and also attended Belle Presbyterian Church where she was a choir member.

After 31 years of living in Florida, she returned home in 2002 to help care for her mother. Pam was a very caring person and loved doing for others. She loved doing crafts, paintings and working in her yard. She loved the beach and watching old westerns on TV. Her favorite place was Sanibel Island, FL where she would spend hours combing the beach for shells.

She was preceded in death by her husband, John P. Ruf; parents, Charles and Eva McClurg and brother-in-law, Sam Brown.

She leaves behind her sister and best friend, Kay McClurg Brown; Aunt Doris McClurg of Westerville, OH; three stepsons, Scot Ruf of Kansas City, KS, Bill Ruf of Bellingham, WA and Robert Ruf of Hartford, SD; two step granddaughters, Jade Ruf of British Columbia, Dana Strasburg of Kansas City, MO; step great grandson, Arthur Strasburg; several cousins in Ohio and her three dogs, Scarlet, Isabella and Lilly.

A Private Funeral Service for family and close friends will be held at 1:00 PM on Wednesday July 29, 2020 at Stevens & Grass Funeral Home, Malden with Rev. Denny Dodson officiating. Burial will follow at Montgomery Memorial Park, London.

A walk through visitation will be held one hour prior to the service on Wednesday.

If you plan to attend the services it is mandated by the Governor and the CDC that proper facial covering be worn and that social distancing be observed.

The family would like to give a special thanks to all the Doctors and nurses that cared for Pam.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to ASPCA 424 East 92nd Street, New York, NY 10128 or the Kanawha Charleston Humane Society, Charleston, WV.

The online guest book can be accessed at www.stevensandgrass.com.


  • Kay McClurg Ruf, Sister
  • Doris McClurg, Aunt
  • Scot Ruf, Stepson
  • Bill Ruf, Stepson
  • Robert Ruf, Stepson
  • Jade Ruf, Step Granddaughter
  • Dana Strasburg, Step Granddaughter
  • Arthur Strasburg, Step Great Grandson
  • Pam also leaves several cousins in Ohio and her three dogs, Scarlet, Isabelle and Lilly.


  • Walk Through Visitation

    mercredi, 29 juillet , 2020


Pamlyn McClurg Ruf


Joyce Robinson

5 août , 2020

Kay, so very sorry for the loss of your sweet sister, Pam, your best friend. My thoughts and my prayers are with you as you go through this sad time.

Robbin Kimble

29 juillet , 2020

Pam always had a cheerful hello and a hug for me when we got together at the retirement lunches. Always telling me about the trips you all had taken to the beach or out west. Sometimes lettin me know what was good on the menu. I am so sorry for your loss. Pam was your sister but also your best friend. May the memories you had together bring you comfort and peace.

Robbin Kimble

Roger & Linda Hall

28 juillet , 2020

Kay, we are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Roger and Linda Hall

Bev and Bill Dempsey

28 juillet , 2020

We are so sorry about the sudden passing of our dear friend Pam. Our condolences to her loving sister Kay, and all her family. We’re always going to cherish the memories of Pam’s humor, generosity, kindness and laughter.
Love, Bev and Bill

Jim & Charlotte Perry

28 juillet , 2020

Sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Barbara Sater

28 juillet , 2020

Dear Kay,
I think of Pam’s smile and laughter when we drove from Ohio to visit for the day. What fun reunions. I remember us putting together the history of our mothers‘ friendship when they were young girls, a friendship that lasted into their golden years. Their friendship brought you and Pam and Bev and I together. I treasure that connection: Eva’s two girls and Maxine’s two girls. Forever.
Love, Barb