RAMBO, Olive Elizabeth Baskin
January 29, 2014 01:18 AM | 1713 views | 1 1 comments | 16 16 recommendations | email to a friend | print
A memorial service will be

held on Thursday, January 30

at 11:00 A.M. at Mayes Ward-

Dobbins Funeral Home and

Crematory in Marietta, with

Rev. Michael Mozley offi ciating.

Interment will follow the

service at Mountain View Park

Cemetery in Marietta. She

was born on June 29, 1926, in

Marietta, GA where she has

been a lifelong resident. She

graduated from Marietta High

School in 1943 and she was

elected as Miss Marietta High

School. In 1947 she graduated

from the University of Georgia

with a bachelor’s degree in

Journalism. While in college

she was a member of the

Chi Omega Sorority and the

Mortar Board Honor Society.

After college she worked

inside her home while offering

her time and talents through

many volunteer positions

throughout Marietta. She

was a lifelong member

of Marietta First United

Methodist Church as well as

a member of the MAC Money

Investment Club. She will

be remembered as a loving

mother and grandmother to

her family. She is survived by

her son, Bryan Rambo and

wife Betsy of Rocky Flats,

AL, daughter in law, Sherry

Rambo of Marietta, daughter,

Beth Drew and husband Jim

of Marietta, son, Mark Rambo

and wife Georgia of Marietta,

six grandchildren, Katie Eaker

and Husband Rob; Amy

Rambo, Bryan Rambo, David

Drew and wife Stephanie;

Mary Margaret Adair and

husband James; Taylor Rambo;

10 great grandchildren; many

nieces and nephews. Mrs.

Rambo was preceded in death

by her husband of 63 years,

David B. Rambo and her son,

Tom Rambo. The family will be

receiving friends an hour prior

to the service on Thursday.

Flowers are appreciated

but those who wish could

donate to the First United

Methodist Church of Marietta,

56 Whitlock Avenue, Marietta,

GA. 30064, in memory of Mrs.


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Matt Flournoy
January 30, 2014
Mrs. Rambo was very kind to me over the years. From 1968 to 1969 she would routinely give me a ride home from Marietta High School during my 9th grade year. Mark Rambo, her son, and I were good friends our freshman year at Marietta High School. We will miss Mrs. Rambo.

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