Ruth Alice (Boggs) Schaller, 95, formerly of Linden

Ruth Alice (Boggs) Schaller, 95, formerly of Linden, West Virginia died April 24, 2018 surrounded by her family, following a long illness. Born in Spencer, West Virginia on April 4, 1923, she and her twin sister Naomi were the youngest children of Rev. Anderson and Mistie Mae Boggs.

Alice was the last surviving of 13 brothers and sisters.

Her husband, Rolland (Ronnie) Schaller, predeceased her in December 2008.

Ronnie and Alice were married in Cleveland, Ohio at the start of WWII. After Ronnie entered the service, Alice moved back to WV to live with her family for the duration of the war. Upon returning home from Germany, he and Alice moved back to Cleveland. Alice worked at the Pine Ridge Country Club for many years and upon retirement she and Ronnie moved to their farm in Linden, WV.

They were both active members and deeply involved in the ministry of Epling Chapel. It is said that "fingerprints never fade from the lives we have touched." Alice touched many lives in her 95 years.

Family members would like to thank the staff and management of Kirtland Rehabilitation in Kirtland, Ohio for their kindness and care. Mrs. Schaller is survived by her four sons; David (Millie), Charles (Linda), William (Susan) and Terry (Karen); along with nine grandchildren and numerous great grandchildren.

Funeral services will be at 11am on Saturday, April 28,2018 at the Taylor-Vandale Funeral Home, in Spencer, West Virginia. Burial will be at the Clover Cemetery near Spencer. The family will receive friends on Friday, April 27, 2018 from 6 to 8pm at the funeral home.