Douglas George Rambo Obituary, Death – The members of the Alert Fire Company No. 1 in Downingtown, Pennsylvania, wish to convey their most sincere condolences with the following announcement: Whereas, the Almighty God, in his infinite wisdom, has taken from among us on Tuesday, February 14, 2023, one of our beloved brothers and a Life Member, Douglas George Rambo, 65, who was always found faithful in the discharge of his duties and whose every thought and purpose was for the welfare of his company and department.
In light of the fact that he was always found faithful in the discharge of his duties and in light of the fact that his every thought and purpose was for the welfare of his company and department, Because he was consistently found to be faithful in the fulfillment of his tasks, it was determined that he was faithful in the performance of his responsibilities. In spite of the fact that we are mourning the loss that we have sustained as a direct result of our brother’s passing and are deeply distressed by his passing, we genuflect in obeisance and submit ourselves in awe to the Will of the Divine.
Be it therefore resolved that we, the members of the Alert Fire Company No. 1 of Downingtown, Pennsylvania, do hereby send and convey to the grieving family and friends our sincere condolences and condolences from the bottom of our hearts. We do so in the hope that they may find some measure of comfort in knowing that they have our support during this difficult time. Douglas George Rambo, age 65, of Leesburg, Virginia, who had earlier resided in Downingtown, passed away in a peaceful manner on Tuesday, February 14, 2023. Prior to moving to Leesburg, Douglas had been battling health issues for the previous two years. He was a loving spouse to his wife Mary (DiFuria), to whom he had been married for the all of the 43 years that they had spent their life together as a couple.
Both of his parents had passed away prior to his birth on January 25, 1958; Margaret Jane and Eli George Rambo were his parents. He was their son.
Following his graduation from Downingtown High School in 1975, he continued his education at West Chester University, where he received a Bachelor of Science in Physics in 1979, four years after completing his studies there and earning his diploma. In the late 1970s, Doug was an active member of the Alert Fire Company No. 1, where he held the positions of Trustee and Lieutenant. Doug retired as a Life Member of the company. In addition to that, he worked as a dispatcher for the Downingtown Police Department and Chester County Emergency Services before relocating to Virginia to pursue a professional career centered on the defense of our nation by accepting a position with the Central Intelligence Agency. He did this work before he moved to Virginia. Doug had already left this world by the early 2000s.