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Laura Ruth Humphrey

August 29, 1925     ~     June 15, 2010

Laura “Ruth” Humphrey,84, Glasgow, died Tuesday, June 15, 2010, at the T. J. Samson Community Hospital. A daughter of the late Charlie and Mintie Glass Jeffries, she was a retired line worker at Sorensen’s and a member of the East Main United Methodist Church.

Survivors include one daughter, Gwendolyn Penny Cloyd (Joe) of Bowling Green; two grandchildren, Bobbie Jo Cloyd Herron (Donald) of Murfreesboro and Kevin Cloyd of Glasgow; three great-grandchildren, Sara Herron, Joshua Herron and Benjamin Herron; one brother, Junior Jeffries (Jeanette) of Park City; several nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Clayton Humphrey; one sister, Jeanette Martin, and three brothers, Delmar Jeffries, Charles Jeffries and Raymond Jeffries.

Funeral services will be held 2:00 p.m. Thursday at the Hatcher & Saddler Funeral Home with burial in the Glasgow Municipal Cemetery. Friends may call after 12 noon Wednesday at the funeral home.

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3 Entries for Laura Ruth Humphrey

  1. Gary Jeffries says:

    Aunt Ruth you will be missed very much..I am sorry i didn’t come to see you more..I love you very much, always have and always will…My thoughts and prayers are with you Penny..Your mom was the greatest.

  2. Sue Talarico says:

    Aunt Ruth, you were always loved and will be missed. I wish I had visited you more after my mother, Catherine, passed. Thank you for being such a wonderful aunt to me. You gave me many, many happy childhood memories of my visits to your house. Penny, you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Your mother will live on in your heart and you will never stop missing her, I am sorry to say, for there is no other love like a mother’s love…it is irreplacable.
    Love Always,

  3. Raquel Patterson says:

    Ms. Humphrey was always so generous and nice to me the short period of time that I took care of her at Glasgow Health and Rehabilitation Center. I could always come in her room and chat with her, she loved to talk about her daughter and grandson. Even though in the beginning she would correct me on the pronunciation of her name she was a cheerful woman. My prayers will be with the family and if there is anything that I can do please just let me know