Lois Rudibaugh

Lois Rudibaugh

October 28, 1919 November 27, 2019

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Obituary for Lois A. Greenwood Rudibaugh (Brookes)


EAST LIVERPOOL – Lois A. Greenwood Rudibaugh, lifelong East Liverpool resident, passed away Wednesday, November 27, 2019 at the Orchards of East Liverpool. She was 100.

Born in East Liverpool, October 28, 1919, she was a daughter of the late Harold and Ethel Patterson Brookes. She was a member of the 1st Church of the Nazarene Church in East Liverpool and a member of the New Century Club. Lois loved being outdoors and enjoyed flower arranging.

She was preceded in death by her three husbands, Harry T. Greenwood, Edwin Babb and Charles Rudibaugh.

Lois is survived by her son H. Thomas Greenwood, of East Liverpool, a step-daughter Beverly Siceloff of The Villages, Florida, and a step-son, Dick Rudibaugh, of Colorado. She will also be fondly remembered by several nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents she was preceded by a grandson Ryan Thomas Greenwood, two sisters and two brothers.

Arrangements have been entrusted to the Dawson Funeral Home.

Private burial will be held at a later date at Columbiana County Memorial Park.

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Mary E. Davis

My sincerest sympathy goes out to you. I worked with Lois at the bank many years ago. She was the sweetest, kindest person I had ever met. She was every bit a "Lady"in every sense of the word. I know you will miss her, but you really had her for a long time.Cherish the memories.
Mary E. Davis
Comment | Posted at 06:21pm via Condolence

Beverly Siceloff

Lois was one of the most kind, loving persons ever! My dad, Charles Rudibaugh, was married to her for 5 beautiful years and until he lost his life to lung cancer.....he would tell you they were neighbors as children and he always loved her. The day he told me they were going to be married he had a smile on his Face I’d not seen for years. Last year my husband, Tom and I visited her in her 4th street home and she was Amazing! We had a lovely visit, she was mentally sharp with her usual adoring personality, and I will cherish those moments forever! We always knew how much she loved her son, Tom, and she was so happy to meet my Tom! After she had asked him to her about himself, she proudly said to my Tom, “now let me tell you about My Tom!” Tom truly HAS lost his Best Friend!!! God rest her beautiful soul, Tom!
Comment | Posted at 08:45pm via Condolence

Cindy Vincent

Mrs. “Greenwood” Rudibaugh has held special place in my heart ever since I was little girl and her neighbor. She was the kindest, gentlest and so very beautiful. I will forever treasure all my memories of her and our times and talks shared. True blessings. Tom, thinking of you. God bless.
Love, Cindy Vincent
Comment | Posted at 01:22am via Condolence

Lisa Quarterman

Lois was a wonderful sweet lady. I was honored to get a little time to know but we talked half the night many many nights she will be missed dearly.
Comment | Posted at 09:53pm via Condolence

Tom Greenwood

Thank you Lisa !
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Rick Jackson

I Certainly Loved You "Saucy Baby." My Favorite Aunt. I Shall Miss You Greatly! The "Magnificent-seven" is now complete. In my Heart it's Melting worth grief inside but, in my Spirit there is "Joy unspeakable and full of glory." "Blessed are those who die in the Lord, and their works do follow them." Revelation 4:13.
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