Sadaf Ruth Shaw

May 30, 1968 - December 4, 2022
First United Methodist Church of Monroe
Saturday 12/10, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
First United Methodist Church of Monroe
Saturday 12/10, 12:00 pm
Mulhearn Memorial Park Cemetery
623 Hwy 80E
Monroe, LA 71203
318-343-1511 | Map
Saturday 12/10
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Sadaf Ruth Shaw was born on May 30, 1968 in the city of Lahore, Pakistan. Ruth, as she was known by her friends, immigrated to America on July 3, 1979 along with her parents and two brothers. She started school in the sixth grade. Being intelligent and a perfectionist, she immediately became a top student.Continue Reading

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Sandy Wirfs left a message on January 19, 2023:
Margaret Roy simply made us part of the family due to our Bible visits every week. Having this promise of the resurrection firmly in mind, Ruth knew she would see her mother and father in paradise. John 5:28 We know we will greet Ruth when she awakens from “sleep.” How blessed we are to have such wonderful people in our lives. With eternity in our hearts, we are confident that not even death can keep us from God’s love. Romans 8:38, 39 May you be comforted with the brochure “Enjoy Life Forever” Christian Love and Prayers, Sandy Wirfs
Kathleen Tramontana left a message on December 11, 2022:
We are deeply sorry for your loss. Ruth was an amazing & beautiful person and always so kind. She was fun to be around and always so loving towards her family. I know that she will be well missed by many people including myself. I will miss her sweet smile. Kathy Tramontana
Laura Lambousy Mcleod left a message on December 10, 2022:
So sorry for this family’s loss. I will miss the friendship and love she gave me unconditionally. We would communicate one or two times a year after I moved and it was like we were never apart. She always made the moral and right choices in life and had a heart of gold. I never saw her hurt anyone or talk bad of anyone. We loved to just drive and visit and shop. She was a study buddy. We tried to stay healthy and walk but her and I were both scared of dogs. We got tired of having to jump in the back of trucks when chased by dogs. Even as adults she talked of coming to visit and made me promise I would kennel up the dogs . We didn’t have cell phones back then so 318-322-2812 will stick in my head forever. Lots of hours we visited on the phone. We drank so much hot tea and ate curry and roti. I was always treated as one of the Roy children and the love was never ending. Her family was important to her. My heart breaks when I think of the pain her children will have missing their mom. She was a great sister to me and her memories will stay with me forever. My prayers and thoughts remain with this special family. Lots of love , Laura Lambousy McLeod
Malcolm Traylor left a message on December 8, 2022:
John5:28,29 says "All those in the memorial tombs will come out."
Malcolm Traylor left a message on December 8, 2022:
So sorry for your lose of your dear love one. We look forward to time when sickness and death will be done away with[Revelation21:4].
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Lori French left a message on December 7, 2022:
Ruth was a giver in every sense of the word. I adored her gentle spirit. She was lovingly devoted to her sons, husband and a true friend to all. My sincere condolences to her beautiful family.
Kilpatrick Funeral Homes left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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