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Jean Adele Rambo

Okemos, Michigan

Jun 12, 1929 – Nov 13, 2017 (Age 88)

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Mrs. Rambo was my favorite teacher all through St. Thomas. She took extra time and extra care of all of her students. She even understood my horse obsession and came to one of my horse shows. Wishing all of her family deepest sympathy. Cary (Gardner) Aloia

Mrs. Rambo was my mother's dear friend and my sister's fourth grade teacher. She was a most beloved teacher at St. Thomas - kind, patient, and understanding. She had a wonderful sense of humor. What a blessing she was to the St. Thomas community.

Mrs Rambo was such a wonderful woman and teacher. She impacted my life in a very positive way. Sending prayers for comfort! Julie Lindell Tadgerson (Wacousta, Michigan)

This is my beloved Aunt Jean, a sweet woman of strength. She was my godmother as a baby and my friend as an adult. Heaven's sounding sweeter all the time.

She changed my life in a way no one else could. I carried her in my heart through high school, college, and on every journey overseas. She believed in me when I wasn't sure of myself. She left her mark on so many. Now she can rest with Leo.

A truly wonderful woman and teacher. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. Tom and Barbara Cleary and family

A very special woman who taught our children more than what is in books...Mrs. Rambo was so loved...may she rest in peace...God Bless...
The Dillons


Jean's Obituaries

Born June 12th, 1929 to Joseph Cavanaugh and Adele (Taggart) Cavanaugh in St. Louis, Michigan, her childhood was filled with horses, dogs, and adventures with her brothers Tom Cavanaugh and Jim Cavanaugh. Jean had a passion for music and joined the marching band in high school, playing the...

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