E. Ruth “Cox” Kammer

E.  Ruth “Cox” Kammer, 80, of Pearland passed away on Tuesday, May 16, 2017 in Alvin, Texas. She was born August 24, 1936 to Charles and Ruby Larrison in Bryan, Texas.

Ruth raised goats and was an avid reader, which her favorite was Gone with the Wind.

Ruth is preceded in death by her parents, Pastor Charles and Ruby Larrison, brother Charles Calvin Larrison, Jr. and son Brady Cox.  She is survived by her daughter Sherry McGuire and her husband Jim of Pearland, TX; three grandchildren: Brad Cox and wife Summer, James McGuire and Summer Neal and Tabitha Tucker and husband Joey and eleven great grandchildren: Steven Cox, Ariel Cox, Kyle Brady Cox, Chance Brooks, Tyler Winzenried, Ryan Winzenried, Madi Tucker, Bailey McGuire, Brynn Neal, Kaydn McGuire and Ashlyn McGuire.

A visitation will be at 9:00am on Friday, May 19, 2017 at the James Crowder Funeral Home in La Marque with the Funeral Service at 10:00am.  Burial will follow the service at Galveston Memorial Park Cemetery in Hitchcock, Texas.

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  1. My favorite Nana-ism:
    Nana joined my annual Ornament Exchange party. On this particular year, she and my co-worker battled over one specific ornament. Nana stole it until it was frozen. She won! She was so happy, and she really rubbed it in with my co-worker. Then, Nana excused herself for the restroom. And my co-worker instantly excused herself… with Nana’s ornament! She picked it up, grabbed her purse, and walked out of the house. Everyone cracked up! …Until the laughter began to die down and she still hadn’t returned. She’s coming back, right????
    Nana returned from the restroom and noticed immediately what… and who… was missing. She turned 50 shades of red. I, being ever the faithful granddaughter, completely ratted out my co-worker, pointing to the door and exclaiming “She took it! And then she left!!!”
    Thankfully, my co-worker returned and handed Nana her ornament, along with some poignant message about gloating. As for Nana, I believe that was the last of those parties that she attended!!!
    Nana, I am so thankful to know where you are, with whom you are reunited, and the mansion built upon golden streets in which you now reside, complete with a Belle-sized library that fills your heart’s content. I wonder what ornaments adorn you now?


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