Ruby G Mungo

02/17/1932 - 02/02/2024


Obituary For Ruby G Mungo

Ruby G. Mungo was the ninth of thirteen children of the late Joshua Gill and Thedosia Banks Gill. She was born on February 17, 1932, in Kings Creek, SC. Ruby departed this life on Friday, Feb 2, 2024, at home in Charlotte, NC, surrounded by family.

Ruby graduated from high school in Blacksburg, SC. She then moved to Great Neck, New York, for five years, where she went to beauty school and then relocated to Charlotte, NC, to start her cosmetology career. After her cosmetology career, she devoted her career at Charlotte Douglas Airport for 57 years.

Her home church was Zoah AME Zion Church. She loved going to homecoming and reminiscing about the good ole days. She was a proud member of Great Mount Sinai Baptist Church, where she was actively involved in the Women’s Prayer Partner, Young At Heart, and TL Fraylon Ministry.

She was a loving, caring person who would help anyone in need. She loved her family and took care of her grandchildren, great- grandchildren, nieces, and nephews. Whenever people came to Charlotte, Ruby would cook them a home-cooked meal. She loved to go shopping and was a hat fashionista. Ruby especially loved her niece Debra, her financial planner who made sure she always kept her books in order.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Joshua Gill and Thedosia Gill; her siblings, Bobbie Hemphill, Joshua Gill, Hazel Gill, Alice Caldwell, Marcellus Gill, Richard Gill, Johnnie Mae Gill, Bennie Gill, Juanita Smith, Naomi Parker, La Eunice Gill.

Ruby leaves to cherish her memory: her sister Viola Gill (husband Tillman “Brother” Scott), her daughter, Denia Butler ( Richard Butler); her son, Rev. Joshua Mungo; Grandchildren Latoya Butler, Richard Butler Jr. ( Johnae Butler), Nathaniel Butler; Great- Grandchildren Jasmine Butler, Chase Butler and Bryce Butler and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Funeral Services for Ruby Mungo were held February 10, 2024 at Greater Mount Sinai Baptist Church, Charlotte. Burial took place at North Lake Memorial Gardens, Huntersville, NC.

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