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W. Ruth West
June 28, 1918-Jan. 24, 2013
Renton, Washington
From Margo Leino
March 7, 2013

My sympathy to all of Ruth's family and friends. I met her at a painting class in Paradise, CA years ago. She was a great cook, talented artist and always helpful. Her paintings were cheerful, bright and beautiful. A true reflection of her personality I will miss you my friend. Rest in peace.

From Cheri Norum Derohanian
Feb. 27, 2013

Ruth was a wonderful free spirit. She was self taught in the arts and horticulture. Ruth was always there for you if you needed a firend or a kind word. I have very fond memories of going to both the old Getty Museum with Ruth and Debbie in 1976 and the new Getty Museum with Ruth in 1999. Having Ruth along was like being guided through the artwork and gardens by an expert. We corresponded by letters for the last 20 years and I will miss her writings and friendship dearly.

From Donna Brownell
Feb. 11, 2013

Ruth was one of the most memorable people in my life. Right from the start, we were friends, and I could trust her to always be honest with me. In this day and age of pretense and lack of authenticity, Ruth was truly herself and shared with all of us her love of life. I miss her terribly, yet the memories make me laugh out loud as I recall them....and there are so many of them! My good friend, you have meant so much to me and you inspired me to never give up, no matter what. Thank you for that, and so much more.

From Lynne Stefanetti
Feb. 6, 2013

Ruth, such style and panache. She loved her painting and usually had it everywhere. As artists we could always count on her to tell what she thought of our work. She was one to never hold back and we loved her for it. She was a very loyal friend and everything about Ruth was just , what can I say, it was just Ruth. We all just loved her. Photos of Ruth at a LOTA meeting.Keep that brush wet Ruth. Happy Painting up there.

From Lynne Stefanetti
Feb. 6, 2013

Ruth loved to paint and it went everywhere. She loved to cook and was good at it.. She was such an enthusiastic person. When we had critiques at our LOTA meetings you could always count on Ruth for an honest opinion. We valued her and she was a loyal friend. She just loved life. The photos are at a LOTA meeting. Keep that brush wet up there .

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