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Harold Ruck

Harold G. Ruck

Tuesday, January 28th, 1936 - Thursday, May 14th, 2020
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Obituary

Harold G. Ruck, 84, of Brodheadsville, passed away Thursday, May 14 at home surrounded by his family.

Born in Nanticoke, he was the loving son of the late George and Mae Ruck. They lived there until moving to Brooklyn as a young adult.

Harold married his loving wife, Adrianne (McGuire) Ruck in 1957.

He was a computer systems analyst technician for BASF for thirty two years before retiring in 1992.

He enlisted in the Army in 1959. He was stationed in Hawaii in 1960, moved to Queens, then Union City in 1962. Later on they relocated to Rockaway, NJ to raise their family in 1971. Harold and Adrianne eventually resided in Brodheadsville in 1994, where they planned to spend the rest of their lives. Harold will be deeply missed by all of his friends and family.

He was a loving father to, Thomas Ruck and his wife Karen, Richard Ruck, Lisa Pelletreau and her husband Kevin, Jamie Ruck; and a son-in-law, Jim Marty; a cherished grandfather to Shawn, Nicole, Tiffany, Amanda, Thomas, Ryan, Christopher, Michael, Nicholas, Patrick, Robert, Heather, Jenna, and Kelsey; an adoring great grandfather to Justin, Ryan, Amelia, Caleb, Natalie, Connor, and Cassidy; a brother to Nancy Keeke and Jim Ruck; an uncle to Ann, Bobby, Dennis, Kerry, Jenel, and Danny; and loving pop to Trisha, Jason, Anthony, Deb Bassetti, Angela, Joey, and Susan. In addition to his wife and parents, he was preceded in death by a son, John Ruck, a daughter, Deborah Marty, and a sister, Sarah Miller.

A celebration of life will be scheduled on a later date at the convenience of the family.

Kresge Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

www.kresgefuneralhome.com
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    H. G. Smith Crematory
    Address
    2120 North Fifth St.
    Stroudsburg, PA 18360
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Lisa Pelletreau

Posted at 09:44am
Dad, I miss you so much my heart just feels broken. I feel your love and that is what’s helping me get through this very difficult time! You are truly the best person I have ever known and you have taught me so much in your actions & your words. You always showed me what was important and what was not. You taught me how to be the best person I could be. You showed me that anything worth doing was worth doing it right. You taught me to have integrity and to always be kind. There was no such thing as a mistake, it was just something to learn by. I could never go back only forward and to take all of my lessons with me. The love that you showed me was the most important gift that you could’ve ever given to me. I try to always show it as a daughter, sister, wife & mother. I owe you everything that I am & I will always try to make you proud. I love you so much and I know I will carry that love with me every day for the rest of my life. Rest easy Pop. ❤️
Love, Lee
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Thomas Ruck

Posted at 04:35pm
Dad, Going to miss you a whole bunch, and the what do I owe this visit for every time I came to the house and the way you answered the phone yelling HELLO. Going to miss the EASY when I left to go out or go home from your house. You taught me to be respectful which has made me the man and dad that I am today and from what people have told me and my Honey we have passed it on to our children your Grand children. You taught me about cars, wiring, patching the holes in the walls from when I got mad, hanging a door after IT some how broke and computers. I remember waiting for you every night after you worked two and three jobs to provide for us and there were a lot of us. Really Really going to MISS you POP. Love Ya.
Tom
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