Ruth K. WilsonJuly 01,2013
Ruth K. WilsonRuth K. Wilson
Ruth K. Wilson, 61, of Rutland and formerly of Mount Holly, died Friday, June 28, 2013, at her residence.
She was born Feb. 8, 1952, the daughter of William and Hazel (Pool) Simmermon.
Mrs. Wilson was employed in Massachusetts as a U.S. Postal Service rural carrier for 12 years until she had to retire due to failing health.
She was a member of All Saintsí Anglican Church.
Survivors include a son, Robert Wilson of Orange, Mass.; her mother of Jaffrey, N.H.; and a brother, William Simmermon of Washington.
The funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, July 3, at All Saintsí Anglican Church, 42 Woodstock Ave. in Rutland. Burial will follow in East Clarendon Cemetery.
There will be no calling hours.
Memorial contributions may be made to All Saintsí Anglican Church, PO Box 1261, Rutland, VT 05702.
Arrangements are under the direction of the Aldous Funeral Home.
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