Virginia Ruth Hill Muth
February 1, 1931 - May 5, 2022
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Roberson Funeral Home Punta Gorda Chapel
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Thursday 5/19, 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Visitation will be from 10:00 AM Thursday until service time at 11:00 AM

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Roberson Funeral Home Punta Gorda Chapel
9416397500 |
Thursday 5/19, 11:00 am

Funeral services will be held Thursday 11:00 AM, May 19, 2022 at Roberson Funeral Home Chapel, 215 Mary Street, Punta Gorda, FL 33950.

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Charlotte Harbor Cemetery
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Thursday 5/19, 12:30 pm

Interment will follow funeral services at Charlotte Harbor Cemetery, in Charlotte Harbor, Florida.

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Virginia Ruth Hill Muth, 91, of Punta Gorda, Florida died May 5, 2022 at Harbour Healthcare, Port Charlotte, Florida. Virginia was born February 1, 1931 to the late David S. Hill and Violet L. (Peile) Hill. She was born and raised on her parent’s farm in Solona, Florida during the depression. Since there was no…

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Patti Cope Drew left a message on September 3, 2022:
Ruth was one of the sweetest and nicest ladies I ever met. So happy I got to read her obit and get up to date with her wonderful and amazing life. She went through a lot of the same things my grandmother did in Tennessee. Ruth was a very strong and very trusting friend. Thankful that I got to know her.
Jacqueline Ortiz left a message on May 21, 2022:
RIP Virginia kind loving friend of our family and Godmother to my sons. You will be missed, prayers go out to the Hill/Muth family our condolences.
Jacqueline Ortiz left a message on May 21, 2022:
Rest in peace Virginia, she was a loving part of our family and Godmother to my sons, prayers go out to the Muth/Hill Family.
Sandra Helt left a message on May 19, 2022:
Rest In Peace, dear Virginia. There is a special place in Heaven for those who honored and cherished their families, their friends, and were faithful in their beliefs, practicing them daily in their lives. From early days, Virginia developed an independent spirit, counting on her faith to and common sense to overcome obstacles and continue a productive life of service. We met Virginia through NARFE, locally a group of retired civil servants, which she helped establish in 1986, as a Charter member. Her attendance at monthly meetings was legendary, never missing a chance to be present and participating as Chapter Treasurer for many years. Virginia was a competent federal employee in her long career with the County Extension Service, improving the lives of many with her acquired education and practical knowledge to solve their issues. Virginia never considered herself as a pioneer of “women in business”, but she paved the way for others in an era when few women held respected leadership positions. Her life is chronicled in “The Women of Punta Gorda”, written by Libbie Schaeffer and published in 2015. I’m sure Virginia was met at the Pearly Gates with the words: “Well done, thy faithful civil servant. Enter and rest.” We miss you, Virginia, Sandy & Don Helt
Sushila Cherian left a message on May 11, 2022:
I first met Virginia years ago at a mutual friend's home and enjoyed her droll sense of humor and the stories she and her good friend Martha Ellen shared with me about life back then growing up on a farm. At a time when women were supposed to be mothers and home makers, Virginia had a College education, and became a teacher and later a business woman - quite an anomaly in those days I'm sure. I miss her - she was one of a kind - a "character". My condolences to her family. Rest in peace Virginia.
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