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Ruth Skaggs

Ruth Skaggs, age 58, of Rolla, passed away peacefully on Saturday, February 27, 2016, at her residence surrounded by her loving family. Ruth was born on October 18, 1957, in Steelville, a daughter to the late Joseph B. Sr. and Velma L. (Midyett) Bailey. On June 29, 1975, Ruth was untied in marriage in Rolla, to Bill Skaggs, who survives at their home. In addition to her husband of 41 years, Ruth is survived by her family: son, Billy Skaggs and family; daughter, Amy Skaggs and family; son, Robert Skaggs and family and son, Jason Skaggs; four sisters, three brothers, along with other family and friends. Memorial service will be held on Thursday, March 3, 2016, at 2:00 p.m. at Lion's Club Park in Rolla. In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy maybe made to Bill Skaggs. Arrangements are under the direction of Rolla Cremation and Memorial (573-341-0220) www.rollacremation.com

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I couldn't have had a better friend that what I had in Ruth, she was definitely a great friend. I will always cherish the memories I have of her, she was more like family then a friend. I will miss her greatly. I pray for peace and strength for Bill and the rest of the family.

- Sharon Floyd Dec 31 1969 12:00 AM

RIP Ruth. You will be greatly missed. Love our get togethers when Betty & I could get to town on the same time. Another angel has gone home.

- Edna McBroom Dec 31 1969 12:00 AM

sending love and prayers to the family. Rest in peace ruth!

- wendy picton Dec 31 1969 12:00 AM

Bill & Family, all of you are my thoughts & prayers. Ruth is & will be loved & missed greatly. She was always a fun loving person & could sing, I loved hearing her sing. I remember as a teen when Pat & I would plan on going to town or somewhere sometimes we would jot down to Bill & Ruth's and she would laugh at us when we would tell her what we were up to..then she would try to be the adult and tell us--girls you shouldn't do that or no you don't do that & if you do better be careful & so on. In the mean still laughing at us too. So funny she was!! Later in years would enjoy hearing her sing at Karaoke at different places & visit & have a good time, she was always smiling or laughing. Love ya Ruth!! R.I.P. My Friend you will be loved & missed.

- Doreen Moore Dec 31 1969 12:00 AM

She will be greatly missed , so many of my friends are leaving this world for a better place I am sad she went but happy she will no longer be in pain .

- Mickey Amport Dec 31 1969 12:00 AM