RuthAnn Brog

March 5, 1941November 15, 2021

Our family gained the most incredible guardian angel. RuthAnn Brog, age 80, passed away Monday, November 15, 2021. There was no one quite like RuthAnn. From the size of her heart, her devotion to God, her cooking, her style, and her love for anything black, white, silver, or red, she was one of a kind. She is now watching over her husband, David Brog; children Brenda (Gino) Harris, Mike (Cindy) Becker, Doug Becker, Bill Becker; stepchildren Dawn (Jim) Losinger, Alan Brog, Jody (Sheri) Brog; several grandchildren, great-grandchildren, extended family, and friends.

RuthAnn was sharp as a whip until her final moments, making jokes with the family and having sincere conversations because she wanted to make sure she was going to see everyone up in Heaven. One of her many rules in life was, “never leave the house without lipstick!” Even on her final day on Earth, she wore her lipstick.

Per her wishes, cremation has taken place. In memory of RuthAnn and in lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to David’s House Ministries, 2251 Hope Grove Ave. Sw, Wyoming, MI 49509. The family welcomes memories and messages in their guest book online at


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MJ Maki

November 17, 2021

My favorite memories are always her smile and care for others...
She wanted to make sure our family all knew Jesus as Lord and Savior..
Always without fail asked about my Jillian , She prayed for her regularly and truly cared how she was doing ...
I am sure she was greeted by so many she loved gone before her ,and the many she witnessed too ..
Her crown will truly be filled with many jewels for the continual love and compassion for all around her , sharing the love of our Lord Jesus..
Thinking of Dave and family with much love and prayers ....
Mary Jo and Larry Maki

Kris Hutta

November 17, 2021

So sorry for your loss. Prayers to your family from ours.
From: Bruce Ganzevoort and Kris Hutta