Constance L. Button, 73, real estate agent

July 13, 2002

Constance L. Button, who sold real estate in Towson, died Monday of lung cancer at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The Wiltondale resident was 73.

An O'Conor Piper and Flynn sales agent, she dealt in Baltimore County properties from 1983 to 1995. She had earlier been personnel director for the Marlboro Shirt Co. in downtown Baltimore.

Born Constance Ramos in New York City, where she attended school, she moved to Baltimore in 1949.

She attended Colts, Orioles and Ravens games and subscribed to the Morris A. Mechanic Theatre. She also painted portraits and landscapes.

In 1973, she married Frank R. Button, an oil firm executive, who died in 1987. A previous marriage to Richard G. Ruby ended in divorce.

Services were held Thursday.

She is survived by a son, Richard R. Ruby of Westminster; a daughter, Felicia A. Meeks of Catonsville; two brothers, Richard W. Ramos of Caguas, Puerto Rico, and Rafael E. Ramos of Bradenton, Fla.; a sister, Blanche A. Vickers of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; and four grandchildren.

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