Rudolph A. Ames

September 11, 1926July 2, 2018

Rudolph A. Ames, 91, of Brooksville, Florida passed away Mon. July 2, 2018. He was born in Auburn, Maine to George and Alice Ames. He worked for General Electric as a metal fabricator then retired to Florida. He was of the Catholic faith and will be dearly missed by his loving family and friends. He is preceded in death by his first wife, Beverly M. Ames; daughter, Roxanne Bragg; brother, Vernon Ames and sisters, Cora Chase and Barbara Rossitto. He is survived by his loving wife, Elsie M. Ames; sons, Ricky and Kevin Ames; daughter, Cindy Bombaro; many grandchildren, great grandchildren and great great-grandchildren. Memorial service will be held at a later date.


Rudolph A. Ames

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Susan Bourque

August 1, 2018

My first visit to Florida were Rudy and Mom lived in spring hills. You and mom took me to this place called monkey island we took a boat ride out and around the island were the monkeys lived. That was a nice boat ride and when we got back we went out to eat for some seafood. We all had a very nice day. And you and mom took me other places while I was there to. All in all it was a very nice visit to Florida I spent two weeks with you both. I will miss the visits with all three of us doing things together. Till we meet again. Sue


July 26, 2018

How can I put together all the wonderful memories of our marriage? I will cherish all of them in my heart for the rest of my life. We would have celebrated our 25th Wedding Anniversary on the 24th of this month (July 24, 2018). You were always there for me through all the good times as well as the bad, in sickness and in health. One memory that sticks in my mind is how you used to help me decorate the house for all the holidays inside and outside. You would say, "Oh no! Not again!" But you always did it, and you enjoyed the finished product just as much as I did. I loved you for that. I will love you with all my heart and will miss you so much. Rest in Peace my love until we meet again.
Your loving wife, Elsie.

Cindy Bombaro

July 11, 2018

How do I choose one memory when I have 60 years of them to choose from? I do know I was ALWAYS Daddy’s little girl and there will forever be a piece of my heart in heaven with him. I miss you so much already Dad. You were always there when I needed advice, sometimes when I didn’t ask or want it! Lol But I know it was only because you wanted the best for me! I Love You Daddy! Until we meet again. 💔💔