- According to Ruby's son Craig, the animator died of natural causes at his home on Wednesday, August 26
- Until his death Ruby was the co-founder of production company Ruby-Spears
- Ruby also served in the US Army before meeting meeting Ruby-Spears co-founder Spears
Scooby-Doo' animation co-creator Joe Ruby is dead.
The animation writer and TV executive who co-created the famous cartoon series died Wednesday in Westlake Village, CA.
News about his death was confirmed by the animator's son Craig who said he died of natural causes.
According to a report by Fox News, the old man died at the age of 87.
Until his death Ruby was the co-founder of production company Ruby-Spears.
The talented man who teamed up with with Ken Spears to create Dynomutt, Dog Wonder and Jabberjaw was born on March 30, 1933 in Los Angeles.
Ruby also served in the US Army before meeting meeting Ruby-Spears co-founder Spears.
In other news, multiple award-winning gospel singer, Joesph Mettle, has wowed his fans and followers on Instagram by sharing a 'couple goals' photo with his wife, Salomey.
The Bo No Ni singer took to his social media handle to share the lovey-dovey photo of himself and partner laughing their hearts out.
In the photo sighted by YEN.com.gh, Joe Mettle was seen wearing an all-black kaftan while his wife donned a flower-themed black dress.
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