Ruby M. McDaris
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Ruby M. McDaris , Age: 97
February 08, 1921 -- March 11, 2018

Ruby M. McDaris, died on Sunday, March 11, 2018. Graveside services will be held at 9:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 14, at Leavenworth National Cemetery, 150 Muncie Rd. Leavenworth, KS 66048. Ruby was born on February 8, 1921, to William Thomas and Minnie Jenkins in Barclay, KS. She was married to Robert McDaris. She is survived by son, Ronald McDaris, daughter, Rose Mary McDaris, three grandchildren, Michael Ingardia, Eva Bartush, and Cassie McDaris, and six great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, Robert McDaris, daughter, Eva Pauline McDaris, son, Robert McDaris, daughter, Minnie Mae Ingardia, brothers, William Jenkins, David Jenkins, sisters, Vera Anderson and Ruth Venis. Ruby retired from John Hancock Insurance Company after many years of service. She won countless blue ribbons at the Wyandotte County Fair for her canning, pies, quilts, and embroidery. She attended Shawnee Boulevard Christian Church, Wyandotte County Christian Church, Lakeview Chapel, and Calvary Baptist Church.

Additional Service: Graveside Service
Location: Leavenworth National Cemetery
Address: 150 Muncie Rd.
City: Leavenworth
State: Kansas
Zip Code: 66048
Date: March 14, 2018
Time: 9:00 am
Additional Information: No Additional Information Added
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Clifford Eller March 14, 2018

Sunday School Class Overland Park , Kansas

My wife (who is also named Ruby) and I had the pleasure of knowing Ruby as we attended the same Sunday School class at Calvary Baptist Church for several years. You have our sympathy as we all miss her smile and kindness.

John Greiner March 14, 2018

Friend Lenexa , Kansas

Dear Rose Mary, Sorry about your mothers death. I lived at 9026 Cottonwood Circle just west of Ruby when she was on Cottonwood. Ruby, you , Edith Litto and I used to pick apples each Fall for several years. I would climb the tree to get higher and also used the extended pole with the wire catcher on the end. Made really good apple sauce and apple butter and pies. Your mom also gave us a piece or a whole apple pie once in a while. Sorry your mom lost the duplex and the new people cut down the tree about the 2nd or third year they were there. Kept in touch with your mom since she went to Heritage. She was a real inspiration. Our heartfelt condolences go out to you, your brother and the grandkids. John and Anna Mae Greiner.