Hallowell, Maine – Ruth Mary Pullen (Kittredge), 83, born August 21, 1929, passed in her sleep on Monday, May 6, 2013, at the Augusta Rehabilitation Center, after an accidental fall. Ruth was born in Hallowell, Maine, the daughter of Henry Kittredge and Lillian F. (Scates) Kittredge - Mooer. Ruth attended schools in Augusta, Maine and attended Williams School until 8th grade, and then at 60, she passed her high school equivalency test after attending night school at Cony High School, receiving her GED in September 1990. In that same week she got her driver’s license for the first time. Ruth worked at a young age at “The Hallowell House, also known as Worster House”, and later at Hazard Shoe, and Augusta Mental Health Institute. Ruth loved her dog Lucy; she had a passion for cooking, country music, search wood puzzles, visiting the Cohen Senior Center, and Mike’s Seafood for scallops, television, shopping, and a bargain. She was fondly remembered as the “Yard Sale Queen”, she was always proud to show off her latest bargain purchase. She had a kind heart and enjoyed visits from family and friends. Ruth was predeceased by her parents, Henry Kittredge and Lillian F. (Scates) – Mooer; late husband Robert Pullen; a grandchild, William Macomber; two brothers, Joseph Walter Kittredge, and Kenneth Kittredge; and three sisters, Dorothy Pyska, Jane McPherson, and Bertha Bollier. She is survived by 2 sisters, Charlotte Baker of Almond, NY, and Shirley Isbister of Windsor, ME; her 5 daughters and 4 sons, Sandy Townsend and husband Richard of Old Orchard Beach, ME, Edward Vinton of Randolph, ME, Gloria Monterio of New Bedford MA, Harold L Norton and wife Jeannie of Pittston, ME, Dawn Magee and companion Maynard Wing of Skowhegan, ME, Richard Vinton and wife Cheryl of Greene, ME, Howard Vinton Jr. and wife Barbara of Golf Port, MS, Joy Hadsell and husband Randy of Liberty, ME, and Ella Plaisted and husband David of Belgrade, ME. She was blessed to have 25 Grandchildren; 39 Great Grandchildren; and several nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. A time of visiting will be from 10 to 11 a.m. with a funeral service to begin at 11 a.m. on Friday, May 10 at Lawry Brothers Funeral Home-Gray Chapel, 207 Windsor Neck Rd. in Windsor, Maine. Burial will follow at Dyer Hill Cemetery in Windsor, Maine. A gathering for family and friends, after the cemetery committal, is planned at the home of Shirley Isbister in Windsor, Maine.