November 27, 1927 ~ September 15, 2019

Born in: Kittsville, Kentucky,
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Alma 'Ruth' Finn, 91, went to be with the Lord on September 15, 2019. Ruth is survived by her husband of 48 years, William Finn; daughter, Leslie Jean Talbert; and son, Kenneth George Kissell. She was preceded in death by two sons, Danny Joe and William Martin Kissell. Ruth leaves behind a host of family members and friends that she shared many prayers and blessings with. She had a deep love and faith in God, which motivated her to spread God's word. She had a gift of writing that began in her youth and continued for a lifetime. She liked nothing better than to sit down to a cup of tea and talk about her love of the lord, while nibbling on a cookie. Ruth loved flowers and gardening which she would often attribute to her mother and father's upbringing and life on the farm. There are too many children, grandchildren and great grandchildren to count, but she loved her family and friends. Please join us for a Tea Party Memorial honoring Alma Ruth Finn's memory, 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 29, 2019, at Knights of Columbus Henkle Hall, 1200 Acero Ave., Pueblo, Colo.

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  1. Ruth was a “Zealot” for the Lord Jesus Christ. From the time I met her and Bill at Highest Praise Fellowship she was ” on fire for JESUS”. Always a true christian. I will truly miss her, and our bible study we shared with Bill at their home. Praise GOD!! Ruth you finished your race!

  2. The day I met “Ruth” she shared with me her death / back to life experience, her love of God and she invited me to her home for bible study. Over the next few years I got to know Ruth and her love for God. She taught me so much about the Holy Spirit, the power of God, and about being a Christian. Her love for God was such a joy to watch and truly inspired me in my walk with Jesus. Ruth….thank you for sharing your Christianity and for always making me feel like “family.” I am comforted to know you are with our Lord in Heaven and I will never forget you.

  3. Ruth was special and a real jewel. Her prayers all powerful and touching. Am privileged to have met her and sat in her presence. Loved listening to her stories about her life experiences. Loved to her her read her writings. Hope he writings will be published in a book. Sure would love to have a copy of it.
    So sorry for our loss, but we will meet again if we make heaven our home.
    Prayers for comfort for all family and friends.
    Diana Gookin

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