Ruth Cromwell Wetzstein

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Ruth Cromwell Wetzstein, 84, Acworth, GA, went to be with the Lord on Tuesday, May 22, 2018. She will be deeply missed by her family and friends. She is preceded in death by her husband of 52 years, M. Arthur “Art” Wetzstein and her parents, G. Custer Cromwell and Lula LeCompte Cromwell, of Rockville, MD. She is survived by her children, David Wetzstein, Cindy and Paul Worley, and Alan Wetzstein. She is also survived by her five grandchildren, Carissa and Sam Crochet, Nathan and Eilis Wetzstein, Matthew Worley, Cortland Wetzstein and Adam Wetzstein. She also leaves behind 5 great grandchildren, Aoibhi, Oisin, Eowyn, Elinor, and Desmond. After retiring from a career as a registered nurse, she was active in Servants On Wheels Ever Ready (SOWER), a Christian RV volunteer organization. She served on the board of directors of Concerned Methodists, and was a member of Kennesaw United Methodist Church.

A Celebration of Life service will be held Saturday, June 2nd at 3:00pm at Celebration Village of Acworth, 4460 Celebration Blvd, Acworth, GA 30144. A reception will be held immediately following the service onsite in the CL Sunflower Lounge. Ashes will be interred at a later date at the Georgia National Cemetery in Canton, GA. The family is requesting in lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in memory of Ruth Wetzstein to Snack in a Backpack, Blue Ridge, GA or Concerned Methodists, Fayetteville, NC.  Condolences for the family can be left at www.GeorgiaFuneralCare.com.

4 Comments To "Ruth Cromwell Wetzstein"

Angela Huffstetler On Jun 03 2018 at 10pm
Cindy , I am sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this time. Angela and Snack in a Backpack Volunteers. Reply to this comment
Allen Morris On Jun 01 2018 at 9pm
Cindy, David, Alan, & family, you all are very much in my thoughts. Both Ruth & Art were valued members of the Board of Directors of Concerned​ Methodists. When we were at the General Conference of the UMC in Cleveland, Ohio in 2000 they wanted to reach me during the proceedings. When they did see me again, your mom said, "Get a cell phone!" I got a cell phone so they could reach me at anytime. Then later when they had visited me at my home here in Fayetteville, North Carolina, your father went to see me at my church where I was in the top of one of those huge oak trees with a chainsaw cutting limbs. He did not say anything at the time, but when I got home that night he said, "No​ more climbing trees!"I listened. I have not climbed a tree since then. When we do get the heaven and they see us again, what do you think the first thing is that your mom will say? I can only imagine.... Reply to this comment
Kelsey Lee On May 28 2018 at 1am
To the family of Ruth Cromwell Wetzstein, I am sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in knowing that "Jehovah is close to the brokenhearted; He saves those who are crushed in spirit." (Psalm 34:18) With sympathy, Reply to this comment
Chris Rahn On May 28 2018 at 1am
Cindy and family, I am so sorry to hear about Ruth. Even though I only knew her for a short time it was a pleasure to know her. She is in a better place now and no more pain. Mom, Debby and I will not be able to make it to the service on Saturday because we are going home for a week to Iowa and will not be back in time. My thoughts are with you and your family. Chris Reply to this comment
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