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Patricia Steinkamp Rampolla

March 21, 1933 – September 27, 2019

 

Service information forthcoming.

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Barbara McMullen

1 month ago

Pat was a wonderful woman and an associate of the Sisters of Divine Providence. We shall miss her sweet smile and her untiring work for justice!

Sister Marilyn McMillin

1 month ago

To The Entire Rampolla Clan,
Happily, I contacted recently to tell Pat how happy I was to purchase Mark’s book about his adventures with Zico. Pat responded as proudly as a mother could and told me that they had moved South to spend some time with John. It seems like a very few days ago that we wished her a blessed birthday on Facebook. Pat looked so great being surrounded by people she loved. As she enters into this everlasting life adventure, may you all be comforted by the memories of a wonderful wife and mother. My sister, Nancy, and I send you our good thoughts and prayers as you celebrate the life of a warm and wonderful human being.

Marise Hrabosky,CDP

1 month ago

Pat was a woman of action – of Prayer -of Providence. Grateful to have known Pat and experiencing her presence as an associate of Divine Providence. may God’s Peace surround all those she loves.

Sister Anne Winschel

1 month ago

My deepest prayer and sympathy. We have been touched with the energy of a beautiful woman , Pat. We give thanks for the gift of her life and for all that she did to make God’s Providence more visible in our world

Nuala Filberg

1 month ago

I shall miss you forever dear Pat, thank you for the wonderful lessons you taught me and for the example you gave how to be a good
Christian, Providence personl.
Much sympathy to the family and especially to dear Don!

Pat Montgomery

1 month ago

Pat introduced me to Bullfrog Films and to so many other top-notch resources. Without even knowing it, she was my mentor in being an active Associate of the Sisters of Divine Providence. She was certainly a valiant woman of scriptural rank.

Colleen Price

1 month ago

My sympathies to Pat’s family. I am an Associate of the Sisters of Divine Providence, from the St. Louis Missouri area, so I usually saw Pat at assemblies or Province-wide associate gatherings. She was such a kind, caring person, and it was a privilege and a pleasure to know her.

Erin Dowling Middleton

1 month ago

Our love and prayers are extended to Don and Family and we join you in missing Pat’s daily presence here on Earth. She was a woman filled with God’s love and Providence and lived her life in unselfish service to her family and so many others. We were so blessed to have her as such an active part of our Associate Relationship in the Sisters of Divine Providence. Pat touched so many lives!

Mark Rampolla

1 month ago

Hello CDP community. Mark Rampolla here, pat’s youngest son. Thank you all for your kind words. Pat loved you all dearly and being apart of your community was one of the joys of her life. Don is doing well and though he misses her dearly and we all do, we know she lived a long, wonderful, love-filled life, passed quickly and painlessly and as my Dad says, is now with someone who can care for her better than he ever could. All our love, mark

Sister Betty Sundry

2 weeks ago

Mark and all the family,
This message is late in coming and I won”t make any excuses. I have been keeping you and all the family in my prayers. While your parents were here we were at at many meetings together on many different causes and issues. We sure did miss them when they left..
I send you and all the family many blessings and peace.
Sister Betty Sundry

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