Eileen Ann Rutledge Eileen Rutledge 82 of Duluth Georgia passed away on Monday August 14, 2017. She is survived by her husband of nearly 67 years, Ramon H. Rutledge; Sons and daughters-in-law, William and Michelle Rutledge of Monks Corner SC, Ramon Jr and Angela Rutledge of Pacific MO, John and Mary Beth Rutledge of Snellville GA ; Daughters and sons-in-law, Erin and Gerry Roewe of Oakville MO, Lynn and Dennis Drew of Mount Pleasant SC; 7 Grandchildren Michael Rutledge, William Rutledge and wife Rachel, Ramon Rutledge III, Lillian Rutledge, Vincent Whittenburg, Amanda Fulmer and husband Matt, and Emmett Rutledge; 5 Great Grandchildren Michael Rutledge, Jade Rutledge, Elyott Whittenburg, Abel Fulmer and Luke Fulmer. Mrs. Rutledge was born in St. Louis Mo, Eileen Ann Stack to Margaret and Garrett Stack on August 24, 1934. She had 3 sisters Virginia, Mary Ellen and Cathleen and 2 brothers, Jerry Stack of Colorado Springs CO, and Thomas Stack who still resides’ in St. Louis with his wife Peggy. Eileen married Ramon Rutledge on August 28, 1950 and resided in St. Louis until her husband was discharged from the service and they moved to Illinois in 1955. They lived in Granite City Illinois for 30 years until moving to Duluth Georgia in 1985 where they have lived for the past 32 years. She was known as “mom” to far more kids than the 5 that she bore and is remembered for being a sweet, kind and thoughtful person. She was always singing a song and had a smile for everyone. Her life will be celebrated in a service at the Catholic Church of St. Monica in Duluth Georgia on Friday August 18th at 11am, followed by a brief reception. Online condolences can be expressed at www.wagesandsons.com

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  1. Our deepest sympathy to the Rutledge, Eileen will be missed and will be remembered.
    Gordon Roewe and Mary Jean Reuter

  2. Eileen was like a second mom to me. I spent a lot of time at there house when I was a kid. She was always their to talk to me about all kinds of things and she always gave me great advise. I babysat for Erin, Lynn and John. John was my ring bearer in my wedding. I met Eileen’s niece Nancy and kept her as a friend all these years. Even though they moved to Georgia I always thought of her. I loved Eileen very much, she will always have a piece of my heart. Love all of you. Maggie

  3. Eileen will be missed by all that knew her. She showed love, concern, happiness and compation, confort and a host of other emotions with the smile that lite up the room. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends. May her memories bring comfort. God bless you and keep you safe. Love, Bob and Lucie.

  4. No doubt she’s happy and safe where she’s gone, love, prayers and stong will to the ones she’s left behind.

  5. I am forever grateful for every second I got spend with you, Grandma. Love you forever and for always. There will never be a day that I don’t miss you.
    Love, Mandy

  6. Aunt Eileen, you will be missed. Love to Uncle Ray and all my cousins at this time of loss. Our thoughts and prayers are lifted up for you all.

  7. I have been blessed with wonderful Aunt’s..I have been treated as though I was one of her children ( also by Aunt Mary Onion) I will miss taking vacation to visit but I will never ever forget how I was made to feel so special..Love you Eileen love to Uncle Ray also

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