Ruth  Brenner


Ruth Brenner
It is with profound sadness
that we announce the passing of
Ruth Brenner on July 21. Ruth,
beloved wife of the late Albert
Brenner, had lived in Scottsdale
since moving from Baltimore
in 1965.
Ruth was the daughter of Robert and Nettie Meyers,
and had seven siblings: Mae, Irene, Helen,
Florence, Sylvia, Herbert, and Morton. Survivors
include her sons and daughters-in-law: Bruce
(Linda), Ira (Pamela), and Merrill (Nancy). Ruth
will also be dearly missed by her grandchildren
Nina, Tamara Tova, Devin, and Jeremy, and greatgrandchildren
Aiden, Amiel, Rivka, and Avraham,
as well as by extended family and friends.
Shortly after World War II, Ruth met and soon
married Albert. They started dancing together at the
USO, and continued that tradition throughout their
entire married life.
Besides raising her family, Ruth and Albert
owned Ruth's Nu and Nearly Nu Boutique in
Scottsdale. Ruth was active in the community, including
volunteering at the Scottsdale Center for
the Performing Arts, the Senior Center, the
Stagebrush Theater, and Scottsdale Hospital. In
recognition of her outstanding service, Ruth received
the 1993 Scottsdale Papago Rotary's Outstanding
Senior Volunteer award.
Special thanks are given to Ruth's caregivers and
nurses, and especially for the exceptional care and
compassion by the wonderful people at Central
Scottsdale Assisted Living.
Funeral arrangements by Sinai Mortuary and
burial at the Veterans National Memorial Cemetery
at 23029 N. Cave Creek Rd.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to
Hospice of the Valley.
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Kimberlyk Accurs
Aug 13, 2019
I dearly loved your mom. I was one of her caregivers and she meant the world to me. She is truly missed