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July 26, 1926 - April 1, 2016
Obituaries » Annie Crawford
A native of Warrenton, Georgia, Mrs. Ruth received her wisdom, endurance, patience, and strength through the guidance of her parents, Annie Pearl Drake Fuller Armstrong and Charlie Fuller, along with her grandmother, Amanda Hughley Wright. Although she was an only child, she was raised with her aunts Jesse, Clara, and Sallie Kate, uncles Boise and Charlie, and cousin Ralph. They described her as vibrant and always standing up for her rights. After moving to Augusta, Georgia, she found true love with Mose Crawford, Sr. Together, they raised their eighteen children. Mrs. Ruth was a visionary and exhibited a strong sense of respect and pride. She is the epitome of what a mother should be and was able to transfer her love of learning as well as life’s lessons on to her children, her children’s children, and countless other children in the community. Her home was always filled with food to share, music, love, and laughter.
A devout Christian, Mrs. Ruth and Mr. Mose’s home was infamously situated across the railroad tracks of Beulah Grove Baptist Church, where she was a member for over 70 years. Mrs. Ruth was an avid student of God’s Word. She has an extensive and very impressive collection of spiritual readings and study guides. She will be remembered for her work with Beulah Grove’s Baptist Training Union (BTU), Vacation Bible School (VBS), Matron’s Circle, Senior Mission, Senior Choir, Food Bank and the Kitchen Committee. Additionally, she was an award-winning member of Beulah Grove’s Bowling League… view obituary.