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Rawnie Ramsey Fisher Obituary
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August 20, 2018

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October 26, 2017
Our families were neighbors at Tempe Camp in Mormon Lake during the summers. I remember the potluck dinners at the Ramsey's cabin. We would go with all the Ramsey kids to the movies in Flagstaff and afterward we'd drink cokes. We would sometimes have a big campfire in the evening at the lower camp. Those were some good times.
Joe Birchett
October 25, 2017
I grew up on a farm in Tempe. (It was out in the sticks then...) The only girl children in our family was me and my cousin Lynda. So, I always was looking for girls I could look up to as a role model. Rawnie and my cousin were mine. Rawnie was beautiful. She was so kind and had an infectious laugh (just like her mother's) and she could do everything perfectly. I loved being with Leo, Helen and the kids and those days have a special place in my heart. (There is a story my mother used to tell about Helen taking all the kids to the movie and when she dropped my brothers Ben and Joe off at the house , Helen was wearing a little cap with a propeller on the top. She had forgotten she had been wearing it with the kids. (I can see Rawnie doing things like this with her kids and grandkids.) I also remember being at The Ramsey's house and Helen's Kitchen. I remember My mother and me there preparing food with Helen and Rawnie and visiting. In later years my mother would tell me about visits with Helen and Rawnie and sweet Jimmy and Johnny. (OK, they are Jim and John now, but to me .................)Rawnie always had a special light in her eyes (Like her Mother), but when she spoke about her boys you could see her light up even more.
In 1991 Rawnie brought Helen to my wedding in San Francisco. That meant the world to me.
A few years ago, well now it's probably 10 years, Joe and I went to the Old Settlers Picnic in Tempe. When we got to the door, there was Rawnie. She said Martha! I said Rawnie! I hadn't seen her for so many years. She still had that infectious laugh and that sparkle in her eye. That was Rawnie.
Martha (Birchett ) Kintzonides (Joe's sister)