OBITUARY

Ruth Ann Lievsay Haygood

August 7, 1944August 7, 2019
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Ruth Ann Lievsay Haygood, 75 passed away on August 7, 2019 in Dallas, Texas. She was born on August 7, 1944 in Dallas, Texas to Margaret and Marvin Lievsay. Ruth Ann was raised in Dallas, Texas where she attended and graduated from WW Samuell High School in 1962. She married Charles Haygood on July 18 in Las Vegas, Nevada. They enjoyed 24 years of marriage together.

In her spare time Ruth Ann enjoyed watching sports especially the Dallas Cowboys and Texas Rangers. She also enjoyed NASCAR. Ruth Ann loved going to the movies, reading, spending time with her children, her sisters, her cousins luncheons, and most importantly her loving husband Charles and their sweet fur-baby Amos. Her family and friends will always remember her as a loving wife, giving mother, sweet sister, and Nana to all of her grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Ruth Ann is preceded in death by her parents, Margaret and Marvin Lievsay, her grandparents, and her nephews, Jason and Joel Olsson.

She is survived by her loving husband, Charles Haygood; Children Kelsie (husband Randy) Webster, Don “Bubba” Barr II (Wife Deedra) and Kris Ann (husband Ronnie) Randle. Loving Bonus Children, Eric Haygood (Wife Kim), Chris Haygood, and Shawn (Wife Amanda) Haygood. Numerous Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren. Also she leaves behind cherished memories with her sisters and many loving cousins.

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, September 14, 2019

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Charles Haygood

September 14, 2019

Kelsie Webster

September 13, 2019

Kelsie Webster

September 13, 2019

Mom, this has been hard to write. I miss you so much, life has changed. I get sad, I laugh at our fun times, I remember different moments from the past. I get mad at you for leaving so soon, but then my heart just aches. I love you more than you probably ever knew. I miss our talks when I was driving home from work. I miss the texts in the morning letting me know there's a wreck on 30 "Kelsie be careful". I laugh at the time you asked what I GIF is and the "I LOVE U" you sent me everyday. I know you are in a better place where you are healed, happy and healthy sitting at the feet of God. Until I see you again, I'll never forget our time together. I love you Mom, Kelsie

Don Barr 2

September 11, 2019

I’ll always remember my mom taking me to school in the morning and this one Paul Simon song would come on the radio and we would sing it together. It is because of my mother I have a great appreciation and love of music. My mother introduced me to music when I was very young and I’ll never forget that. She never questioned or judged me negatively on any decisions I made in this life, all she ever did was love and support me and I’ll remember that forever

Kayleigh Przybylski

September 11, 2019

I cannot believe that you are already gone....i feel bad because i didnt really get to see you....but i know that you are in heaven having a good time and dancing around without your crazy cane lol, im jealous that you get to see all of our family, friends and my sister- Emmaleigh, im sad that your gone, but happy because your not in pain and with jesus, 👁❤U sooo much Nana!

Kay Scott

September 11, 2019

My dear friend, you left us much too soon. I will cherish always our memories and many, many laughs as we navigated thru young marriage and motherhood. I hope you and Doug have re-connected and I know how happy your mama and daddy are to see you. We will all be together someday walking on those "streets of gold".
Love,
Kay

Jenny Tabak

September 10, 2019

My Big Sister...
You were always introduced as the "oldest" and I as the "baby"... we were the bookends to Margaret and Marvin's girls. And, I could never imagine a better group to be part of. You are our funny big sister and could always make us laugh. We shared laughs, loves, tears, ups and downs; our lives. We are a bit lost without our oldest.
You left us way to fast; we were not ready to lose you. Your sudden death has reminded me how lucky I am to have my sisters, bro-in-laws, nieces, nephews and cousins. Your memory will live on in each one of us.
Love you more, your baby sister

Julie Welch

September 10, 2019

This is a tough one...Ruth Ann, you always showed and shared such love and laughter to your family, friends, and just about anyone you met. Your laughter was one of a kind, it would make your day. Recently, a few cousins had a group text going on and some of the stuff you would say would literally make me belly laugh. I loved that about you. You kept us up to date with what was going on in your family and would reminisce about childhood days. I could be having a bad day and I got to where I looked so forward to what were you going to say next! You will be missed by so many my dear cousin. Our family is so large and have been together through so much while existing here on this place we call Earth, surely God has a neighborhood set aside for us so someday we will be together again. Prayers going out to surround your entire family. Your famous sign off text slogan, 👁️❤️ ALL MY COUSINS!!
Forever in my prayers, love you, cousin Julie


Sandy Pratz

September 10, 2019

To my Big Sis who was always the one with the best sense of humor. I will treasure the memories of our times together and how much fun we always had and all the laughter we shared when the four of us, and Momma, were together. I miss you so much. Sisters forever, I Love You, Sista Sandy

Sunday Olsson

September 10, 2019

To my dear sweet big sista will miss you more than you will ever know.
We have been so blessed to have the relationship we shared along with Sandy and Jenny.
We have shared our lives and my memories will help keep you alive in my heart.
Love you forever,
Sista Sunday

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