OBITUARY

Ruth L. Monas

July 29, 1924January 29, 2021
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Ruth L. (Young) Monas, 96 of Waynesburg, formerly of Jefferson, passed away on Friday, January 29, 2021. Mrs. Monas was the youngest daughter of Stephen A. and Goldie Moore Young, and was born on the family farm in Pitt Gas, Jefferson Township, on July 29, 1924. She was a 1942 graduate of Jefferson High School. Ruth married her late husband, George E. Monas, on December 25, 1944 while he was home on leave from the United States Navy during WW II. Mrs. Monas was an active member and elder of the (former) Clarksville Pleasant Valley Presbyterian Church for many years. She was also a long-time member of the Filer-Sadlek, Unit 954, American Legion Auxiliary. She will be remembered by her family and friends for her kindness, enthusiastic spirt and genuine concern for all. An avid Pirates and Steelers fan, Ruth loved to cook and bake, sharing her goodies generously with family and friends. Surviving are her children, Vicki Monas of Waynesburg, Brad Monas and his wife Charlene of Waynesburg. She adored her grandchildren, Major Kent Monas, USA and his wife Mallorie, Natalie Smith and her husband Josef, and Lt. Mitchell Monas, USN, and his wife Hannah. Great grandma loved her great grandchildren, Grant, Lily, Charlotte, Matthew, and Mason. Also a special nephew Richard Teegarden and several other nieces and nephews. Ruth was the last of eight brothers and sisters, Elizabeth Virgin, Denzil Young, Ellen Rohland, Robert Young, Mary Frances Robertson, Stephen Young, and twins, William Young and Wilda Teegarden.

  • FAMILY

  • Vicki Monas, Daughter
  • Brad (Charlene) Monas, Son
  • She adored her grandchildren, Major Kent Monas, USA and his wife Mallorie, Natalie Smith and her husband Josef, and Lt. Mitchell Monas, USN, and his wife Hannah. Great grandma loved her great grandchildren, Grant, Lily, Charlotte, Matthew, and Mason. Also a special nephew Richard Teegarden and several other nieces and nephews.


    Ruth was the last of eight brothers and sisters, Elizabeth Virgin, Denzil Young, Ellen Rohland, Robert Young, Mary Frances Robertson, Stephen Young, and twins, William Young and Wilda Teegarden.
  • DONATIONS

  • American Legion Auxiliary Post #954

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  • Private Services

    Monday, February 1, 2021

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timothy cottle

February 2, 2021

(hit enter too quick), some of my family's greatest friends over the years were George and Ruth, i know my father (rip) greatly loved and respected Vickie in her dedication to education as well our friendships over the years, will always cherish our interactions at events when i was young and of course the 'goodies'...and attending legion baseball games where Brad was playing on the legion field which i miss...prayers to all, they are with each other and perhaps some of their buddies, Bud and Lud etc....

timothy cottle

February 2, 2021

so sorry for the family's loss...as stated, my family was the recipient of her many good treats and food, fond memories which we just discussed the other day of how we missed them...prayers and condolences...
cottle family

Louis Moore

February 2, 2021

My Condolences and prayers go out to the family, Ruth was a cousin from long, long ago. Her Mother was my Father's sister. I have many memories from visiting her Mother when Ruth was a young girl .
Louis Moore

Cyndee Scott

February 2, 2021

Vickie, Brad and Family, so very sorry to read of the loss of your mother. Sending hugs and prayers.
Cyndee Titus Scott

Beverly Calvert

February 2, 2021

Dear Brad, Charlene, and family,
You have our thoughts and prayers as you have said goodbye to such a treasure. Our sincere sympathy and hearts go out to you. What a grand reunion it will be when you see her again in Heaven.

Love, Larry and Beverly Calvert

Tom & Janet Shumaker

February 1, 2021

Vickie, Brad & Family: Our heartfelt condolences on the passing of your Mom. There are not enough words to describe your Mom & her kindness. She & Vickie were a permanent fixture at Post 954s Veterans Day program, Post Everlasting & at Greene Co. Memorial Park on Memorial Day. She will be missed, but not forgotten. May God comfort you now & forever.

Deborah Chulick

February 1, 2021

Our very deepest sympathy to your family at this most difficult time. No matter where I saw her she always had time to chat for a fewminutes. A wonderful lady. Den and Deb Chulick

Linda hoyle

February 1, 2021

Vicki and family, so sorry to hear of the passing of your Mom, she was such a wonderful lady. My sincere condolences and Prayers.

Hoyle Family

Bridget and Dale Ankney

February 1, 2021

Vicki and family, our Deepest Condolences for your loss. I have such fond memories of your mother. Wishing your family comfort and prayers for this difficult time.

Bridget and Dale Ankney and family

Heather Dodds

January 31, 2021

Vicki, I am so sorry to hear of your Mother's passing. She always brightened up my days when she would come for her week-long visits. What a beautiful woman, inside & out! Your family is in my prayers.

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