Ruth Louise Fletcher-Cordell

Ruth Louise Fletcher-Cordell was born on June 3, 1931, in Fairfax Virginia. Ruth passed away peacefully with her family by her side at Sentara Medical center in Woodbridge Virginia on January 8, 2018, after battling a short illness of sepsis. For the past 23 years Ruth has resided at Lakeridge Fellowship House in Woodbridge Virginia. She was dearly loved by her family and friends and frankly anyone who came in contact with her. Ruth is preceded in death by her late husband Charles Cordell, her parents Daniel and Elsie fletcher, her sister Dottie Kingree, her brother Daniel Fletcher, and one grandson Jason Round. She is survived by two brothers, John and Carl Fletcher, four daughters, Linda Round (Wendell), Sharon Giles (Butch), Cynthia Delozier (Dan) and Crystal Haddix (Bill), nine grandchildren, and 14 great grandchildren. Friends may visit on Monday January 15, 2018 from 5-8 pm at Advent Funeral Services, 7211 Lee Highway, Falls Church, VA 22046 and where funeral services will be held on Tuesday, January 16, 2018 at 10:30 am. Interment at National Memorial Park, Falls Church, VA.

6 Responses to Ruth Louise Fletcher-Cordell

  1. Crystal Haddix says:

    Love You so much Momma!!! I will miss you forever until we meet again in Heaven, I know you were tired and ready to go Home with Jesus. May you forever watch over us and show us peace within our hearts. This is not Goodbye but I shall see you again on the other side. Rest in Peace our sweet Angel!! Love Always, Your baby Girl Crystal and Bill

  2. Sharon and James Giles says:

    We are all missing you momma but I am blessed to see signs from you since you are with our Heavenly Father. Fly high my sweet angel as you have finally earned your wings. See you when we reunite. Love you to the moon and the stars. Faith, hope and courage.

  3. Terry Freeman says:

    My dear Auntie Ruthie was a strong, beautiful, loving, sweet lady. I remember her being the best at doing the twist when we were kids and the best bowler on the Friday night league. After her stroke and paralysis, she has been so brave and strong and lived independently all these years. I will miss the twinkle in her eyes and her sweet smile. I rejoice that she is no longer suffering and that she is flying high with the Angels. I’ll love you forever Auntie Ruth! Give my Mom a hug from me.

  4. Barbara Giles Moreton says:

    A lovely lady who always treated and watched over me as if I were one of her own
    In my thoughts and heart always


  5. Cynthia Delozier says:

    Momma you were my Hero my best friend in the whole wide world and I love you so much and I will miss you terribly! My life isn’t going to be the same without you here but I know you are happy now no more pain and suffering and you can walk and run and fly and your with all of your family now.. fly high mommy until we meet again love your daughter Cindy

  6. Linda Round says:

    Dear Sweet Momma. I miss you so much it literally hurts. I am so sorry for not being there more for you. I am so sorry for not getting you treated sooner. You fought a good fight all those years, especially since your paralysis. I only pray that I can be as strong as you were for all those years, in my remaining years. I have always come to you in tough times and I will always remember the good advice you gave me. You loved me and everybody so much. You had a heart of gold and a spirit of a Saint. I know in the scheme of eternity I’ll be with you again very soon. Until then I will always be praying to Jesus and talking to you. Some of your last words on Christmas night were those of asking God to open the gates and show you the light and crying out saying over and over, “I want to walk with Jesus, I want to walk with Jesus” and you are sweet Momma. I love you with all my heart and soul. Until we meet again sweet Momma!

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