Ruby Lee Robison Wyatt, 80, of Deer Park, left this world on December 24, 2010. She was welcomed into the arms of her heavenly Father after a short battle with meningitis. Ruby grew up in Marshall until moving to Dallas to work for Texas Instruments for 14 years. This is where she and Bill met and married in 1967. They moved to Decatur, Texas in 1975. Due to failing health she moved to Deer Park to be close to family. She enjoyed the time spent with the grandkids and great grandkids. She always wanted to make special memories with them and many memories she did! She had made Christmas ornaments for them every year for over 30 years. Another special time was making a gumdrop tree each year when they all came for annual Thanksgiving visit.
She was a quiet, loving servant for the Lord and loved to do things for others in time of need. She has been a member of Central Baptist in Deer Park for past 3 ½ years and a member at Greenwood Baptist, Greenwood, Texas for over 35 years. She was a loving wife, mother, sister, grandmother, great grandmother, aunt and a loving friend to many. Ruby will be greatly by all that loved her.
She is survived by her husband William S. Wyatt residing at San Jacinto Manor Nursing Home, Deer Park, Texas; children Sherry Lynn Harris and husband Gene. Patricia Ann Warren and husband Jim, and James Steven Jackson and wife Monica; brothers Babe Monroe Robison, Jr. and Henry Eugene Robison and wife Betty; 13 Grandchildren;
29 Great Grandchildren; Nieces and Nephews; and many many friends.
Ruby is preceded in death by her father Babe Monroe Robison; mother Ennie Ora Robison; sister Robbie Nell George; and nephew Billy Dean Robison.
A celebration of Ruby’s life will be held at 10am Thursday, January 6, 2011 at Central Baptist Church, Deer Park, TX. Rev. Tim Dunn will be officiating and Charles Byrd, Sunday School Teacher, sharing precious memories.
An additional service will be held at 2pm Friday, January 7, 2011 at Greenwood Baptist Church, Greenwood, TX. Rev. Tracy Epting will be officiating.
In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Deer Park Central Baptist Building Program, 2010 Center St, Deer Park, TX 77536.