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Ramona Lee Morrow

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Ramona Lee Morrow entered into eternal peace on May 13, 2011, in her home in Davis.

Born March 4, 1929, in Twin Falls, Idaho, to Dallas and Marie Kinder, Ramona graduated from high school in Esparto and from Sacramento State University with a teaching degree. Her life was devoted to her family and working with children. Ramona taught school in the Capay Valley and the Davis area. Her life was devoted to children and her pets.

Ramona was blessed with four children: Tom Morrow and wife Amy of West Sacramento; Joe Morrow and wife Susan of Sacramento; David Morrow and wife Cass of Sacramento; and Anne Jensen and husband Niels of Woodland. Ramona had six grandchildren: Mark, Matt, Ashley, Emelie, Mollie and Erik. She had two brothers, John Kinder of San Pablo and Bob Kinder and wife Natalie of Lincoln. Ramona’s passing was preceded by the death of her sister, Mildred Rowen of Nevada, in March 2011. She had several nieces and nephews. We will all miss you, Ramona.

Graveside service will be at the Davis Cemetery, 820 Pole Line Road, followed by a celebration of her life at Sudwerks, 2001 Second St., at 11 a.m. Thursday, May 26. Remembrances can be made to the Davis SPCA in Ramona’s name.

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  • VivianaCastroMay 19, 2011 - 9:18 am

    Mrs. Morrow was a great teacher and she will be missed. She was my kindergarden teacher from 1984-1985. Viviana

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  • Shirley Kleinen ParsonsMay 20, 2011 - 9:17 am

    My condolences to Ramona's family. She and her family welcomed me to Davis when I moved there after college in 1957. Her mother, Marie Kinder, was my grammar school teacher in the one- room school in Rumsey and I have memories of Ramona visiting the school with her bubbly personality. My love to her family.

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