Weinberg, Ruth Virginia Passed away quietly Wednesday morning May 10, 2017 in her home in Mendon Michigan with her family at her side. She was one of 11 children born June 17, 1922 of Fred and Ethel Lyons in Plainwell Michigan. Her husband Wilbur preceded her in death March 28, 2013 and her eldest son Watson November 22, 2014 at age 72. Remaining are David Weinberg, Louise Millard, and (Tom Millard) of Mendon. She had 10 grandchildren Wilbur Jr. Weinberg, Ginger Fryling, Jay Weinberg, Tony Weinberg, Tim Weinberg, Candy Lang, Shane Leech, Melisa Leech, Justin Weinberg, & Julie Rice. Her sister Marilyn Scott of Yellville Arkansas her cousin/sister-in-law Fanny Weinberg, sister-in-law Lois & brother-in-law Dick Henry of Glen Arbor Mi. Numerous great and great-great-grandchildren. Numerous nephews and nieces.Ruth's greatest love was for her great God Jehovah, she loved telling people about his glorious kingdom soon to come here on earth. Besides the many duties of a Farmer's wife she loved to sell. In the early 70s she bought and sold antiques she even had a small shop in Vicksburg. She loved jewelry and she sold Indian jewelry at stores parties and festivals for the next 30 years. Ruth loved people she was always there helping or giving to someone in need but most of all she loved her grandchildren her oldest grandson Wilbur Jr. devoted the last five years, 24/7, to care for her during her illness of Alzheimers. Her memory will always be in our hearts. I can see her now making a salad and preparing our food to take on an adventurous trip in the superstition Mountains for a fancy cookout. Where the smell of steaks cooking fill the air and the grandchildren playing in the water in the river bed and collecting beautiful rocks.Think of her in the spring time when all the beautiful flowers fill the garden, and in the fall, on a cool frosty morning when you see the pumpkins and gourds decorate the fields waiting to be picked. Ruth loved this beautiful earth that Jehovah and his son Christ Jesus created for us. She loved the wonderful life she lived.