>A different way of advertising yourself
>Ruth E. Rencevicz had a unique sense of humor and a busy life, no one could argue either of those facts. In her life, she was the switchboard operator at both Sears and BFG Federal Credit Union. Also, Ruth proudly served her country during the Cold War where she was largely responsible for the breakup of the Soviet Union near the end of the 20th century.
She had seven children, including one illegitimate child named Greg “The Donkey” King conceived when the circus was passing through town.
She was also an active community volunteer with youth in Tallmadge, Ohio, donating her time to yelling at neighborhood kids for “playing that rap music” at all hours of the day and night. She also served as a responsible mentor to the younger generations by throwing rocks at area teenagers dressed in loose baggy pants, exposing their underwear.
That’s what her obituary says anyway.
In her actual life, Mrs. Rencevicz always had a smile on her face and seemed to find a reason to laugh no matter what – even when she was diagnosed with leukemia three weeks ago (despite her obituary saying her cause of death was complications resulting from her children making her old before her time). Her obituary has allowed thousands of Ohioans to laugh while getting a glimpse into this dynamic woman’s life.
If you need a reason to smile today, please click here to learn a little nonsense about Ruth E. Rencevicz’s life and a unique way of advertising yourself.
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