On Jan 14, 2020, a powerful and influencing earthly life was completed by our beloved matriarch Ruth Ann Haug of Mapleton, Utah. In her eighty-third year, she gracefully crossed the veil of mortal life and returned to her Heavenly Home while surrounded by her three children.
Ruth Ann was born October 5, 1936 in Freedom Wyoming and later resided in Afton, Wyoming where she learned love of God, family, and neighbor (everyone is a neighbor) from loving parents - these values would drive her every action and are the hallmark of her life.
Ruth Ann attended the University of Wyoming where she met the love of her life Conrad Haug. The couple adored each other and were married June 20, 1959. They moved to Gillette in 1968 where she remained until moving to Las Vegas in 2014, and then Mapleton, Utah in 2015.
Mom was a teacher, investing many years strengthening young people as a speech pathologist in various Gillette schools.
She is lifelong member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints diligently serving community and the Church in many individual contributor and leadership rolls throughout her life.
Recognized as Wyoming Mother of the year in 1997, her example is a legacy of love, courage, strength for all who knew her.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Conrad; parents, William and Velta Robinson; brother, William Robinson Jr.; sisters, Okla Lifferth and Gwen Heiner; grandson, Kai Haug; and great-grandson, Gaige Dew.
She is survived by son Barry Haug (Brenda-Lee) Flower Mound, Texas, daughter Lisa Ann Dew (Brad Dew) Mapleton, Utah, and son Eric Haug (Jenica) Las Vegas, Nevada, 13 grandchildren, and 8 great grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held 11AM Saturday January 18, 2020 at the Mapleton LDS Chapel (970 N 400 E, Mapleton, UT). Services will be provided by Wheeler Mortuary of Springville, Utah.