June 8, 1935 ~ April 24, 2022

Born in: Shulerville, South Carolina
Resided in: Lawrenceville, Georgia

In great sorrow we announce the passing of Ruby Virgina Moff, age 86 of Lawrenceville, GA. She entered her final rest on Sunday, April 24,2022 at Winder Health Care Center.

Ruby is the widow of the late Richard V Moff. Ruby is known for her big vibrant personality, her love of fashion and sense of style. Ruby always enjoyed dancing, traveling and loved taking pictures to capture the moments with family and friends. Ruby worked and retired from John Harland, a company she loved being a part of.

She is survived by her brother Sam Bunch, her sister Ida Bunch, grandchildren Kristina Skelley, Robyn Sideris, and Jennifer Mooney. Her great grandchildren, Thomas, Bailey and Carter Skelley. George and Aunamina Sideris and Jalia Maxey. She was preceded in death by her sister Genevieve Bunch, her beloved daughter Vicki Mooney and her dog Fancy.

There will be a graveside service on Thursday, April 28, 2022 at New Hope United Methodist Church located at 1691 Shulerville Road Jamestown, SC 29453. Wages & Sons Funeral Home of Lawrenceville GA are preparing and providing transportation and Dial Murray of Moncks Corner will be handling the service in SC.

Services

Interment: April 28, 2022 2:00 pm - April 28, 2022 2:30 pm

New Hope United Methodist Church Cemetery
1691 Shulerville Road
Jamestown, SC 29453


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  1. CandleImageRuby was a very special friend whom I’ve known for over 40 years. She was a loving, kind person with a great sense of style and a wonderful smile. Ruby was part of a circle of friends who grew close and kept in touch over the many years we’ve known one other. Her ready laugh and kind spirit will be sorely missed. She was a one in a million personality. RIP sweet friend 🥰.

  2. CandleImageI got my love for dancing, concerts and laying out from Mommie Ruby. She gor to see her Braves bring home another World Series which she was so excited for. She will be missed so much. ❤❤

  3. CandleImageAlthough I been away and it’s been a while; I think about Ruby now and then and I will not stop. I’m glad I got to share a part of life with Ruby.

    I find myself still thinking about the time Ruby mixed up Clay Aiken with Clay(a character) from a tv show. It is a good memory that was amplified by everyone laughing at the shock on Rubys face. Something I will never forget.

    You were always nice, kind, and sweet when I visited. Thank you for passing through my life. I will always remember you. Thanks for the memories Gigi.

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