Jay W. Rinebolt

Saxonburg, Pennsylvania

Nov 19, 1937 – Mar 10, 2018 (Age 80)


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Jay W. Rinebolt, 80, of Saxonburg, passed away Saturday at Allegheny General Hospital. Born Nov. 19, 1937, in Johnstown, he was the son of Clarence Rinebolt and Sarah Maurer Rinebolt.Jay graduated from Westmont Hilltop High School in Johnstown. From there, he graduated from Indiana State...

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So sorry for your loss Pat, may God grant you and the family peace and comfort.

I'm so sorry to hear of his passing. He was the best history teacher I ever had...he made you think. I loved his War and Peace Class. My interest in politics has to be attributed to him. I also got to know his two daughters in the band in high school. They were such nice people that you knew they had to have such wonderful parents. Even my father talks about seeing him at church not that long ago, where he would ask my father how he was doing. (They lived in the same dorm in college.) ...

My deepest sympathy to Mrs. Rinebolt, Susan, Janine & family. Such a great teacher, mentor, kind, caring man ~ he will truly be missed by all. RIP Mr. Rinebolt.

My condolences to Mr Rinebolt's family.
I remember him well for he was my mentor as a student teacher at Knoch High School from Slippery Rock University. He was an outstanding teacher and have never forgotten all the advice and caring guidance he gave me to becoming the best I could possibly be in the teaching profession. I am eternally grateful and so fortunate that he was my mentor.
So sorry to hear of his passing.

Wonderful teacher, honored to have him.

For many years, Jay was the "face" of PSEA in the South Butler School District. He always encouraged us to do what was best for the students and community. He set the educational standard. It was my privilege to have worked with Jay for many years. My sympathies to Pat and your family. Bonnie Unks-Custead

Always one of my favorite teachers, I took whatever class you taught. I'm so sorry for this loss to the Rinebolt family, but also for the many people whose lives he touched. He will be missed.

So sorry for your loss Susan and family. He was a very friendly and happy man. Don't believe I had him as a teacher but I remember seeing him around school often and he was always cheerful and encouraging. Prayers of peace to all of you.

Had the honor of having Jay as a patient he was the sweetest and most grateful person you could want to meet. No matter how he felt he also had it in him to say thank you. Fly high Jay. My condolences go out to his wife pat and daughters god bless you all. It was great getting to know you also. He knew he was loved.

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