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Obituary for Eugenie H. "Jenny" Rahmer

Eugenie H. “Jenny” Rahmer, of Upper Southampton, passed away on October 24, 2018. She was 90. Jenny was the daughter of the late Louise Tolle. She is preceded in death by her beloved husband Henry W. Rahmer. Jenny is survived by her sons Reynold “Ron” (Cindy) and Karl; granddaughter, Jaclyn; and many nieces and nephews.

For over 61 years, Jenny was involved in anything Southampton. In the 1960’s, she wrote for the Public Spirit Newspaper, was involved with the Southampton Jr. Women's Club, and volunteered with the Southampton Library. Jenny loved her church and assisted in starting a Senior Group, served as a Deacon and Elder, delivering church flowers, programs, meals and Communion to shut ins. Jenny was a Founder of Churchville Travelers, arranging many bus trips to various destinations. For over 20 years, Jenny was involved with Southampton Days, volunteering countless hours for publicity, decorating the fairgrounds and assisting in the 4th of July Parade formation. In 1998, Jenny was honored as “The Citizen of the Year” in Southampton. Jenny arrived in this country as a WWII “War Bride”, and lived in Philadelphia where she worked directly for the Dean of Temple University. Upon moving to Southampton, she worked with Dr McDonald and the Centennial School District. She is proud to be a United States Citizen, taking the oath in 1952. Being of Austrian decent, she was proud to be involved with the VE German Club in Warminster for many years, especially during the annual Oktoberfest and Lichtelabend. Jenny loved her family and always enjoyed getting together with friends and family for whatever the occasion may be. The family would like to thank the Aides, Nurses and staff at Glendale Uptown Home for their continued care.

Jenny will be laid to rest with her husband, Henry, at 10:30 a.m. on November 10th at North and Southampton Reformed Church, 1380 Bristol Rd. Southampton, PA 18966. A Celebration of Life for Jenny will begin at 11 a.m., in the North and Southampton Church, with Rev. Pastor Corstian Devos as celebrant. Reception will follow in the Church Hall.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in Eugenie H. Rahmer’s name, may be sent to the North and Southampton Reformed Church, 1380 Bristol Rd. Southampton, PA 18966.
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