Obituary for Ruth Ann Culp-Barner

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Ruth Ann Culp-Barner

September 23, 1943 - June 25, 2011

Ruth Ann Culp – Barner, age 67 passed away Saturday evening June 25, 2011 at Bloomington Hospital. She was a resident of Nashville. Ruth was born on September 23, 1943 in Helmsburg to the late Robert A. and Letha J. (Snyder) Board. She married Steven M. Barner on September 21, 2000. He survives. Other survivors include one son: Michael (wife, Jennie) Culp of Nashville; one sister: Diana (husband, Jerry) Presnell of Johnson City, Tenn.; one brother: Frank (wife, Beth) Board of Flagstaff, AZ; three grandchildren Selena Stewart, Lauren & Elijah Culp all of Nashville; and caregiver & close friend: Pam Maddox. Ruth retired in 2007, as the Supervisor of Salad Bar/ Baker for the Brown County Inn, after 15 years of service. She loved spending time with her grandchildren and dog "Freckles". She was a fan of NASCAR with Tony Stewart and Dale Earnhart Jr. being her favorite drivers. Ruth enjoyed collecting angels, crocheting and working jig saw puzzles. The Rev. Paul Harden will conduct a funeral service at 1:00 pm, Thursday at Meredith – Clark Funeral Home Cremation & Personalization Center, 179 E. Mulberry Street in Morgantown. Friends may call from 11 am until time of service on Thursday at the funeral home. Burial will be at Greenlawn Cemetery in Nashville. Memorial contributions may be sent in honor of Ruth to the American Cancer Society, 5635 W. 96th St. Suite 100 Indianapolis, IN 46206 or the Brown County Humane Society, 5820 N. Bittersweet Road Morgantown, IN 46160.


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Born: September 23, 1943
Died: June 25, 2011

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Lauren Culp posted on 1/1/00

Ruth Ann Culp was by far the greatest woman i have ever met. she was the best greatest grandmother anyone could ever ask for. she taught me to be strong, she taught me to never care what other people think, she cooked the best food. she worked at the BCI for many years, she was a kind woman and excepted everyone for who the are. she was loved dearly by lots of people. she will forever be in our hearts. she was like a second mother to me. and i enjoyed every minute, everyday and every second i got to spend with her. I love you ma maw !!!!! miss you more and more each day.