Obituaries

Evangelist Ruth P. Mallory

July 19,1927 - November 19,2018

Obituary for Evangelist Ruth P. Mallory

A TIME TO BE BORN
Ruth Pearl Mallory was born to the late Arthur William and Mary Annie Yancey on July 19, 1927 in Bumpass, VA (Louisa County). She was the fourth of seven children all of who preceded her in death: Lewis A. Yancey, Virginia A. Chapple, Elsie Upshur, Arthur C. Yancey, Dannie Yancey, Dorothy Jackson, and Marie Collins.

A TIME FOR EVERY PURPOSE UNDER THE HEAVENS
Ruth was married to the late William Arthur Mallory for 63 his death in January 2012. To this union five children were born: Sandra Winston (Douglas) Montpelier, Ronald Mallory (Earline) Mineral, VA; Elder Patricia Banks (Kenneth) N. Chesterfield; Rev. William Mallory (Delores) Richmond, VA; Jerry Mallory (Evangelist Doris Mallory) both deceased. Ruth, Nanny as the grand- children called her, has ten loving grands: Katurah B. Lewis, Christopher Mallory, Anitra B. Massie, Shannen W. Lucky, Eric Banks, Ryan Mallory, Eric Banks, Jamie Mallory, Ronald Mallory, Jr., Shanika Mallory; one deceased, LaShell Mallory-Athey; two sisters-in-law, Lucy Mallory and Ruby Yancey. She has 17 great grandchildren and 1 step grandson and one step great-grandson. Ruth has a lot of relatives, all of whom were special to her, and friends - of whom 4 are special: Lucy Mallory, Lois Ann Graves, Lucille Pryor and Bernadine Henson.

She joined Mt. Zion Baptist Church at an early age, and later moved her name to Mt. Olivet Baptist Church to join her husband and children. Ruth was very active at Mt. Olivet Baptist Church; she belonged to every auxiliary and singing group, with the exception of the usher board and men’s groups. Ruth P. Mallory loved, loved, loved church, and you could find her at any one of them if the doors were open or if someone invited her to go with them - as recently as the week before she became ill. This was a women of God who was on the go!

Our mother was mother to many, and was the hairdresser to most of the Mallorys and Yanceys, back in the day. Ruth did domestic work until she joined the staff at Louisa Manufacturing Factory in Louisa, Virginia, where she worked as a floor worker and later as cutter for 26 years before she retired. Ruth was called to preach the Word in Ministry on May 10, 2003 through a divine experience she likens unto Jonah and the Whale. She attended Virginia University of Lynchburg, Virginia and received her Ministerial Certificate on May 10, 2003. She received her Certificate of License to preach the Gospel Ministry from Mt. Olivet Baptist Church on September 3, 2005. Ruth preached the gospel in season, out of season, and according to her and what we’ve heard and or witnessed her do, was to preach the Roman Road to many of the men who frequented Daddy’s spot under the big oak tree and would come running to her begging to be saved before they died. Ruth had a hot touch through anointing, and could bring healing to your body, soul, and mind

A TIME TO DIE

Our mother was the strongest and most determined person we knew. She was a warrior on all sorts of levels, even in death. The night before she died, we witnessed her ministering to the angels or someone in her room. She’d had a very restless night and day and could not be comforted. We could only hear the compassion and softness in her voice; it was so gentle and reassuring. We wanted to go in to see who it or they were, but were advised her against it because it was not meant for us to hear or to understand. Ruth met with God a short time after that around 11p.m. Though it saddened her, she let Sandra know she would not be here to celebrate her birthday with her in December.

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May the Father of tender mercies and the God of all comfort be with you during this difficult time (1 Corinthians 1:3). I will truly miss her.
- Mildred Anderson
Rev. Mallory and the Mallory family with deepest sympathy to you and your family continue to hold to God\\' Loving hands and he will comfort you in your hour of need.
Minnie Carter and family













- Minnie S. Carter
gay williams lit a candle for Evangelist Ruth P. Mallory
- gay williams
Fredricka Mallory lit a candle for Rev. Ruth Mallory
- Fredricka Mallory
To the Family of Aunt Ruth , we know that Aunt Ruth have live her life and now she is in the arm of the Lord. because the bible say\\"
For we know that if our earthly house of this tabernacle were dissolved, we have a building of God, an house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens. \\"
Praying for comfort to the family.
- Rev. & Mrs. Cleveland R. Mallory
Leatrice Pace lit a candle for Evangelist Ruth P. Mallory
- Leatrice Pace
Rev. Mallory - You have my heartfelt sympathy at this difficult time. I hope that you can find some comfort in knowing prayers are being lifted for you and your siblings.
- Darryl Harris Holt
Frank and Velma Shelton lit a candle for Evangelist Ruth P. Mallory
- Frank and Velma Shelton
Blessing to the family, OUR family. We\\'ll certainly miss Aunt Ruth immensely and it\\'s hard to believe she\\'s gone from this side but she\\'s rejoicing in Heaven now. Heaven has gained a beautiful, wonderful, dedicated soul! RIP Aunt Ruth
- Greg & Gayle Wyatt
To the Mallory family. i send my deepest sympathy to your family in this difficult time. just know that earth has no sorrow that heaven can\\'t heal. I worked with her at Louisa Mfg. and she was a kind person and talkative person I will remember the good days . your friend and co-worker. Rosetta Washington Columbia Va
- Rosetta Washington
Reginald Upshur lit a candle for Evangelist Ruth P. Mallory
- Reginald Upshur
Circle of Love & Friendship Ministry lit a candle for Evangelist Ruth P. Mallory
- Circle of Love & Friendship Ministry
TO REV & DELOIS MALLORY,
My Deepest Sympathy to your family,The Lord will never leave you or forsake you. HE is with you always, my Prayers & thoughts are with you
- Lona Ferguson-Galloway
Alice Wyatt Martin lit a candle for Evangelist Ruth P. Mallory
- Alice Wyatt Martin
Will miss you. You were our aunt, but more like a mother to me and my siblings and cousins. Rest in peace.


Alice Wyatt Martin
- Alice Wyatt Martin
Wyndi & Jonathan Robertson lit a candle for Evangelist Ruth P. Mallory
- Wyndi & Jonathan Robertson
Roslyn de Cordova lit a candle for Evangelist Ruth P. Mallory
- Roslyn de Cordova
Dana, Bryant, and Allison Jackson lit a candle for Evangelist Ruth P. Mallory
- Dana, Bryant, and Allison Jackson
Offering my deepest love and prayers to the entire Mallory family and the Mt Olive family. Mrs. Mallory, was a gem musically in choir rehearsals and afterwards when we chatted about her family and life in general. Determination, dedication and being direct with a softness was her hallmark. She will be truly missed and always loved. Most of all, continue to thank God for His gift of your beloved mother!
- Jacqueline T. Snow

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