Ruth
Asay, Ruth Helen a 51 year resident of Hawthorne, passed away on Tuesday, December 7, 2004 in Harbor City. Born in Morganfield, KY, Ruth was 67 when she died. Ruth was a member of Ocean Gate Southern Baptist Church, She is survived by Husband, Jim Asay of Hawthorne, CA, Daughters, Cheryl Asay & Patricia Czovek and Son, Jeffery Asay. Preceded in death by her Mother, Cordelia McCormick and Father, Stanley McCormick, both formerly of KY. Visitation will be Wednesday December 15, 2004, 2:00 to 8:00 P.M. The Service will be on Thursday December 16, 2004, 11:00 A M. both will be at McCormick Mortuary Chapel, Hawthorne, CA Burial will follow at Pacific Crest Cemetery in Redondo Beach. CA

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  1. Uncle Boyd, Although we haven\’t seen each other in years, my kids and I think of you often. Wish we could be there for you today, but all our thoughts and prayers are with you and the family. I\’ll always remember Aunt Ruthie\’s beautiful smile and that she always made me feel welcome. All our love, Linda, Francesca, Erika, Jake, and Angelica Keene

  2. Ruthie, My memories are of the many holdiays that we had dinner at yours and Boyds home in Hawthorne. I remember the big electric roaster (Westinghouse I think) that you cooked the wonderful tasting turkey in. What happy memories. Your smile will always be in my mind. I will see you at Gods house one day. Love, Barbara (aka Bobbie)

  3. Sending my love and deepest sorrows to my Uncle Boyd, cousins: Cheryl, Trish, and Jeff and their families. I will miss Aunt Ruthy\’s radiant smile and great sense of humor. Her home and arms were always open to her friends and family. May God bless us all who are left behind to cherish her memories. Love Kristi and family

  4. I LOVED MY MOTHER VERY MUCH, AND I AM GOING TO MIS HER VERY MUCH.VERY SPECIAL PERSON IN MY LIFE. THAT I WILL NEVER FORGET. SHE WAS MY MOM.

  5. My baby book states that the first time I laughed out loud was for you..There is no laughter today, only tears. You have a special place in my heart I will love and miss you always, until we meet again. With fondest memories and love, your Niece Brenda

  6. Jim, you and your family are in my prayers. You will miss her very much but, always remember she is with God and will never suffer again. We will all miss her at church. Sue

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