Ruth White Fullmer Dyer 1918 ~ 2011Comment on this story
Ruth White (Fullmer) Dyer, age 92, a former Salt Lake City Deputy Business License Examiner and long time volunteer at the University of Utah Hospital, passed from this life to the next on January 24th 2011 at her home in Las Vegas succumbing to injuries suffered in a fall. Ruth was born on July 7, 1918 in Montpelier, ID. Parents Russell A. White (deceased) and Lutheria White (deceased). One of five siblings being raised in Logan, Utah. Brothers Glen White, Major Allen D. White and sister Bernice Currell preceded her in Death. Ruth married Leon D. Fullmer April 14, 1937 in the Logan Temple. This marriage produced three sons; baby Fullmer who died shortly after birth in 1939, Robert and Richard (now deceased). Leon passed in Oct. 1945 and Ruth married Harvey Dyer (deceased) on October 17, 1946 and that marriage produced one daughter Susan Ruth (deceased). She is survived by a sister Doris Strobelt (Wilford) of Henderson NV, one son Robert (Collean), and a step son Richard Dyer of Las Vegas. She is also survived by 15 grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren. Ruth resided in Salt Lake City for over 50 years where she and Harvey maintained a home in the Rose Park area. She was active in the LDS church holding various positions throughout her life. She was a member of the DUP and a 22 year volunteer at the University Hospital. She was very proud of her prize iris and rose gardens, which made her yard a thing of beauty. The family wants to thank "Silver Sky" assisted living, Health Essentials Hospice, the Doctors and nurses of CareMore and the staff at Torrey Pines Care Center in Las Vegas for the kindness and care shown Ruth. Viewing will be Saturday January 29th at 9:00 a.m. and the funeral to follow at 10:00 a.m. at the LDS chapel at 7800 West Alta in Las Vegas. There will also be services in Salt Lake City, Tuesday Feb 1st at the LDS chapel located at 1100 West & 500 North. The viewing to be at 9:00 a.m. followed by a service at 10:00 a.m. Interment to be in the Logan City Cemetery at 2:00 p.m.