Joyce-Rambo-Obituary

Joyce Reba Rambo

NASHVILLE, Tennessee

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RAMBO, Joyce Reba "Dottie"Was born March 2, 1934 in Anton, KY. She passed away on May 11, 2008 in a fatal bus accident near Mt. Vernon, MO. Her life was filled with tragedies and successes from an early age. She rose in stature through her artistic and writing career over 7 decades. With a...

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Reba and Family, you were so blessed to have Dottie in you lives. Her songs, her words proved she was very close to GOD. I feel so blessed just to hear her songs and words. If just a portion of her blessing would rub off on me or my Family, I would be so happy.
Yes, I could just see her going to Heaven singing " I go to the Rock" We all know she is heading to the
promised land, So say a big Hallelujah!

God Bless you and your Family.

As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life’s routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.

God Bless you all, and may God comfort all at this time of need.

Dearest Reba and family- I will miss Dottie so very much. She was such a dear sweet person in and out. I have everything she has ever recorded. Even as far as when you used to sing with your parents. My thoughts and prayers are with you and family~

will miss dottie,she was beautiful inside and outside.may god comfort you at this time. we were blessed to come and be a part of the wake ,way from chicagoland area. the family was very warm and lovely also!!!!!!!!!

love

Renee Dennis

Dearest Reba and Family: your Mother was such an inspiration to me. I have almost everything she ever recorded even back to the days when you and your Dad sang with her. Our Loss is Heaven's gain and she and all the other Homecomming friends in Heaven are now singing not for us but to the Lord they served and loved so long. My prayers are with you. I loved her so very much!

Dear Reba and family: I want to express how much the music your mother wrote and sang has blessed my heart for many years. I truly believe she is "Sheltered in the Arms of God" as her mansion has been built next to His. Thank you for sharing her memory to so many throught the world.

I am a personal friend of Pat Green's and she and I have talked many times about Dottie's ministry. Our loss in Heaven's gain. Praise God we will meet again.

Heaven's choir is getting sweeter and sweeter every day as we see our precious loved ones who has blessed our lives so many times with their beautiful gifts of song and music going to heaven and joining the heavenly choir. We were so blessed by your mother's wonderful gifts. She will be sorely missed. I saw her many times on TBN, Jim Bakker's show and with the Gaither homecomings. She was always a true blessing. You could see how much she loved Jesus. It shown in her eyes. Now she is with Him

Dear Reba, our prayer go out to you and your Dad. My mom ( Roena Good Moore) has told me many of stories of how they dated together, and went to many of tent meeting together. I can only say how very sorry to hear of Dottie death. I loved her song I go to the Rock.
I remember going to many of singing here in Nashvile to see all of you guys. We will be praying for all of you. God bless